Not gonna lie, I'm jealous of the teapot game too.
A classroom engineers cookie-carrying Labo robots. For science.
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"Your Fender Stratocaster is cute. Now let me show you a real guitar."
Don't be afraid to bang those ivories, Billy Joel.
Nintendo just wants more people to play the Switch, really.
Don't count Labo out just yet.
Switch owners love them some cardboard, but the real question is "What about everyone else?"
Here's how much you'll spend if you're too hard on these cardboard toys.
You don't need kids to have fun with Nintendo Labo. Or maybe you do.
Greatness from small beginnings.
Lose a Labo part? No worries.
You had me at "robot that transforms into a flying car."
Build your own Labo.
A cardboard-enabled port of Rock Band? Just a sword? Let us know in the comments!
Regardless of how you feel, the markets are pretty bullish on cardboard.
Nintendo Switch owners are probably sold, but what about the non-owners Nintendo's trying to attract?
Why stop at robots and RC cars?
Nintendo's new DIY framework might be opened up to third-party developers in the future.
With global warming dooming us all, a peripheral appealing to our D.I.Y. tendencies with little waste is probably a good thing.
Nintendo's announcement is something no one expected.
Cost of entry: One child.