Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit - Switch
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- Experience a Nintendo Labo twist on VR: social, family-friendly games; creative, enriching DIY activities; tactile play experiences; and immersion without isolation
- The Nintendo Labo: VR Kit includes more games and creations than any other Nintendo Labo kit to date
- With Toy-Con Garage and Toy-Con Garage VR—the intuitive and interactive programming tools included in this kit’s packed-in software—the possibilities of Nintendo Labo become almost limitless
- This is the newest kit in the Nintendo Labo line, which also includes the Nintendo Labo: Robot Kit, Nintendo Labo: Variety Kit, and Nintendo Labo: Vehicle Kit. Kits are designed to be stand-alone experiences and can be enjoyed in any order
- Each creation’s main building component is specially engineered, pre-cut cardboard that’s designed to be durable, versatile, and easily customizable. All other parts needed to complete each creation are included—no glue, tape, or scissors required
- Customize your creations with stickers, markers, paint, and other crafting materials (sold separately)
- Nintendo Switch—Nintendo’s versatile gaming system—transforms from home console to handheld system in a snap so you can enjoy a wide and ever-growing catalog of games and experiences together anytime, anywhere
- Restrict display of VR images for children 6 and under by accessing the in-game settings using the goggles icon
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Each creation’s main building component is specially engineered, pre-cut cardboard that’s designed to be durable, versatile, and easily customizable.
Experience a Nintendo Labo twist on VR: social, family-friendly games; creative, enriching DIY activities; tactile play experiences; and immersion without isolation.
With Toy-Con Garage and Toy-Con Garage VR—the intuitive and interactive programming tools included in this kit’s packed-in software—the possibilities of Nintendo Labo become almost limitless.
Introducing the most immersive, robust Nintendo Labo kit to date—this one combines DIY fun, pass-and-play multiplayer, and family-friendly play with the magic of VR gaming, and includes programming tools you can use to create your very own VR games and experiences! Just add your Nintendo Switch console and its Joy-Con controllers to feel your creations come to life as you and your family blast through an alien invasion, create 3D works of art, dive into an oceanic photo safari, soar atop a bird, and go wherever else your imagination takes you. There’s more for you and your family to make, play, and discover together than ever before. All required materials are included, and the packed-in software provides interactive build instructions, quick-play VR games, and more. Get ready for hours of engaging, inspiring, and enriching DIY family fun!
NOTE: This information corresponds to the full Nintendo Labo: VR Kit package. For information about other package options, including the Starter Set and Expansion Sets, please visit labo.nintendo.com.
The Nintendo Labo: VR Kit includes a variety of creations to Make, Play, and Discover: Toy-Con VR Goggles, Toy-Con Blaster, Toy-Con Elephant, Toy-Con Camera, Toy-Con Bird, and more. Make cardboard controllers called Toy-Con, and then use your creations to play the software’s variety of fun, immersive games. Sharing the fun is as easy as passing Toy-Con creations from one player to the next; there’s no head strap or complicated equipment to get in your way. Interacting with creations translates into in-game actions to create a truly immersive experience—from firing your Blaster to flapping your Bird’s wings—and each creation enhances the sense of immersion with real-world sensations like movement resistance, sounds, and gusts of wind. Discover how your creations work with the Nintendo Switch technology through handy tutorials, and when you’re ready to try making something uniquely yours, use the software’s intuitive, interactive Toy-Con Garage and Toy-Con Garage VR programming tools to explore new ways to play with your creations, invent new ones, and even make your own quick-play VR games!
Restrict display of VR images for children 6 and under by accessing the in-game settings using the goggles icon. Nintendo Switch system required (sold separately). Use of multiple systems shown with use of a single Toy-Con VR Kit. Parental supervision recommended.
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I have had around 9 adults and 4 kids try the VR, blaster and camera. They have all been a hit. I know about the age thing for kids but my 2 year old loves the under water camera with out the goggles. A lot of the people that tried the Blaster was a amazed. Most of them experienced VR for the first time. Some of them wouldn't put it down. Hopefully some makers or Nintendo will create a full plastic blaster. I'm also wondering if Nintendo is going to allow indie developers to create games for VR. Hopefully we will see some first person shooter games using labo VR in the near future.
The Blaster requires that you pump the barrel and then a mechanism of cardboard and rubber bands locks into place like you loaded the weapon. Once you push the fire button, the mechanism releases with a satisfying pop.
The bird is another interesting creation. It looks ridiculous but truly adds to the immersion of the included game. It’s a short but memorable experience. You play a bird flying around collecting other birds to fly along side you. You hold the Bird Toycon to your face and push it down to make the virtual bird flap its wings to fly. That part I was expecting. The part that caught me off guard was the wings on the physical toy flap along as you play. This causes a small fan of air to blow in your face to further add to the feeling of flight.
The downside to the Labo VR kit is that the screen can get blurry, especially anything off in the distance. The field of view is limited.
The games, although short are really fun and accessible, and that more than makes up for the flaws.