I’m really not sure what to think about this. On one hand - it could be cool. Little kids would really like it I’m sure, and with the right games and stuff it could be cool for adults too (FPS Gun or rick band stuff maybe).
On the other hand, it is just a bunch of cardboard.
I think what it’ll really come down to is, is the software that comes with it worth the price?
@GiantDwarf01, my roommate is an animator so she keeps up with this stuff and when she told me about all the cardboard things I totally rolled my eyes. It sounded like a ripoff. But then she showed me this demo of it and it’s actually extremely cool. They’re really neat little gadgets that kids can play with and then after it’s all done there’s no big chunk of plastic to sit in a goodwill or landfill or garage for all of eternity.
My only concern is that I’m fairly certain as a kid I wouldn’t have been careful enough to not eventually break something that was cardboard.
@GiantDwarf01, its $70 dollars for one but you're mainly getting the game for that price. Also I read that they would be offering the cardboard plans online for free so you can make them yourself or order replacement kits for 10-20 dollars.
@T9x, Nintendo actually recently rescinded that offer, saying they won't be offering the templates free
Sorry but the down vote. My phones being dumb and won't let me fix it
I'd rather have cardboard boxes than loot boxes. At least I'd be getting exactly what I wasn't instead of another voice line for Winston.
Google did it first