This has to be one of the most unusual third-party items ever released for a Nintendo product. Makes sense because Nintendo Labo is hardly typical.
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Nintendo's Labo launched with two kits in April — a variety pack and a robot one — but its third is arriving September with the Vehicle Kit.
Nintendo’s Labo came with a bunch of stuff you could craft, but fans taking part in a competition have come up with a bunch of new/improved designs, ranging from big red dinosaurs to solar powered accordions to interactive teapots.
The standard Nintendo Labo kits include designs such as robot arms, mini pianos and fishing rods, but some players have been able to use the raw materials to create other stuff, such as this steering wheel for a motorised wheelchair.
Over the weekend, Nintendo encouraged people to get even more creative with a contest for the most wild and ambitious creations. Yesterday, the company announced the winners.
We've already seen Nintendo's Labo play some serious music, but here's another example courtesy of The Roots, Ariana Grande and Jimmy Fallon.
Now that Nintendo Labo is out, people are doing cool things with it. Using the motorcycle Joy-Con to control a wheelchair has to be among the coolest of them.
Before purchasing Nintendo Labo, one of my concerns was about replacement parts. What if my kids destroy the cardboard? What if I accidentally sit or step on a Toy-Con? There's good news and bad news. Good news, Nintendo's online shop has started selling replacement cardboard. Bad news, it's unavailable to Australian customers.