NintendObserver’s select content on Nintendo Treehouse Live.
I didn't know the game at all when it was announced. But once I watched this segment, the three ways to reach victory quite simply ended up making perfect sense.
So many toys. And they show up in the game absolutely seamlessly.
Confirmed: Miyamoto himself drew the artwork for Sky Skipper's arcade cabinet back in the days.
So glad they actually got to play the game on Treehouse Live.
Part 1 with the game's producer from Square Enix, and Part 2 with the game's director from Acquire.
This is what Mario Tennis Aces can look like when it's taken very seriously.
Xavier and Davide go hands-on with Rabbid Peach's latest adventure. (Sorry, I meant to say Donkey Kong.) 😛
Gotta love those brand-new amiibos.
This game's soundtrack is absolutely surprising.
Toad’s Rec Room being shown right here.
September 14 can't come soon enough.
Shulk seeing into the future.
Team17 helped them a lot with improving the game's visuals for this sequel.
Kirk Scott in the house. First seen on the latest Nindies Showcase, I'm sure he played a very important role in Fortnite being on Nintendo Switch.
The first ever live gameplay for the Pokémon Let's Go games.
Ten segments in total. So much Smash Ultimate to enjoy.
Max Brass gameplay. First game update brings spectator mode by the end of the month, with Max Brass to follow suit in July.
The map allows players to give commands to the characters in their control.
One plays as Mario, the other plays as Cappy.