If you break your Nintendo Labo pieces you can get replacements, but it'll cost you
Not as much as the original at least
With Nintendo Labo finally available for mostly everyone outside of Europe, I've no doubt players are tucking into their kits with glee. But, the question of what happens when a piece breaks has been somewhat of a mystery until recently.
Now that our own Editor Ric Cowley has gotten his hands on it and people have starting revealing their various unboxing videos, we know that you're encouraged to keep the templates in case you want to make a replacement. Of course, there are more instructions for fixing items too - my guess is with lots of tape.
However, Ninty launched another part of its Labo range today where you can buy replacements for broken pieces. So far there are 11 listings across the robot and variety kits, but they're not exactly cheap if you're replacing a lot of them.
Ranging from $2.99 (for the RC Car) up to $13.99, it's nice to have the option at least for a professional do-over. I mean, ideally you'd want to be as careful as possible with the pieces, but they're still made of cardboard and not indestructible.