Nintendo Switch Live on Jimmy Fallon

Nintendo's presence filled The Tonight Show with a live demonstration of the Nintendo Switch just after showing Super Mario Run, allowing show host Jimmy Fallon to demo the new mobile Mario game with his pure unfiltered excitement.


Super Mario Run is a dash-style 'runner' similar to mobile favorite Temple Run types. It does look fun.


Miyamoto gave Jimmy Fallon a thumbs-up of approval for his run through the Super Mario Run level. 
As always Miyamoto carries a fun spirit, jokingly almost giving him a down thumb. Reggie Fils-Aime' who came with Miyamoto also brought something else- to Jimmy Fallon's sheer glee as he lights up like a child at Christmas- the Nintendo Switch, along with the chance to play Zelda: Breath of the Wild in the first ever live demonstration.


The Nintendo Switch is Nintendo's latest console, coming March 2017. 
The Switch features the ability to transform into a mobile device seamlessly while playing games.


After getting some short gameplay in, Fallon took a moment to catch his breath and later on Miyamoto himself sat with the show's band, The Roots, to jam some Super Mario tunes together. 

Jimmy Fallon playing Super Mario Run and Zelda: Breath of the Wild:

Shigeru Miyamoto jamming with The Roots:

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