Nintendo Switch has become the fastest-selling gaming system, with 4.8 million units sold in the United States since its debut in April 2017. Those are impressive numbers for a console that costs $300 BEFORE any games (kind of important), and Nintendo isn’t ready to give our wallets a break yet. Behold, the Nintendo Labo.
Slated for release on April 20th, kids can build cardboard peripherals that work with pre-packaged Nintendo Switch software. The official site for Nintendo Labo seems to tease a feature for you to create new ways to play from scratch, but that part of the site isn’t live yet. Stay tuned!
If you’re in the New York or San Francisco area, and your kiddo is between the age of 6 to 12, you can enter a chance to attend a 3-hour hands-on session. What are you waiting for? Register now!