Today revealed by the Nintendo Switch OLED it didn’t bring a lot of interruptions in terms of what games can be played and enjoyed; the system is the same under the hood, although the larger screen and other features will still make it desirable. However it is a small slightly wider, which will influence Nintendo Labo.
The Labo range has been a pleasing part of this generation, although its extravagant approach to construction and gaming may not have achieved noticeable sales success as the series progressed. Now the Official FAQ explained that there will be ‘differences’ in playing Toy-Con Lab accessories with the OLED model.
However, there may be differences in gaming experience with some of the Toy-Con accessories from the Nintendo Labo series, due to differences in console and screen size between Nintendo Switch (OLED model) and Nintendo Switch. There may also be games where the gaming experience may differ due to new console capabilities, such as the larger screen size.
The difference in size is only 0.1 inches in terms of overall width of the OLED tablet, so for a number of Toy-Cons we imagine it will always be suitable, it may be just the most snug sliced cardboard controllers. The VR Lab is more likely to be affected, as the larger screen may not align properly with the glasses.
Let’s see when the system launches – the big question, do you still play Nintendo Labo? Maybe we should all dig out that cartoon to remember that, in reality, it can be quite fun …