Did you ever press the Nintendo Switch against your face until your arms grew tired? Well, now you can pay $ 80 for it. Nintendo strapless VR kits will be released on April 1
Let us fall behind a bit. If you have not heard before, Nintendo's super fun Labo kits like mini-engineering and programming games When you open the Labo kit for the first time, you pull out a stack of stencil boxes. But then you put the cardboard together (according to the instructions), and in the end land planes, steering wheels, pianos and fishing poles, with which you can play AR games.
Nintendo goes one step further with VR Labo kits. They are not like normal VR headsets, they are like elephant trunks, rocket rifles and cameras. When you "wear" these Labo VR headsets, you look like a creature with a rifle or someone with a birdhouse on their heads. Even stranger is that they have no headbands, that they have handles (like the handles of a weapon or the lens of a SLR camera). That sounds really neat, because every parent wants their kid to turn around in the room with a $ 300 tablet and a cardboard cardboard elephant mask.
Speaking of money: The complete Labo VR kit costs $ 80. To be honest, that's not a bad deal. The full kit includes 6 VR headsets, giving you 6 time-consuming construction projects and games for $ 14 each. And since you can program the Labo kits yourself in "Garage" mode, the possibilities are technically unlimited. Of course, you can opt for the cheaper $ 40 VR Goggles and Blaster Starter Kit and purchase the $ 20 Expansion Packs Camera and Elephant or Bird and Wind Pedal at your discretion.
ridiculous and weird, it's probably pretty funny. The other Labo kits (which are just as ridiculous) are really good additions to the Nintendo Switch program. When the Labo VR kit is released on April 12, all we have to do is find out if it lives up to the Labo name.