7 Switch Games That Need Labo

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Created Feb 20, 2018 by KawaiiMuaii
Nintendo Labo hit internet hard: the first trailer got 10 million views in less than a week, Reddit is full of excited comments and Nintendo already got $1.4 bn added to its value. Labo will be huge.

The greatest thing about these cardboard sets is that they are moderately priced, so you can buy one for every game. Of course, at the moment it's mostly for kids and education. But surely, overtime we'll see Labo accessories used in 'real' video games.
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