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Watch Nintendo demo Switch games live

The Verge Friday, 13 January 2017
Watch Nintendo demo Switch games liveLast night, Nintendo announced a slew of games for its new Switch console. Today, the company is demonstrating many of those games live on YouTube and Twitch. At the time of publish, the team is playing match after match of the wacky boxing game ARMS. The stream will show other games throughout the day.

A list of demonstration times isn’t currently available, but we expect to see demos of 1-2 Switch, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of Fire, and Super Mario Odyssey. Nintendo execs and creators tend to appear on important Nintendo Treehouse streams, so don’t be surprised if Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto or President of Nintendo of America Reggie Fils-Aimé arrive to talk shop.

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