Labo VR is the Real Deal – REVIEW (Nintendo Switch)

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Virtual Reality has finally come to Nintendo Switch via the Labo VR Kit! But is it any good? Find out in our in-depth review that explores the gameplay, VR quality, how it compares to PlayStation VR, giant enemy crabs, and how well the various Toy-Cons work, including the VR Goggles, Blaster, Camera, Elephant, Bird, and the Wind Pedal! All this and toms more in our review of the Nintendo Labo VR Kit!
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29 Comments on “Labo VR is the Real Deal – REVIEW (Nintendo Switch)”

  1. The problem about the Zelda vr is that your basically playing the game in handheld mode, but your just holding it up to your face. Maybe if it was first person and had a head strap so it could work like the oculus with separate joy-cons, yes, I would totally be into it.

  2. I don't know what to think. In this video they seem enthusiastic about it but the review from 4players was rhe complete opposite. They were really disappointed and complained about a blurry image, nausea when moving, the cardboard being really uncomfortable and leaving ugly marks on your face, as well as the games being really gimmicky, getting boring after half an hours.

  3. Hopefully they'll sell a normal plastic VR device to put a Switch in for adult hardcore gamers at some point… Because playing with silly cardboard contraptions is not for me.

  4. I will only buy Nintendo VR if they ever made these games for it: F-Zero VR, Mario Kart VR, Punch-Out VR, Metroid Prime VR, Fatal Frame VR, and Pokemon Snap VR.

  5. I just bought it waiting for the zelda and Mario odyssey VR update. If those work good Nintendo will probably try to use VR in games like Pokemon or metroid. The blaster game is a lot of fun. Nintendo just entered VR so they can probably do more with it later like putting VR modes in future games

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