Nintendo Labo offers great versatility in the form of folding, cutting, and building without cardboard. These parts can provide other ways to enjoy the sport, such as a fishing pole to help catch a virtual fish on a switch. For fans who keep an eye out for Labo but are not ready to commit, today is a great opportunity, because Best Buy has two products for sale.
The Lea Robot Kit is available for $ 19.99, down from its regular price of $ 59.99. This gives players a cardboard exoskeleton of their arms, allowing them to simulate a mecha. The second sale is the Vehicle Kit, which offers cars cardboard and swap part of the wheel. That reached $ 19.99 again, down with the regular price of $ 69.99.
That's a pretty good deal for the two kits, and a great place to start for anyone who's been curious about Labo but hasn't yet gone anywhere. Best Buy currently offers login access to items, but availability may vary by store.
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