Nintendo’s Labo is so incredibly creative it might just work

I have no shame in admitting I’m a Nintendo fanboy. Nintendo consoles are the first connected to my TV every generation, and creative approaches to gaming like Labo are the reason why. If you haven’t been following, Labo is Nintendo’s zany idea to use cardboard cutouts to build elaborate, game-specific accessories. Remember Google Cardboard? It’s kind of like that, on steroids. I was able to experience 6 of these accessories, dubbed Toy-Cons, at an event in New York: A slow-moving RC car A fishing rod A mini Piano A motorcycle handle A ‘house’ complete with several minigames An exosuit that…

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