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[PoTW] Are You Planning to Buy Nintendo Labo?

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Buying Labo?

Yes 506 21.07%
 
No 1,531 63.74%
 
Undecided 365 15.20%
 
Total:2,402

already preordered the Variety Pack.

I love arts & crafts ish stuff and I like the Switch so it was a no brainer. I'm in reality though, this just seems like something fun to me for a rainy day or two. I don't know about the chances of the cardboard actually lasting or do I really expect the games to be that in depth that I'll want to go back to them frequently. Hopefully I'm wrong and they're more than just basic mini games. (maybe some online play for like the racing one?).

I'll probably build the little cardboard things on a rainy day, play the software with the cardboard for a few hours, and then put the cardboard creations on a shelf. Idunno.

anyway the charm caught me. I think this is more of a cute gimmick type of thing and Nintendo realizes that, rather than something they expect to catch on with all Switch owners. it's just like a random fun thing. after all, Nintendo was a toy company to begin with so it makes sense that they might make random quirky more 'toyish' things to go with their systems 



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ihatefatkatz said:
Yes. But only for my collection. No plans to open it up and play it

Originally I said no, but your response got me thinking, would it be nice to have as part of the collection unopened like some other games lol.



 

 

i love the idea but i dont see it working out for me specifically. being in college i wouldnt have time to construct all the parts or have any place to store them once theyre built. Labo is as advertised, a kids toy, and im afraid i just dont fit into that demographic



Mystro-Sama said:

Not sure its wise to drop $70 on cardboard.


Yep because thats all you're getting, $70 worth of cardboard.........



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Won't get it. It's not for me. I think the cardboard will end up being more interesting than the software itself, though so I don't know how it's going to be received once released.



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I might pick one up for my nephews birthday, happens to be in april.



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No, but we're not really the target demographic. Still looks fun, though. If I had kids, I'd buy one.




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zorg1000 said:
Mystro-Sama said:

Not sure its wise to drop $70 on cardboard.

Yep because thats all you're getting, $70 worth of cardboard.........

What else are you getting then?



Mystro-Sama said:
zorg1000 said:

Yep because thats all you're getting, $70 worth of cardboard.........

What else are you getting then?

A game, you know those things that are typically sold for $50-60?



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