Nintendo Labo VR Kit Pre-order Launched At Amazon

Posted: Mar 10 2019, 4:56am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 11 2019, 1:17am CDT, in Technology News


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Nintendo Labo VR Kit Pre-order Launched at Amazon

You can pre-order the new Nintendo Labo VR Kit.

Amazon offers the new Nintendo Labo VR Kit for pre-order on Nintendo announced the VR Labo kit early March with a $79.99 price-tag. The Labo virtual reality kit will be released on April 12.

The Nintendo Labo: VR Kit offers six new Toy-Con creations to build, including the Toy-Con VR Goggles, which combine with the other creations to allow players to interact with the virtual world through imaginative real-world actions. Fend off an alien invasion with the Toy-Con Blaster, visit a colorful in-game ocean and snap photos of the sea life with the Toy-Con Camera and so much more.

If the Nintendo VR Kit is a limited comeback of Nintendo into the virtual reality space. Nintendo made the VR Boy in the 90s. If VR is going to be a bigger topic for Nintendo again besides the Labo kit remains to be seen. So far only Sony offers VR console gaming with the PSVR.

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