Whether your thing is fighting or flying, head-scratching puzzles or meditative meanderings, there’s even more to see and do with the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit than the purchase price would have you believe.
There’s a lot more to make, play, and discover when Nintendo Labo: VR products arrive on store shelves next month.
Building on the innovative how-to element of the original Variety Kit and the larger-than-life transformative fun of the Labo Robot Kit, the Vehicle Kit combines pick-up-and-play racing and exploration with a trifecta of buildable vehicle controls.
Reading Time: 4 minutes When Nintendo announced its new cardboard Labo building kits back in February, GeekMom Corrina gave you the low down on what to expect. Not gonna lie: Corrina’s review intrigued me and scared me. That whole “the make portion takes time” seemed like something that my kiddo would balk at. Nine-year-olds are not […]
The ‘Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit’ promises brand new ways to make, play, and discover as you race cars, planes, submarines, and more on your Nintendo Switch console. Courtesy: Nintendo of America
Earlier this week, Ariana Grande and The Roots performed “No Tears Left to Cry” using Nintendo Labo instruments on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Courtesy: Nintendo of America
For the parents and geeklings in the audience, here’s a list of personal best practices, some hard-fought lessons learned on the living room floor with the ‘Nintendo Labo – Variety Kit.’
Last weekend I was back in NYC with another cadre of bloggers, YouTubers, and various media types; we were to be among the first to explore the new Nintendo Labo system.
Arriving April 20, Nintendo Labo encourages fans and families to Make, Play, and Discover using the Switch hardware and DIY cardboard constructs.
While its C-SPAN meets ‘Game of Thrones’ brand of political intrigue might not be for everyone, ‘Triangle Strategy’ is another outstanding addition to the Nintendo Switch library that strategy RPG fans simply should not miss.
‘Game Builder Garage’ is an innovative video game creation toolset complete with a series of pre-determined tutorials projects—some seven in all—to teach you the ropes.
The Nintendo Switch Lite is the latest example of Nintendo’s long tradition of stellar handheld gaming systems.
Thanks in no small part to a slate of irresistible downloadables, my family is currently building, battling, and otherwise bounding our way through early spring on the Nintendo Switch.
Purchasing a new gaming console requires research, so here’s a rundown of some highlights from the myriad of Nintendo Switch hardware, software, and accessory options available, including competing prices from multiple retailers.
Here’s wishing you many happy returns!
March 10th is all about Mario–it’s right there in the name–but this year, Nintendo is doing something a little different.
Nintendo-themed attractions are coming to Universal Studios Japan, Universal Orlando Resort, and Universal Studios Hollywood.
From the solid construction quality to the nuanced approached to Nintendo branding, the Vans x Nintendo Gold Console edition shoes easily satisfy both sneaker enthusiasts and fashion-forward gamers.
After painstakingly surveying Nintendo’s E3 output—all of which is available via the official YouTube channel—I picked the following moments as the company’s best of show.
Starting November 6, people can buy Nintendo’s budget handheld, the 2DS, with a copy of ‘Yo-Kai Watch,’ for a mere $99.99!
While I’m certainly hopeful that this iteration of the 3DS will eventually be made domestically available, I remain unconvinced. So much so that I went out of my way to import a New Nintendo 3DS from Japan.
This September, Nintendo brings ‘Super Mario Maker ‘ and ‘Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer’ to the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Fellow gamers, are you ready to flex your creativity? Are you ready to get weird?!
With only four days left until the Pokémon franchise makes its proper debut on Nintendo’s current-generation portable, the internet is a veritable Combee hive of excitement. (See what I did there?)
In my house, at least, this has definitely been a Nintendo summer. Starting with the June release of Animal Crossing: New Leaf – and yes, I’m still playing that one – the Big N touched off a string of high profile releases rooted in the company’s rich history of fun first-party offerings, with each reflecting the vibrant color palette of the season.
This week three more high-profile releases make their way to the Nintendo 3DS, and each manages to put a novel spin on an already established concept.
Nintendo Land Wii U may seem like a super simple demonstration of the Wii U technology, but for my family it’s become a place we’ve spent most of our gaming time the last few weeks and there’s no sign of …
With the release of the Wii U less than a week away all eyes are currently on Nintendo’s forthcoming console. Therefore I can almost forgive you if you missed the recent Nintendo Direct video outlining the stellar lineup for their …
If Mario is Nintendo’s Mickey Mouse then surely Kirby is its Goofy; he’s a distinctive second banana with a history and appeal that’s all his own, but still a character that’s been slow to break through to true icon status.
Let’s talk straight here, people. In gamer circles the term “homebrew” is often used as a code word for piracy. This certainly doesn’t mean that anyone who owns a Game Boy flash cartridge or runs custom firmware on his PSP …
I have a few confessions before I start the review: I don’t watch America’s Test Kitchen and I don’t usually cook to recipes. Which might seem confusing, considering this is a review of the DSi XL’s America’s Test Kitchen: Let’s …