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Nintendo Labo Unboxing

It’s 4/20, you know what that means… It’s Nintendo Labo Day! I received both the Robot Kit and Variety Kit and tear into both to see what they contain.

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Nintendo Labo Robot Kit

The Labo Robot Kit will be a massive build. It contains almost as many sheets of cardboard as the Variety Kit, though it is all for one set. The box contained the cardboard, the addition rubberbands and straps, and the Robot Kit game. The back of the box shows off the Toy-Con as well as some gameplay, and the game looks to be more than I had expected. It looks like as you play you will be able to customize and upgrade your robot, almost in an RPG sort of way.

Labo Robot Kit

Lets Mix It Up: Labo Variety Kit

The Labo Variety Kit contains all the different cardboard assembly for the different Toy-Con that we have seen. Also in this box as well there is a bag containing the different rubber bands and small pieces for assembly, and of course the game. These builds will be quite a bit shorter than the Robot kit, but the games will also be lesser than the Robot game. That still doesn’t take away from what it is. This kit is very intriguing to me and I cannot wait to dig into it.

Labo variety Kit

Whats To Come

One Interesting thing I noticed while Unboxing Nintendo Labo, was that at the top of the box they’re numbered. The Labo Variety Kit is Numbered “Toy-Con 01” and the Robot Kit is numbered “Toy-Con- 02”. This leads me to believe that Nintendo is planning to release more of these kits. I am guessing that the Variety kit and Robot kit both will receive addition kits with more to build. These addition kits will be patched into the games as free DLC with the purchase of new kits. Then down the road, we will get new kits and Labo games to experience. Did you pick up Labo? What do you think of it? Let us know in the comments below, and as always don’t forget to share! Sharing is Caring!

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Battlezone: Gold edition

Welcome to the Battlezone

Today Rebellion announced that Battlezone will be playable on May 1st, also that it will be fully playable with OR without a VR headset, on PlayStation 4, Steam, Oculus, and now… Xbox One!”

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The best news of all, however, is that it will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, there is no release date as of yet for the Switch. One thing that I have to do is tip my hat to Rebellion because, they will be upgrading everyone who has already bought Battlezone, to the gold edition for free. The gold version will include, Classic mode, all released tank skins, bobbleheads, and horns. Check the trailer out below; this game looks like it will be a hit.

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Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder

Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder. Devastated

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Have you ever found yourself just endlessly scrolling through the Nintendo Switch EShop,
not sure of what you’re looking for, or even what you want to play. You come acrossana icon
that looks like a picture a young child drew of a soldier. You keep going because you tell
yourself that looks childish. That’s where you are wrong. Paper wars for the Nintendo
Switch is a hidden gem, worth your time and affection.

Here they come

Paper war treats your eyes to a unique art style that looks like it was made out of notepad
sketches. After that you have the options of playing through three chapters made up of
twenty-eight mission each, you also have the option of playing a survival mode. After
jumping into a mission, you are tasked with holding the hordes of enemies off, by shooting at
them with your tank and using power-ups that appear on the battlefield.
Each mission begins with a short description of what needs to be accomplished. This is
really nice because it switches the gameplay up just enough to keep the game interesting.
Some missions might have you focus on only one type of enemy.You may also have to hold
your enemy off for a set period of time. For those of you who love achievements, there is a
medal system based on how efficient you are at completing missions. So this gives you
something to go back for, and also add replay value to this game.

Fire at will

paper wars battle
One of the greatest this about this game is that it utilizes the Switches touch screen. I found
the game a lot more enjoyable when using the touch controls. I also wanted to do a little
experiment with this game. My nine-year-old son really has no interest in video games. He
will play for a race or two of Mario Kart, but no more just enough to amuse his old man. He
does, however, love his Ipad, I said to him, hey give this new game a try, you can use it like
your Ipad, I then had a hard time getting my switch back because he was having a blast. I
really wish more developers would take advantage of this style of gameplay, so that more
people could enjoy the switch.

Man down

The one problem I had with paper wars was the type of text the developer used. I don’t know
if it is me getting old, but sometimes it took me a minute to figure out the text. They use
uppercase lowercase and backward letters at random.

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The final stand

At the end of the day, paper war is a hidden gem on the Nintendo EShop. With the amount of
content you get and the amount of replayability you will get out of it, this is a must-have
game, it’s great because you can easily knock out a mission or two while waiting in line at
the store, or riding the bus. There needs to be more games like paper wars that are
designed to be consumed in three to five-minute chunks.

By: Joel Brooks
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