“Imagine if we had this when we were 12?”
“Even better – we’ve got them when were 40.”
Yesterday, Nintendo had yet another announcement of their latest wacky creation – a system of DIY cardboard peripherals called Nintendo Labo.
These kits, of which there are a few, will be available in April of this year. They’re definitely aimed at kids (mainly), and even creatively-minded parents looking to think outside the box (get it hahahahoh I’m so alone) when it comes to gaming with their kids. You’ll be able to make functioning mini motorbikes, robots fishing lines, musical instruments, and so much more – and it’s all powered by the Switch and those damned adorable Joy-Con.
Each Labo kit comes with games to accompany each designs, which come alive when the Switch and Joy-Con themselves are fitted into the Labo constructs and fired up.
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