Nintendo LABO VR Kit Starter Set
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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, and this Starter Set + Blaster is a great place to get started that you can then build upon by purchasing Expansion Sets (sold separately)
- 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 a Starter Set for 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
- 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)
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Nintendo LABO: VR Kit - Starter Set (Toy-Con VR Goggles + Toy-Con Blaster).
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It's great fun and if you have either Smash, BOTW or Odyssey then you can play in VR on those games too. For the price it's just such a great experience if you've never tried out VR before.
I find myself wanting to make more toycons not just because how fun they are to use and see how they work but also how enjoyable it is making them.
The only issues are that it's hard to find a good place to store all of it and the resolution of the VR is a lot worse than other high end VR (which in itself is very understandable because it has to use the switch screen itself)