That was what my daughter said immediately after she watched - jaw agape - the three-minute ad introducing Nintendo Co.
So, what exactly is Nintendo Labo? And it's probably exactly the kind of reaction the Japanese game giant was going for from 12-year-olds across the planet. In the case of the motorcycle Labo, each of the Switch's "Joy-Con" gamepads are inserted into the handlebars, and the Switch itself (the screen) is placed in the center.
"You guys see Nintendo Labo?". Nintendo built Labo for a younger audience, and I think they - in addition to plenty of older players - will find the new experience rewarding in many ways.
Those looking to add some creativity to their cardboard toys can purchase a $9.99 "Customization Set" that adds stencils, stickers and colored tape to help your personalize your newly made accessories, though you can also presumably use any markers or stickers you already own to spice things up. The Nintendo Labo robot kit is one that you will physically wear as you play a game on your TV. Nah. Nintendo Labo hardly looks like a half-baked cash-in: it looks really inspired and inventive, and it's tapping into maker/DIY culture while you wield your pricey home-or-handheld console. The figures became so popular that many stores sold out of the most coveted toys quickly, creating a lucrative secondary market. There are endless possibilities that the Nintendo Labo presents, including a functional cardboard 13-key piano and a cardboard fishing reel.
It's worth noting, though, that the popularity of toys-to-life games has diminished in recent years.
The Robot Kit comes with enough parts to create a wearable Toy-Con Robot costume and several mini-games. Building Toy-Con is especially fun with family and friends, as you collaborate and share each other's Nintendo Labo experiences. Nintendo has always succeeded in appealing to kids and those who are kids at heart, and Labo is no exception. That raises issues of its own - I suspect that the recyclable and reparable nature of cardboard will be utilised frequently when kids inevitably wreck what they're built - but it also makes adult gamers' puzzled reactions all the more amusing. These cardboard appendages will go on sale April 20.