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Nintendo Labo VR Kit - Japanese commercial and English promo video, plus hands-on impressions

A detailed look at the next Labo Kit




Stop an alien invasion, paint like an elephant, create your own VR games, and more! Nintendo Labo: VR Kit combines the innovative physical and digital gameplay of Nintendo Labo with basic VR technology to create a simple and shareable virtual reality experience for kids and families. Watch the full video to see what else you can do with the Nintendo Labo: VR Kit, arriving in stores on April 12!

Finally, a good look at what the Nintendo Labo VR Kit is all about! Seeing pictures and reading details is fine, but actually getting some footage of the kits makes things a lot more clear!

Categories: Media, Consoles
Tags: eshop, switch
Games: Nintendo Labo

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Oh man everything about this kit looks absolutely delightful. April is going to be a really great month for Nintendo

Oddly enough, I'm most surprised/interested in the elephant one. The marble game is intriguing as is the new "Mario Paint".

And as previously stated by others, if they don't do a Pokemon Snap or the camera set, they are leaving money on the table.

This VR set actually looks really fun! With prior Labo sets I though, "Yeah, I'd like to play with that for a little while", but the VR one looks like it's filled with interesting things. At least a few of those 64 games are sure to be a hit, even if the Switch isn't optimal for VR.

I think I'll be getting this one.

going by the games alone, i'm so buying it.
I'm worried about the onrails part, because I was extremely sick every time I tried to move even a tiny bit on psvr. It was a bit better with the two driving demo but still I'm not sure I won't be sick. Maybe the gust of air will help with the jumps.
If i had a ps4 i would buy a psvr and be pretty happy with it. It's 500 right now though. LaboVR at 60 -80 is no brainer to me. I just have to buy the elephant thing.

On a side note, has anyone else noticed that all of the successful Nintendo consoles have a gun peripheral? Like the NES had the Zapper, the SNES had the Super Scope, the Wii had the Wii Zapper, and now the Switch has the Toy Con Blaster.

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