Won't deny that it's an interesting looking device and game. As someone who got a Wii Fit/Balance Board recently having software that has fitness exercises (like the Wii Fit series, etc) VS having an actual "game" that uses fitness exercises for the basis of movement and attacks might be a better sell and bridge the casual/hardcore crowd better. The Ring-Con should take up a lot less space than the Balance Board and be easier to set up, that should make it easier for some people to use already. Also we finally got pulse reading usage by using IR camera, someone at Nintendo has to be happy about that, considering it's been 10 years since the Wii Vitality Sensor E3 2009 reveal and subsequent no show.
Feels like a very Wii-era Nintendo product. Then again, I guess Labo kinda does, too.
It's apparently from the same team (Nintendo EPD - Production Group No. 4 (Internal R&D)) that made Labo and 1-2 Switch. With the Joy-Con still fulfilling the "bundle of sensors" usage akin to the Labo's Toy-Con controllers.
Will the game really be about defeating this monster or the fitness and new physic we gain along the way?
Does he who challenge fit monsters eventually become the fit monster himself?
Last Edit: Sept 12, 2019 21:21:05 GMT -5 by Da Robot