Uma ótima idéia da nintendo juntar em juntar a simplicidade de dobraduras com jogos que podem ser controlados por sensores de papelão. Unindo o lúdico, o mágico com a tecnologia e a engenharia eles criaram um produto pensado para crianças, mas nós adultos também podemos aprender muito e nos divertir junto com elas, amigos e família. Acabei montando o piano e foi gratificante a sensação de tudo se encaixar perfeitamente... dá um trabalho bem grande, mas é uma sensação prazerosa de montar um quebra cabeças que interage ainda com o mundo virtual! Vale a pena se aventurar por esse mundo simples, mas que traz memórias de infancia ainda!
Mucha gente cree que es un timo, porque te venden cartón a precio de oro, pero no... detrás hay toda una ingeniería de innovación que permite una nueva forma de jugar y eso no se valora. Nintendo Labo nos presenta variedad con muchos videojuegos que son muy divertidos, el cual cada uno tiene una forma distinta de jugarlo y que además nos mantendrá muchas, pero muchas horas disfrutando, ya sea si eres un adulto o un niño.
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.
Nintendo went ahead and cemented itself as not only the oddball of the gaming industry but as the king of left field. The Labo has some great ideas stored inside of it and the experience itself of building the Toy-Cons was quite enjoyable – albeit a bit shallow in terms of some of the games.
The Labo Variety Kit contains five different builds, each with their own intricacies and eccentricities. While the introductory RC Car is a quick 10-minute build, the other four (Motorbike, Piano, Fishing Rod, and House) are much more involved.
This might as well be called 1-2-3 switch **** something because that's what it is: another compilation of minigames (at least the 01 version) that won't last more than 10 minutes with the enormous price of 70 bucks. At least 1-2-3 switch was 50, so what's the difference? The cardboard box of course, the most ridiculous and **** idea I saw in my entire **** I'll explain why.
The issue I have it's not the games themselves - I think they're trash but that's beside the point - but the fact that you're using cardboard boxes for making your tools which is beyond stupid for one simple reason: it wears out faster than a plastic tool.
You see, there is a reason why tools and accessories were made of plastic and were expensive: they were built to last and that's why they cost a lot especially if you buy the original ones. Buy a cheap knock off **** hero guitar and you'll see it breaking in a few hours/days, buy a chinese knock off of a steering wheel and it'll stop functioning: I currently use a 10 buck headphone and it breaks rather quickly but that's the quality for a 10 euro headphone versus a 60 euro pro-graming one.
This is no different: sure it's cheaper and fun to create them the first time but after that, the fun factor vanishes and it loses all the sense of discovery. You know why people enjoy building lego buildings? Because it also allows freedom of creation and you can make anything if you got the right pieces. Nintendo Labo doesn't.
And even if you take care of them they WILL wear out eventually: again, this is why game accessories are made of PLASTIC and not CARDBOARD: it's like buying a switch pro controller for 10 bucks but it's made of cardboard and you have to build it yourself. It's cheaper but **** it will break very soon, it's uncomfortable and makes you wonder why you even bothered.
With that long rant about the stupid cardboard box accessories, what about the games inside? Eh, they're mediocre as usual when Nintendo needs to cash grab and why I said this looks like 1-2-3 switch, in fact, I dare say only one is a real game with some actual depth (motorbike) while the others are just applications and software that aren't anything spectacular.
The RC "car" (looks like a bug to me) is a really stupid remote control "application" with really not much into it and gets boring within seconds- feels like a smartphone stuff than Nintendo switch.
The fishing game is again nothing spectacular but I can at least call it a game, which is something. It works and it's okay, but has nothing else really going for **** yeah it ****.
The Tamagotchi game is...just an expensive Tamagotchi game with some features that you need to physically put instead of having them happen on screen. It's ok but not exactly worthy of 70 euros.
Motorbike is probably the best of the bunch, mostly because IT IS an actual game with some actual nice features in it and it makes a good use of the cardboard tools. I think this could've been a great game if it was given more development time.
The piano is just that, a piano application with good amounts of customization but if you don't care about it it won't last very long. It's detailed but again It's not what I'd call a game!
In other words, of 5 games included in this variety kit, only one is really worth a damn and the game demands 70 euro for them.
Do I really have to say that this isn't worth it? I guess I will: this is DEFINITELY not worth the 70 euro price. At the very least it should be 40 or MAYBE 50, but 70? You really might spend that money on better games really, this is just a waste of space - and I mean it: where will you put all of the accessories when you're done?!
For a kid, maybe this will be fun and I'm sure they'll have some fun out it and I'm also sure this "game" was made for them...which begs the question why it's 70 bucks.
At any rate, I'm giving it a 1 because while it ****, has no real value and the cardboard accessories will break in no time - I mean kids don't break things at all! - it does work and the idea behind IS good. Too bad Nintendo is just too greedy and cares little to nothing about quality when they need a cash grab.
Just go back and bring your cheap accessories with you...
SummaryThe Variety Kit includes five different projects to Make, Play, and Discover: two Toy-Con RC Cars, a Toy-Con Fishing Rod, a Toy-Con House, a Toy-Con Motorbike, and a Toy-Con Piano. Bring each Toy-Con creation to life with the power of the Nintendo Switch console and Joy-Con controllers.