Nintendo have a strange reputation among gaming circles. Some people lament how slow the giant has been to embrace certain technologies — with the company consistently behind its competitors in the online multiplayer and visual resolution spaces. Others use its family friendly outlook as a way to dismiss who the games are made for. Yet Nintendo have always innovated, and fun is an ageless concept. Nintendo Labo VR is another amazing step forward for them, and like (almost) always it is done behind the curve, but with stacks of competency.
Much like rumble features, stereoscopic 3D and motion controls, Nintendo are not first to the scene with VR this time. Instead they are the first to make it appear extremely accessible on a mainstream console. … [MORE]