Nintendo's next Labo kit will turn the Switch into a pair of virtual reality goggles.
Nintendo Labo is pretty sturdy for something made entirely out of cardboard - but it's a platform designed to be played with and experimented on. So what better marriage of ideas than a mix of Labo with Lego - a construction toy created with the same sense of creativity in mind.
We've previously seen a brief teaser for Nintendo's latest Labo kit, but the company has now shared an extended video to give us more info on how the new additions work.
Nintendo has announced the winners of its Labo Creators Contest, with the top-ranking entries including a coin-operated sweet dispenser, a teashop time-management game, and, delightfully, a solar-driven accordion.
Yesterday, Nintendo announced the latest Labo Creators Contest for fans to dream up their own Nintendo Labo designs. A prize was mentioned - a special cardboard-themed Switch.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is now compatible with Nintendo Labo - so you can use the cardboard creation system's handlebar model to play.
If you've spent many sleepless nights pondering the practical, real-world applications of Nintendo's delightful new cardboard oddity, Nintendo Labo, here's a little story that might intrigue you: famous pop person Ariana Grande performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, using a bunch of backing instruments fashioned entirely from Labo. It sounded pretty good!
PlayStation 4 exclusive God of War remains in the UK chart top spot again this week, despite the debut of two Nintendo Labo packs.
Labo, Nintendo Switch's new papercraft accessory system, landed in third place behind God of War and Far Cry 5 for its main £60 Variety Kit, and in 20th place for its £70 robot kit.
It's hard to judge how well Labo has done in comparison to expectations. It's an expensive kit (much of which will be taken up by the cost of the physical Switch game cartridge) but the range feels like one designed to sell continuously over time (and especially over Christmas). For something intended to have a slow sales burn, then, it is off to a decent start.
With the help of a few rubber bands, cardboard peripheral system Nintendo Labo lets you program your Switch to act like an electric guitar.
UPDATE 22/3/18 10.15am: Another week, another genuinely impressive video showing off the capabilities of Nintendo Labo, the Switch's upcoming cardboard-based accessory system.
On the fence about Nintendo Labo? A series of new, in-depth videos released by Nintendo has revealed some of the deeper features available within each cardboard construction set.
Nintendo is holding a hands-on workshop with Nintendo Labo in London next month - but you'll need to come along with a kid (if you're an adult) or an adult (if you're a kid).
Nintendo has now given official prices to its new range of Nintendo Labo cardboard Switch accessories.
Nintendo surprised the world last night with its announcement of Nintendo Labo, a DIY cardboard accessory range for Nintendo Switch. So, of course, the world promptly took to Twitter to record its hot takes and jokes.
Nintendo has announced Nintendo Labo, a new range of cardboard-based "build-and-play experiences designed to inspire creative minds and playful hearts alike".
That certainly sounds lofty, yet the opening moments of Nintendo's announcement video below make it a little tricky to see what all the excitement is about.
Nintendo Labo toys start out as flat bits of perforated card that can be popped out into shapes, folded, and assembled into the likes of a bike, a piano, a fishing rod, robot suit, and more - creations that Nintendo is calling Toy-Cons.
Nintendo is prepping a big Switch announcement tonight, at 10pm UK time.
A "new interactive experience" for Nintendo Switch will be revealed, "specially crafted for kids and those who are kids at heart".
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima recently emphasised how important growing the Switch's audience was for the console's second year - and, crucially, that the console now needed to attract an audience who were not already core gamers.