Nintendo Labo Variety Kit

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IGN

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7.6 / 10.0
Sep 5, 2018

The Nintendo Labo Variety Kit is a solid introduction to the world of Switch-powered cardboard craftables. It may get a bit tedious and repetitive during its laborious building and simplistic play sessions, but the creative freedom it allows once you dig a little deeper is truly something extraordinary.

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Essential
May 4, 2018

A mash of Lego and origami that is wholesome and unique.

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Metro GameCentral

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Unscored
Apr 24, 2018

The potential seems limitless and while Labo may not be a video game – and in that sense will provide little relief to Switch owners looking for something new to play – it could well be the next big thing. For big kids as well as little ones.

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7 / 10
May 1, 2018

Nintendo Labo is a great tool for learning and creation, but the games themselves lack lasting appeal.

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Unscored
Apr 23, 2018

Nintendo's uncanny ability to offer experiences that are so strange while feeling so good has rarely been put to better use.

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Unscored
May 8, 2018

In the case of Labo, Nintendo has made something that uses a gaming console in ways you'd never have expected. It turns your Switch into a toy. Do I wish that toy had a bit more depth to it? Sure, but the simple act of creating those toys is quite enough to make Labo something special.

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Erik Kain

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8 / 10.0
May 11, 2018

The Nintendo Labo Variety Kit is a great interactive model/science kit to put together with your kids. If you like building or tinkering with stuff, you'll like this. If that's not your thing, you might find it tedious. Not a ton of replay value, but the construction seems sturdy. Overall, a very unique new 'game' for the Nintendo Switch.

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8 / 10
Apr 30, 2018

If Nintendo can tweak the included games to make a more substantial set of electronic components, Labo will evolve into a near-perfect experience. The adult in me is totally here for that. The kid in me, however, just wants more fish to catch.

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7.5 / 10.0
May 8, 2018

Whilst the creative process is cathartic and fun, the games on offer will appeal to the younger audience, or the families who show it off at parties.

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80 / 100
Apr 27, 2018

Labo revives that feeling of "dang, that's nifty" by allowing you to build your own peripherals, showing you how they're programmed, and letting you tweak and customize just about every element.

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