Want to play the latest games on the newest unreleased game consoles? Well then, maybe you should consider a career as a late-night television host because apparently that’s a huge perk.
Jimmy Fallon got to do just that Wednesday night on “The Tonight Show,” when Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America’s president, appeared on the show. First, Fils-Aime explained he was there to teach Fallon how to play the newgame ahead of its general release. (He did say that beginning Thursday us mere mortals can play a demo in any Apple Store, though.)
Then he introduced Shigeru Miyamoto, who was sitting casually in the audience. And then came Fist-Amie’s own personal one more thing
Pulling up a question block, he unveiled the console the world thought it was waiting for January to even glimpse: the. Fallon then got to play the Switch’s most anticipated game, . Naturally, they start by playing on the big screen, but then pull out the handheld to continue.