"Feel free to tell me I'm nuts... but doesn't $70+ for the Nintendo Labo cardboard stuff seem incredibly expensive for something that's not that durable, especially in the hands of kids?". Two of them offer the cardboard sheets and software needed to change the Switch into a robot backpack, piano and much more. Ironically, these are the same things that were said about the Nintendo Switch when it was announced.
The kits are made up of modular cardboard components that can be built into various real-world items "specially created to interact with the Nintendo Switch" and allow gamers to "relive their childhood".
The Labo build-it-yourself kits are set to be released on April 20, 2018 with Nintendo offering two kits as a start.
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Although the presentation of its new project gave rise to different opinions, positive and negative, the truth is that the Japanese company has already won its first round with Labo because after the announcement it increased its market value.
Though Nintendo Labo doesn't release until April 20, if you're a parent with kids between the ages of six and 12 and live near either San Francisco or New York City, you can enter for a chance to attend a special hands-on event.
Nintendo Labo is going to be released in the United Kingdom on April 27, 2018. The cardboard accessory kits for the Nintendo Switch are insanely creative and a must have for Switch owners. For example, the instructions to put together the cardboard accessories may be too hard to follow, the Toy-Cons feel flimsy or get damaged easily, or the price point may prove to be too high for Nintendo Switch owners.
"This isn't something I'm personally interested [in] but I just love how Nintendo continues to be unique and innovative", tweeted Matt Martin. This is the mindset that led to the creation of Nintendo Labo, which may be weird but totally within Nintendo's character as a video game company.