Nintendo still hasn’t revealed who exactly is behind its new set of cardboard creations.
Kotaku reports the company is being unusually tight-lipped about the creative team or teams involved in Nintendo Labo.
When first announced, Nintendo made no mention of who is developing the software for Labo. Even now during the latest hands-on event, Kotaku said Nintendo declined to answer its questions about what developers or designers are working on the project.
While the company is notoriously secretive about some things, like hiding tributes in console software, it’s a bit unusual for Nintendo to not be forthcoming about this sort of information regarding a game that’s already playable.
We may have to wait for the Labo Variety Kit and Robot Kit to release on April 20 before we find the answers. In the meantime, we went hands-on with Labo and the cardboard Toy-Cons, and think the innovations are worth all the attention they’ll receive.