Hope it comes with a LABO Support Kit for tired arms.
Nintendo gave kids plenty of time to train their ARMS for this
It's aimed for kids. Why on earth would people complain about it, considering that even if you don't own the Switch it'd cost you $339, making it one of the cheapest (if not the cheapest) VR experience out there. It's pretty much Google cardboard, but from Nintendo.
I don't know about you, but when I was a kid I was very disappointed with subpar experiences. Imo the best kid toys are those, that even adults think are fun - shallow shit will be forgotten about in days. Hopefully this VR kit is much better than what I've experienced with Google Cardboard (the app "Titans of Space" is decent, the rest.. not so much).
BTW you can get a 1080p phone with enough power for 80% of the VR apps + cardboard for sub $100.
Last edited by Lafiel - on 07 March 2019