Mario Kart and Zelda are fun games both on portable as well as home consoles, but imagine playing the titles in virtual reality? Thanks to the Nintendo Switch, that may soon become a possibility. Simply put, the Switch’s display would slide right onto this headset and the Joy-Con controllers would be used like normal. What would something like this be priced at? Well, considering that the HTC Vive costs $800, anything priced at half that or even less should be a hot seller. Continue reading for more pictures.
“Admitted the controllers don’t come with spatial recognition, and the Switch may or may not have a gyroscope built in, or the power to run VR games seamlessly, but it makes complete sense for Nintendo to enter VR. Just how the Wii absolutely dominated the motion sensing market, and how the Gameboy has always been the true pioneer of handheld gaming, this seems like the perfect chance for Nintendo to show everyone who’s boss in an absolutely nascent department that’s definitely here to stay,” according to Yanko Design.