So, remember Nintendo Labo? Well, just in case (and likely) if your Nintendo Labo cardboard is lying around in a post-launch pile in the corner of your gaming space, it might be about that time that you dig it out and and start playing a few rounds of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe with it, thanks to a compatibility update for the game that’s out now. That’s correct, cardboard handlebars … Continue reading The Obvious Has FINALLY Happened: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Now Supports Nintendo Labo
Last week, Nintendo unveiled its “new interactive experience” for Nintendo Switch, called Nintendo Labo. Nintendo describes the Labo as a “new line of interactive build-and-play experiences that combine DIY creations with the magic of Nintendo Switch.” The Labo will allow Switch owners build cardboard versions of items — dubbed “Toy-Cons” by Nintendo — ranging from a 13-key piano, to a fishing rod, a bird house or even a motorbike. It works by inserting Joy-Con controllers into those Toy-Cons, and (via the Joy-Con’s use of multiple IR and motion sensors), players will be able to play games themed to the variety of cardboard creations. I must say, as someone who grew up making tons and TONS of things and projects out of cardboard, I’m extremely interested and intrigued by this product.