Igranje legenda o Zelda na Nintendo Switch. \ T

Nintendo Switch Prodaja

Po prvi puta u televizijskom okruženju uživo, Reggie Fils-Aime iz Nintenda iz Amerike - zajedno s Nintendovim kreativnim izvršnim direktorom Shigeruom Miyamotoom koji je sjedio u publici - pokazao je Nintendo Switch i njegov igri na Tonight Showu s Jimmyjem Fallonom.

Fallon literally couldn’t contain himself during the segment when Reggie unveiled the Nintendo Switch and showed playable gameplay of Legenda o Zelda: Dah divljini po prvi put. Demonstracija je izgledala glatko poput maslaca, a činilo se da radi na 60fps kad je preklopnik bio priključen. Brzina kadrova bila je nešto manje glatka nakon otključavanja, ali i dalje je bila dovoljno glatka.

Igrači Nintendo Switch prikazani su u petominutnom traku videozapisa u nastavku.

Jimmy ends up fanboying out because his body wasn’t ready.

Ipak, Jimmy govori o svim stvarima koje je vjerojatno pročitao na Kotakuu. Govori o tome kako je Miyamoto došao do originala Legenda o Zelda na temelju svog djetinjstva fascinantnog avantura i odlaska u špilje, a on lupa kroz razgovor o značajkama i sadržaju u Legend of Zelda: Dah divljini that even I didn’t know existed.

For instance, one of the things I didn’t even know was in the game was being able to shield-surf down hillsides. Like a pro, Jimmy slashes and hacks down some bad guys and then shield surfs down the hill after asking Reggie about it.

Jimmy je stvarno odradio domaću zadaću.

Spomenuo je i kako je ponovno gledao oglas Nintendo Switch "milijun puta" i činilo se da zapravo poznaje svoj put oko konzole, iako mu je to bilo prvi put da se uhvati za ruku. Pokazao je postolje sa stražnje strane uređaja i zapravo uspio pobijediti Reggiea do udarca u razgovoru o svim značajkama Nintendo Switch.

Jimmy Fallon Nintendo Switch

It’s crazy, but Nintendo’s best marketing to date came from a late night TV show host who showcased how much of a Nintendo fanboy he is.

It’s not a knock against Fallon, though. I’m right there with him. I’ve hated most of eighth gen because it sucks, but the ninth gen is looking really good with the introduction of the Nintendo Switch. It’s shaping up to be a day-one buy for me.

We’ll get to learn more about the Nintendo Switch come January 12th, 2017, when Nintendo hosts another Nintendo Direct and gives gamers something to really look forward to at the start of the year.

Pricing hasn’t been revealed yet but rumors put the console at a $250 price point. You can expect to get your hands on the Nintendo Switch starting March in 2017.