We're still putting together our full thoughts on Nintendo Labo, but so far, senior editor Kyle Hilliard says he's enjoying his time with the DIY cardboard/software hybrid. Because there are quite a few small cardboard pieces, though, it can be easy to lose them.
If you end up damaging or losing certain cardboard components from one of the kits, Nintendo has started selling replacement parts on its online store. Parts range from $1.99 to $13.99. If you'd just prefer to save some money and print out the pieces yourself, you can download PDFs of the different sets by heading to Nintendo Japan's website.
Stay tuned to Game Informer in the next few days to hear our full impressions about Nintendo Labo.