Despite the anecdotal evidence that Nintendo's paper-filled Labo series has not yet sold gangbusters, the Japanese game champion seems to be moving forward with the strange series.
Nintendo took a Thursday opportunity to uncover Labo Vehicle Kit comes in September for Nintendo Switch. The product of $ 69.99 will contain three separate build-your-own control chassis: Toy-Con Car, Toy-Con Plane and Toy-Con Submarine. (Toy-Con is Nintendo's expression of games that combines folded cardboard pieces and Switch Joy-Con controls.)
From the appearance of today's revealing video, all three vehicles will be used to fly around a brand new virtual island view, not Wuhu Island, which was introduced in Pilotwings Resort and Wii Sports Resort . Players will be able to switch between the vehicles in aircraft by switching a cardboard and controlling "key" from one control unit to the next while another player will be able to participate by taking an additional cardboard device for man a toy tower on any vehicle.
The teaser video provides tips on kartracing, scoring and other mini-games scattered around the island, which can help the product to feel more like a full game, unlike the scattered items in Variety Kit and the slim and simple arcade mode of Robot Kit . We hope that the end result will feel like the true Pilotwings sequel we have been looking for for many years (although Pilotwings Resort on 3DS has overplayed us to some extent).
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