I was in a meeting on Friday afternoon at the Nintendo booth at the Tokyo Game Show.
I was wearing the same outfit, the same glasses, the exact same haircut and I had just bought a Wii U GamePad for the first time, the one that I’ve been playing since the start of 2015.
I had the game on the go, the game in my hands, and I was ready to dive in and try out the new controller.
After the demo, I stood at the front of the room and waited for a familiar face to emerge from the booth.
“You’re a reporter!” he said, waving at me.
“This is the first thing we’re seeing, so you’ll be the first to hear about it!”
I took a step back, a little surprised by the sudden presence of the person who’d asked me to come in.
It wasn’t a friendly face; he was just staring at my face.
“It’s okay,” he said.
“I know you like this, and we’ve got great stories to tell.”
I walked over to the Nintendo Switch.
As soon as I got there, I ran to the back of the booth, picked up the controller and ran out the door.
At least, that’s what I thought.
But I was wrong.
In fact, I was immediately put on the spot.
What was this?
Was this a Nintendo Direct or a Nintendo GameStop show?
Did Nintendo have me on a promotional tour to show off the Switch?
I spent a couple of hours on the Nintendo eShop trying to get a handle on what I’d been told.
The answer is that, for a moment, I actually thought I was at Nintendo’s E3 press conference.
I thought I had to be there, and that it was the Nintendo E3 launch, and all the other hype that I’d heard since the console launched.
Then, a few minutes later, I got a call from my local Nintendo representative.
“Are you OK?”
I asked, as I waited for my Nintendo Switch to come into my hands.
“Yes, this is my colleague from Japan,” he answered.
“We are not a Nintendo store.”
The Nintendo Switch is the most exciting Nintendo console ever.
This is what Nintendo is saying at its E3 2017 press conference, the Nintendo Nintendo Switch, the most amazing Nintendo console.
It’s the console that will change gaming forever.
“The Nintendo Switch has a ton of new technology,” Nintendo’s marketing chief told me.
The company is planning a new console every three months.
But in order to make sure people know what to expect, the company has made some major changes.
For starters, it has built the Switch in-house, so the development of the console itself is entirely independent of third-party software.
The Switch is now made in Japan, but Nintendo has also been able to keep the Switch’s specs relatively low, like the $199 price tag.
(As you might expect, it will cost you $299 if you buy it from an American retailer.)
Nintendo has released a bunch of new hardware, like Super Mario Odyssey and Splatoon 2, but it’s also released an enormous number of apps, too, including Pokémon Go, the latest game in the popular Pokémon franchise.
Nintendo has been releasing a lot of games this year, including games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, The Legend to come, and The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD, which will be released on the Switch on September 14.
It also released The LegendOfZelda: Breath Of The Wild HD, a new addition to the franchise.
The games are all designed to be played with the Switch.
Nintendo is also releasing the Nintendo TV, which is a $50 device that will come in four different colors: blue, green, red, and white.
Nintendo’s been selling the Switch as a home entertainment system since October, and it has a built-in TV that can play Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and HBO GO, which means it will be available in the home when you need it most.
I went into the Nintendo GamePad demo to see what all the fuss was about.
I didn’t expect to get much out of the system, but I did enjoy it.
The buttons felt great and the controller was responsive and fun to use.
I liked that I could set it up in a way that I didn`t have to use the thumbstick, which I have to have a lot for the Switch to work with.
The Joy-Con controllers were a little heavier than the Nintendo 64s, and the Nintendo Controller was the same size as the Xbox 360s, but they felt like they could have been better.
I did find some minor flaws.
I think the buttons on the Joy-Cons feel a little too stiff, and they feel too wide when you push them forward.
I also noticed that the controllers felt