Nintendo's Next Big Hit? A DIY Cardboard Kit

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This whole thing is being marketed toward kids.

In an interview with The OP, Nintendo U.K. explained that Nintendo Labo is primarily aimed at players aged seven to 12, with a focus on bringing families together and making toys with friends, family, and siblings.

That's right: More than just cardboard construction sets, Labo comes with software to play along with your new creation.

It'll play each note through the console's built-in speakers.

Players follow a set of instructions on the Switch tablet's screen to create their Nintendo Labo accessories, which then are attached to the Nintendo Switch console and Joy-Con controllers.

The potential for profit is absolutely huge considering each kit mainly consists of cardboard and rubber bands, while Nintendo is charging upwards of $70 for them.

Can I customize my Toy-Con?

To dress up the crafty creations, the Customization Set includes stickers and stencils for $9.99.

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Those kits will cost $69.99 and $79.99 respectively, which isn't too bad when you consider the cost of most retail games is $59.99. This is clearly the kit to grab if you want to get started with a bunch of different games.

With Toy-Con House, players will be able to interact, play games and even feed a creature that will be showing up on Switch's screen. As seen in the trailer, examples include a small piano, a fishing rod and the handlebars of a motorcycle. And the release of games such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey only facilitated Nintendo's success amidst the debuts of other top-tier gaming products.

"We are excited to introduce Nintendo Labo, our new invitation for everyone to make, play and discover with Nintendo Switch", said Kamon Yoshimura, Managing Director of Nintendo Australia.

Toy-Con Piano: With this Toy-Con, you assemble a 13-key piano and insert the Nintendo Switch console and Joy-Con controllers in order to create your own music by pressing different keys.

Build a robot suit for your entertainment. The Robot kit lets you make your own robot, controllable via backpack and a headset that looks suspiciously like a VR headset, which could be part of the reason Nintendo has stated that the company isn't interested in pursuing VR going forward.

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