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Nintendo kondigt Nintendo Labo aan!

Nintendo was gisteren weer eens echt Nintendo: uitterst innovatief, en vol iedeeen waar echt niemand anders op zou komen.

Nintendo kondigde Nintendo Labo aan: een make-it-yourself uitbreiding op de Switch bestaande uit karton en elastiekjes, waarmee je je Switch verandert in een piano of je joycons in RC autootjes.Ja kan zelfs jezelf omvormen in een robot, die je (in VR!) zelf met je eigen bewegingen kan besturen! 70 more words


Jan 17: Release announcements

-The Men of Yoshiwara: Kikuya for Switch eShop is announced in NA and EU!
-The Men of Yoshiwara: Ohgiya for Switch eShop is announced in NA and EU!


The Nintendo Labo stuff is weird and...intriguing???

Nintendo had teased an announcement about a new game/peripheral aimed at kids and kids at heart.  What we got was the Nintendo Labo.

When I heard people describing it, I thought it sounded incredibly odd, but whatever.  121 more words

Video Games

Nintendo Labo Kits Are Now Available For Pre-Order

Nintendo recently introduced Nintendo Labo, a new line of interactive build-and-play experiences designed to inspire kids and those who are kids-at-heart. Together with the Nintendo Switch system, the Nintendo Labo kits provide a set of tools and technology to make DIY creations and play games with them. 63 more words


Jan 17: Release date announcements and update

-Gal Gun 2 for PS4 and Switch has an LE announced via Rice Digital Store in NA and EU!
-Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms for Vita is dated for Mar 13 in NA, and Mar 16 in EU! 19 more words


Nintendo Announces Nintendo Labo Cardboard Kits For The Switch

By: Tyler Miller

Earlier today, Nintendo revealed their new experiment called Nintendo Labo, and it appears to be one of the craziest ideas the Big N has ever conceived, yet at the same time, one of the coolest. 220 more words


Nintendo Labo cardboard designs will be 100% free—and not mandatory for gameplay

The new Nintendo Labo initiative came completely out of left field for most people—after all, what kind of strange timeline do we live in where cardboard is now a peripheral. 250 more words