Footage of what appears to be the Nintendo Switch developer options menu has appeared in a leaked and unedited Portuguese commercial for the console.

The footage shows actors playing various Switch games, but at certain points the console is on-screen with its dev menu interface showing. This is because the commercial is largely "raw" live footage, and in the final version, video of each game will be superimposed over the console'sscreen, hiding these details.

If you're really keen to see the screens, the timestamps here as follows:

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Interestingly, one of the shots indicates that the Switch used in the commercial has 64GB of on-board storage - this could be the amount of memory developer or debug units come with.

Some have expressed doubts about the validity of this video, claiming that the dev screens could easily be faked, but the fact that the commercial is all-new would make this unlikely - a more probable scenario is that this unfinished commercial has somehow leaked out before all of the appropriate game footage has been edited in.

UPDATE: Mere minutes after we posted this story, Nintendo released the final version of the video in question. You can clearly see where the final game footage has been edited in.

That aside, what do you make of this promotional footage? Do you think it does a good job of "selling" the core concept of the Switch and its software?

Thanks to Gonçalo Lopes for the tip!