1/5NintendoHow do the Toy-Cons work?
I'm sure Nintendo Labo will inspire plenty of derisive snorts from "hardcore gamers", but given the continued success of building toys like Lego and newfound popularity of Google Cardboard and other low-fi "tech", its hard to criticize this move. We'll see just how much fun Labo is for the children in us all when we get a chance to go hands-on with it. The piano actually detects the keys moving using the infrared sensor on the right Joy-Con, while the RC vehicle moves by channelling the sensitive HD Rumble of the Joy-Con through the cardboard.
It'll play each note through the console's built-in speakers. Pressing the ignition button will start the engine and twisting the right handle will initiate the throttle. Plus, once built, you can customise your Toy-Con with colouring pens, stickers, and paint.
Two Labo Kits will be launched in April 2018, The Variety Kit and Robo Kit, both of which both contain different things to build.
You have to admit, it looks pretty cool but will this be a niche product selling to only a few or will this sell like hotcakes?
Toy-Con RC Car: Insert the Left and Right Joy-Con into your newly built RC Car and control its movement using touch screen controls on the Nintendo Switch console.
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Some of the examples given are a fishing game (where you build your own fishing pole), a piano (where you build your own mini piano), and a racing game (where you build your own handlebars).
The same can be applied to a fishing rod, and a robot apparatus that lets you control an in-game robot.
Check out Nintendo Labo in action in the video below.
Currently, there are two kits being offered come release on April 20th. The Nintendo Joycons can then be inserted into these peripherals to provide new types of "controllers".