Nintendo revealed their next big thing a while ago, and it's cardboard. Cardboard that's interactive and connectable with the Nintendo Switch that costs $70.
It seems pretty neat. Like the next ROB or NES Zapper. I'd buy it.
It seems to be a pretty good product.
As good as it may seem, I personally won't spend over $60 on glorified cardboard. I'll have to see it in action (in person) to be convinced that it's actually worth so much.
It has interactive features that makes it a more interactive experience than buying a terrible game at a similar price. Seems worth the price to me since it gives some incentive for a person that owns a switch to want to pick it up.
Now that I know I can buy my relatives magical cardboard as gifts, this puts me at ease.
Yeah, that makes sense. Something I found out, although I don't know if it's true, because I haven't looked into it myself, is that the right Joy-con's IR sensor will be used to detect what's going on in side the boxes. Of course that only applies to certain Labo games/products, but still, it seems cool.
I'd consider purchasing it if one of the games really interests me, but at the same time, I'd rather invest in a pro controller, or an extra set of Joy-cons.
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It does seem pretty neat, and I like the concept of it. I would buy it.