Nintendo's paper drive

Nintendo is back with more cardboard crafting. The "Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 03: Drive Kit" (Vehicle Kit overseas), released this month for ¥7,538, allows players to build a steering wheel, a flight stick and submarine controls, which they can then test out with the "Nintendo Labo Drive Kit" software.

The steering wheel kit is called Toy-Con Car and features gear change levers and a gas pedal, while the Toy-Con Plane flight stick has a trigger for players to fire missiles. The Toy-Con Submarine controls involve rotating discs on each side that let players dive deep underwater. The neatest part, though, is that players must craft Toy-Con Key covers that fit over Joy-Cons to turn them into different keys. The keys are then used with the cardboard constructions to activate the cardboard peripherals.