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The cardboard viewing piece is made specifically for the Switch. The optics would not easily work with a phone, probably not at all.
Douglas A.
· April 19, 2019
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I'm not sure what you mean by "game". If you are asking about the Labo VR software with the included mini-games then YES, the game is included. There is another Labo VR kit that includes more cardboard creations that you can use with VR but it is not required. There are also 3 other Nintendo games that are currently co… see more I'm not sure what you mean by "game". If you are asking about the Labo VR software with the included mini-games then YES, the game is included. There is another Labo VR kit that includes more cardboard creations that you can use with VR but it is not required. There are also 3 other Nintendo games that are currently compatible with this VR set. Those games are Super Mario Odyssey and Legend Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Super Smash Bros Ultimate, all 3 sold separately. I hope that helps. see less I'm not sure what you mean by "game". If you are asking about the Labo VR software with the included mini-games then YES, the game is included. There is another Labo VR kit that includes more cardboard creations that you can use with VR but it is not required. There are also 3 other Nintendo games that are currently compatible with this VR set. Those games are Super Mario Odyssey and Legend Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Super Smash Bros Ultimate, all 3 sold separately. I hope that helps.
James Gross
· June 8, 2019
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Later this month BOTW is getting a patch to allow you to switch to Labo VR mode at any time, and Super Mario Odyssey is getting a patch to add a small amount of Labo VR content. It seems likely more games will support it, but that's all that's yet been announced.
Joshua J. Slone
· April 17, 2019
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The $80 one comes with more accessories to build and use with the software. Nintendo does allow you to buy those accessories separately, too.
Joshua J. Slone
· April 17, 2019
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Too early to tell.
Joshua J. Slone
· April 17, 2019
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From what we know from the announcment trailer:
There will be select mini levels, or rooms playable in VR for Super Mario Odyssey, but the full game is not expected to be playable.
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From what we know from the announcment trailer:
There will be select mini levels, or rooms playable in VR for Super Mario Odyssey, but the full game is not expected to be playable.

However, in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild the entire game is reportedly playable, with a few minor drawbacks as story cut scenes either are skipped or unable to be viewed in VR mode.

Both games will receive this update for free before the end of April.

No other Nintendo games have been announced to have free (or paid) VR updates, but I expect if VR is well received more games will have additional content, to near full compatibility added in the future. see less
From what we know from the announcment trailer:
There will be select mini levels, or rooms playable in VR for Super Mario Odyssey, but the full game is not expected to be playable.

However, in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild the entire game is reportedly playable, with a few minor drawbacks as story cut scenes either are skipped or unable to be viewed in VR mode.

Both games will receive this update for free before the end of April.

No other Nintendo games have been announced to have free (or paid) VR updates, but I expect if VR is well received more games will have additional content, to near full compatibility added in the future.

Mark "The Giant"
· April 14, 2019
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It is only for the regular Nintendo Switch.
Andrew Patton
· November 28, 2019
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No. The switch itself is inserted into the VR goggles, pictured bottom right on the package. They go behind the viewer and the controllers are inserted into the blaster. The controllers respond to your motion, and trigger pulls to control the game.
JJJMc
· December 18, 2019
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Yes. My 9, 11, and 15 year old play with this.
amber
· May 15, 2020
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There are two solutions to this very troubling long term use issue.
1. Download and 3D print a modification of the 2 grey washers (that snap tightly to the left and right sides) so that a simple belt like strap can be connected.
2. Spend the extra money and buy, the AS of this writing, only head mounting kit modifica… see more
There are two solutions to this very troubling long term use issue.
1. Download and 3D print a modification of the 2 grey washers (that snap tightly to the left and right sides) so that a simple belt like strap can be connected.
2. Spend the extra money and buy, the AS of this writing, only head mounting kit modification.
I assume that the market will be saturated in a month or so with alternative solutions for attaching Labo VR to your head. see less
There are two solutions to this very troubling long term use issue.
1. Download and 3D print a modification of the 2 grey washers (that snap tightly to the left and right sides) so that a simple belt like strap can be connected.
2. Spend the extra money and buy, the AS of this writing, only head mounting kit modification.
I assume that the market will be saturated in a month or so with alternative solutions for attaching Labo VR to your head.

Mark "The Giant"
· April 14, 2019