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Nintendo Labo - Robot Kit

by Nintendo
 (4.2 stars from 53 customer reviews)

44 new from $72.94    1 collectible from $36.57    7 used from $29.95    

List Price: $79.99
  • Adjustable Straps - One Size Fits All
  • Play as a robot: demolish your in-game surroundings and take on challenges to unlock powerful abilities
  • Customize your robot's in-game appearance and use your own markers and other supplies to decorate your Toy-Con Robot
  • Challenge a friend using their own Toy-Con Robot in a two-player battle mode on a single screen*
  • With the Robot Kit and the included Toy-Con Garage mode, you can invent new ways to play with your Toy-Con Robot by using special input nodes or create your very own Toy-Con projects
  • Make your very own Toy-Con Robot suit: fold engineered, pre-cut cardboard and wear it to become a robot in the game


Product Description
Product Description
With the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 02 Robot Kit, you'll be able to combine the technology of the Nintendo Switch with the fun of DIY creations. Create a wearable robot suit with the included cardboard and accessories


Customer Reviews

16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A lot of fun, April 21, 2018
Kids love it - easy to use and was fun to build. The only issue is that every time you play as a new player, it makes you watch a portion of the video where you build the robot. Once built you should be able to skip the video and go straight to the game. Not sure why it's this way. Overall fun and a great toy.




5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You play this game as a robot., May 27, 2018
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Donna (California) - See all my reviews
Got this for my 9 year old's birthday. He asked for it. It requires some building of course and then he showed it to me how it works and it is pretty cool. You build the cardboard section and attach the strings to arms and legs with the game on your face helmet. When you move it shows you moving in the game as a robot. He asked for it and likes it. It is very expensive for something that I am not sure will stay together or not be torn apart or misplaced by other kids but he loves it.




2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Meh. It's all right, but maybe drop the price a bit., August 21, 2018
So my son saved his money for 6 months to buy this. He did all kinds of extra chores, saved every quarter he found, and purchased this kit. He's 10, and immediately built this completely on his own. I timed him, it took 6 hours for him to build it. He's very good at building things, he can build large complicated Lego sets in no time. I also told him I would not pay for this. Sure, you get the game, but you're still paying nearly $80 For cardboard.

He played the game for a few hours once he got it together. I will say, he was active. It's a lot of work to have that heavy box on your back, and the movements had him working up a sweat. However, after that first day, he got bored with the game quickly. He has told me that he's done most of what the game has to offer already, and we've only had it a month. I think the game itself it geared toward smaller kids.

All in All, it's fun but short lived. I think the game needs to be a little more in depth. I did think $80... Read more


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