Nintendo Labo is a creative goldmine. It’s brought an astounding range of DIY cardboard peripherals to the Switch, including a steering wheel, fishing rod, sci-fi blaster, and even a VR headset. The Labo catalogue is about to get even better, though, thanks to the addition of the Nintendo Labo Okatazuke, otherwise known as your run-of-the-mill cardboard box. Nope, we’re not kidding, Nintendo has channeled its inner Marie Kondo and released a bog standard box to make sure Switch owners understand the simply art of tidying up. Retailing in Japan for 800 yen (around $7.25 USD) and arriving in April, the Okatazuke might not be the most mind-blowing Labo kit we’ve ever seen, but it’s probably going to be the most useful. Guess it’s time to get excited about storage!
It’s smaller and cheaper, but also loses some key Switch features
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