First Look at Nintendo Labo

Earlier today Nintendo teased that they would announce a “new interactive experience” for their Switch console/handheld hybrid that would be “specifically crafted for kids and those who are kids at heart.” After much speculation from from fans and press alike, we finally got an answer to just what this new experience is… cardboard.

Introducing Nintendo Labo, a line of flat-pack cardboard devices (called Toy-Cons), that you pop out and construct to use with your Switch. As shown in the video package released today, contraptions include pianos, robots, mech-style backpacks, a house and more.

Nintendo Labo will release in the UK from the 27th April and retailer at £59.99 for the Variety Kit or £69.99 for the Robot Kit.

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