Nintendo Switch Gameplay Revealed on The Tonight Show

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Nintendo Switch Gameplay Revealed on The Tonight Show

Nintendo Switch gameplay revealed on The Tonight Show

The President of Nintendo of America Reggie Fils-Aimé and video game legend Shigeru Miyamoto made an appearance on The Tonight Show last night. The two showed off some of the upcoming mobile title Super Mario Run but also debuted the first Nintendo Switch gameplay, offering a demo of the upcoming The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Check it out in the player below along with Miyamoto playing some Mario music with The Roots!

Announced back in October, the Nintendo Switch will be fully revealed in January. At home, Nintendo Switch rests in the Nintendo Switch Dock that connects the system to the TV and lets you play with family and friends in the comfort of your living room. By simply lifting Nintendo Switch from the dock, the system will instantly transition to portable mode, and the same great gaming experience that was being enjoyed at home now travels with you. The portability of Nintendo Switch is enhanced by its bright high-definition display. It brings the full home gaming system experience with you to the park, on an airplane, in a car, or to a friend’s apartment.

Gaming springs into action by removing detachable Joy-Con controllers from either side of Nintendo Switch. One player can use a Joy-Con controller in each hand; two players can each take one; or multiple Joy-Con can be employed by numerous people for a variety of gameplay options. They can easily click back into place or be slipped into a Joy-Con Grip accessory, mirroring a more traditional controller. Or, if preferred, the gamer can select an optional Nintendo Switch Pro Controller to use instead of the Joy-Con controllers. Furthermore, it is possible for numerous people to bring their Nintendo Switch systems together to enjoy local multiplayer face-to-face competition.

The Nintendo Switch will be released in March.

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