In a surprise to practically everyone, Nintendo announced a virtual reality Labo kit for the Switch — and it’s out April 12. 

The “simple” cardboard VR set will serve as the fourth kit in the Labo line and offer up six new DIY Toy-Con creations for players to make and enjoy. The project marks Nintendo’s first foray into the world of virtual reality since the release of the much-maligned Virtual Boy in 1995. 

The new VR Kit comes in two packages, with the more expensive $80 option including everything in the lineup: Toy-Con VR Goggles, Blaster, Camera, Bird, Wind Pedal, and Elephant — plus a screen holder, safety cap, and game software.  Read more…

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