id=”cnetReview” section=”rvwBody” data-component=”indepthReview”> Labo may be Nintendo’s weirdest idea in video games ever. And that’s saying something. This is the company that created some of the most offbeat gaming concepts in history, from wildly interesting flops like 1995′s Virtual Boy to megasuccesses like the Nintendo Wii. ((For a look at the most recent Nintendo Labo VR Kit, read our review.)

Mixing papercraft, brilliant designs and 슈퍼카지노 a bit of programming, Nintendo Labo feels like a weird cardboard fantasy dream. Suddenly, the Nintendo Switch console can become a fishing pole, a motorcycle, a piano or a robot, 더나인카지노 all made of cardboard. It’s a Michel Gondry film come to life.

Arriving April 20, Labo is available in two versions to start: the Labo Toy-Con 1 Variety Kit, at $70, £60 or AU$100, and the Labo Toy-Con 2 Robot Kit, at $80, 인터넷바카라 £70 or AU$120. A Nintendo Switch console, which is required, will currently run you $299, £279 or AU$469.