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Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 - Kimishima presenting, more info

- Kimishima presenting
- opens at 12 PM local time on January 13th
- event itself officially begins at 1 PM (8 PM PT / 11 PM ET on January 12)
- East Hall 8 will be used at Tokyo Big Site
- chance the presentation will contain software with age restrictions
- Nintendo will be putting up a list of playable software and stage times for its hands-on events in Japan
- sessions will be held on both January 14 and January 15
- attendees will be able to take photos and videos inside the exhibition except for the stage shows
- close shots of game footage is prohibited
- no stand to sell merchandise at the Japanese event
- My Nintendo members can participate in a lottery to win a Switch system
- 10 units will be given away each day
- attendees can check in using the new QR code feature added to Nintendo Accounts

Categories: Consoles
Tags: switch

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I have a trivial question. Have we heard how Kimishima sounds like?

Spoiler alert!

Fri Jan 06 17 12:43am
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- My Nintendo members can participate in a lottery to win a Switch system
- 10 units will be given away each day

I probably used up all my Nintendo-related luck by managing to get into a Switch event despite seeing my invite eight hours late, but I'm hype for this giveaway.

Man, I'm so jealous!!! I got the invite but no confirmation to attend. Anyways, enjoy it - it's probably going to be insane at the store.

Don't understand the point of the lottery thing but this is good enough.

To get gamers involved much like how Sony did CD demos package on Magazines ect back in the days to get gamers to bite. I'm going to check this out because I want to have more Switches if the opportunity is there.

t27duck
Fri Jan 06 17 07:11am
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"close shots of game footage is prohibited"

That... seems odd to me.

socar
Fri Jan 06 17 07:42am
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So is this..

"attendees will be able to take photos and videos inside the exhibition except for the stage shows".

I'm guessing that in Japan, they don't want to confirm stuff like how the west does

From what I heard earlier (or later as pertaining to this post lol) this is becoming more like E3 where they're actually going to have live performances and just like most professional stage performances we're not supposed to record.

They are just trying to avoid anyone there that might come with a low quality camera recording in 20fps & turn around & do damage control how Switch games run poor.

Yet sounds odd to me, too.

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