It was foretold as “simple VR.” And that’s exactly what it delivers.
Nintendo elected wisely in using Labo to plot the company’s path into a virtual reality future. There’s previously a global market familiar with the idea of “cardboard VR” — and cardboard, of course, is the glue that holds Labo together — and the low-tech coming keeps the toll family-friendly.
Now, having actually spent some time playing with the Labo VR Kit, I’m happy to confirm: It’s good stuff.
Let’s talk about what’s in the box first. A basic $40 starter specified gets you the VR Kit software, the cardboard patches you’ll need to build the headset — which includes a hard plastic ingredient for the lenses — and the Toy-Con Blaster, one of several build-it-yourself peripherals that work in tandem with the headset. Read more …
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