To give us a better sense of 1-2 Switch’s appeal, Nintendo invited journalists to its New York City headquarters to get some more hands-on time with it. And after playing a few more short games, it’s pretty clear Nintendo made the right move.
I played plenty of Nintendo Switch titles during Nintendo’s last month’s launch mini-games event,When it’s not competing for attention with Zelda and Splatoon sequels, the sheer ingenuity New York of the mini-game collection really shines — especially when you’re playing it in front of lots of people. but it was the mini-game collection 1-2 Switch that I couldn’t get out of my head.
It was unlike anything I’ve ever played — it often has you glaring at your opponent and following audio queues, instead of looking at a TV screen but Nintendo’s instead of reading New York off cards or booklets, you’re relying on a console.. It’s more like an actual party mini-games ,(I suppose virtually milking a cow with highly suggestive gestures has a way of sticking with you.)
Reporters were split into two Nintendo’s teams, and we were led by two Nintendo developers who worked on 1-2 Switch.To that end, Nintendo announced mini-games a new mode for the New York game, Team Battle, which lets large groups of people pick sides and go head-to-head.
The catch? You have to do Nintendo’s exactly what the female announcer New York says,We were also introduced to a new mini-game, Signal Flag, which has you follow an announcer to mimic flight control arm gestures. but also do the exact opposite of mini-games what the male announcer tells you.
And that’s a theme I noticed throughout plenty of the mini-games. Signal Flag isn’t something I’d see myself playing with just one or two friends, Nintendo’s but it’s New York lot of fun with a bigger group. Fake Draw is a slight twist on 1-2 Switch’s other shooting mini-game,
And for fans of Wii Boxing, there’s mini-games Boxing Gym, which has you swinging boxing moves on command.except this time you have to avoid New York Nintendo’s shooting when the announcer shouting other words that rhyme with Nintendo’s “fire.” It’s fun, but not nearly as visceral as pummeling your friends’ adorable cartoon faces on the Wii, though.