Nintendo Labo


#1

I imagine this’ll get a lot of stick from certain quarters… But this looks awesome. Thinking outside the box… no pun intended. Obviously aimed at kids, but really clever idea.


#2

I really like the concept of that. Lorelai was desperate for a Switch for Christmas but couldn’t afford one but she is saving up £100 and we will put in the rest for her. Might be something to look at :slight_smile:


#3

I like the conecept of that, not only can you use the latter product for using the Switch BUT also teaches the kids some engineering skills. Prettz nifty!

I fucking love my Switch so far. It was a godsend for the long distance flight back and to Germany, as well as short bus trips. At home I can plug it into my projector, or just use the screen. I really like the games on it so far and can’t wait to get my hands Bayonetta 1&2, I love playing games like that on it, currently played more on it then my PC.


#4

That actually looks kind of cool. Great idea for kids. Should be cheap as well if it is just cardboard.


#5

51 quid including game. Not exactly cheap


#6

Really. Fuck that then, if they asked for 20 that would sound reasonable to me. It’s fucking cardboard.


#7

Would be incredible if they make the plans open source so everyone with a laser cutter could make them. Still, I’m probably too idealsitic. 50 bucks is pretty steep, I actually saw some of the kits going for up to 70 Dollars. Great concept but also a rip off for that price!


#8

That’s just what I read today. Now that could be the starter pack and then other cardboard parts could be cheaper.


#9

I read somewhere that the initial “pack” was quite pricey because it came with software and other bits… but the cardboard replacements were cheap(er).

Really need to make a cheap cardboard plotter so kids can make their own designs.