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I think this has a better shot than Labo. It exists at the intersection of stylish, family-friendly game that Nintendo do so well and the peripheral-driven exercise games of a decade ago - so my guess would be there's an existing market Nintendo can target with this to help it gain some traction and gain positive word of mouth. It looks like a good quality product, too, with an appealing visual style and a nice variety of game modes.

While I don't expect a Wii Fit style monster, I think we're looking at something that'll be more successful than Labo or 1-2 Switch.