Coming seemingly out of nowhere is what might be the most instantly-anticipated thing in video games for 2018 as Nintendo announces Nintendo Labo.
Expected out in April, Nintendo Labo is a series of DIY kits for Switch. Starting with a piece of cardboard, Labo users can make creations such as a piano, a fishing rod, or a motorbike. Once constructed, the creations can be synced with the Switch to allow the user to play a recital, go fishing, or compete in a motorbike race. It's all about creativity and play.
Nintendo is hosting a pair of early-looks at Nintendo Labo. Adults with children who are between the ages of six and twelve can sign up to attend a three-hour hands-on event in either New York (Feb. 2-3) or San Francisco (Mar. 2-4). Interested parents can sign up by visiting the official Nintendo Labo website.