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Who's willing to lend me their child?
at last somebody has developed an arts and craft interactive games,that is enviromently friendly! cardboard is 100% recyclable, no more plastic pollution! this is also good for school projects to get involved with, props to nintendo! they are not scared to look outside the box! no pun intendoed!!! the piano has a record button on the far right,and play and pause,on the left and stop at the top! so you must be able to save and post your own creations!! and also they show a camera!! so pokemon snap is deffo a possibilty
Brilliant idea. It gives some opportunities too make new stuff and is also taking care of our environment, because it's made out of cardboard instead of plastic or stuff like that. I do like the idea
Nintendo is running out of stupid ideas.
I'm a grown ass man and I want one.
"This is meant for kids" The 7 year old kids? or the 40 year old neckbeards who act like kids?
Nintendo stole the heart of Mr burns………eeeeexcellent 😂
$80 for a foldable cardboard cutout that you can easily replicate from an original one or just watch how to do it on Youtube… I’ll let that sink in.
Nintendo switch и так уже сделали из картонного дерьма.Вам мало что ли?
iam grown to be man, but i dont care i wanna play this tooi have money… i hope android in the future can play nitendo switch emulator
Widely bad for the environment, how many trees had to be cut down for this trash? 🤔
80 dollars for a piece of cardboard…
Nintendo owns gaming. Most games are 59.99 and most games suck.
NOT FOR KIDS U WILL NOT LAST FOR 3 SEC OR 11MINS MUM MY FISHINGROD IS RIP SO STOCK UP DUCK TAPE NOW
This is amazing. Nintendo is impressing me
If it was really cheap like it should be then I think it will work
I’m gonna call it right now and say that the patterns for it are gonna be online as soon as it comes out
How is it that all these tech and gaming sites miss the fact that each Labo kit will most likely include a game. Which from what I've noticed the AVERAGE price of games is about 50-60 dollars. So that would mean the cardboard cutouts would be about 20-40 bucks. I don't know about you but to me that seems QUITE reasonable.
Looks kinda sick. Whell designed