Take a closer look at the Nintendo Labo Variety Kit and Robot Kit.
There’s something super-endearing about Nintendo’s must-have gaming console getting a range of accessories made from cardboard, string and tape. It’s a uniquely Nintendo idea which looks as much fun to make as it does to play.
In fact, we know very little about the supporting software – although the Robot Kit game bears more than a passing resemblance to Miyamoto’s Project Giant Robot demo from E3 2014. The current focus is firmly on the Nintendo Labo kits themselves, and quite right too, they’re beautiful creations. Here’s a closer look at the kits announced so far.
Nintendo Labo Gallery
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Toy-Con Fishing Rod
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