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LABO VR Kit - Video Overview released

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Update: 

Video overview released

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOjcbdAU5Gw

 

Original Post:

 https://labo.nintendo.com/kits/vr-kit/

Coming 12th of April.

Looks like Nintendo has not given up on LABO after all.

The Starter Pack with the VR Goggles and the Blaster Toycon will cost $39.99

There are two expansions, each costing $19.99, the Camera + Elephant Pack and the Bird + Wind Pedal Pack

A pack containing all of the above is available for $79.99

Last edited by curl-6 - on 21 March 2019

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Round 3 baby!



Good little novelty thing, that still will do not much. Labo 3 seems to be best attempt.



 

Oh christ, they had to go there. Thes evompanies need to stop making VR look bad, cardboard was a terrible idea, he'll mobile VR in general was a terrible idea but this is the worst yet.



 

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I like how people are overblowing the significance of this. It's a cheap way to introduce VR to youth. The same way the Labo Garage was a cheap and fun way to introduce programming concepts to youth. This is obviously not a full fledged attempt at the full fat VR and how could it be? I think it'll do 1M+ units across all skus and be a profitable side hustle for Nintendo.



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John2290 said:
Oh christ, they had to go there. Thes evompanies need to stop making VR look bad, cardboard was a terrible idea, he'll mobile VR in general was a terrible idea but this is the worst yet.

Yes, because an introductory technology for kids is always a bad thing /S. Are you scared of how this will impact your adult, expensive technology kit or something?

Nobody is going to look at this and think a $2000 (PC + VR kit) VR experience is going to be equitable.  Or do you also think people would drive a crap car and think all cars are crap. Listen via cheap, crappy headphones and think all headphones are crappy. 

Cheap, entry level iterations of technologies do not in themselves make the overall technology look bad.



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LOL, Nintendo trolls everyone. The most hardcore of the hardcore tech - VR - finally comes to Switch... with the kids toy Labo.

Yeah well, I know it is only a small dabbling into VR, not a serious attempt, but it is so funny anyways. And if made well, I might even give it a try. Or not. We'll see.



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I see, instead on investing on more IP's, they decided to keep pushing with this cardboard nonsense........



Liquid_faction said:
I see, instead on investing on more IP's, they decided to keep pushing with this cardboard nonsense........

Their IPS are fine though, these small experiments are fun to look at



Liquid_faction said:
I see, instead on investing on more IP's, they decided to keep pushing with this cardboard nonsense........

As if Nintendo has never done stuff like this in the past with the NES or SNES. Or even farther back when they were as...toy company?