Just like Wii Sports before it, 1-2-Switch is perhaps one of the most vital releases for the Nintendo Switch in 2017. A collection of mini-games which show off the potential of the system's Joy-Con controllers, it's clearly intended as tool for selling the console, and it seems to have captured the attention of one of the gaming industry's most famous faces.
Hideo Kojima - formerly of Konami but now developing Death Stranding at his independent studio, Kojima Productions - has been spotted playing 1-2-Switch at the RTX Sydney event in Australia alongside Kinda Funny host Greg Miller.
It took the Metal Gear creator a little time to find his stride, but he did eventually blow his rival away (excuse the video orientation - you'll have to watch this one sideways):
The full "let's play" will be published on Kinda Funny tomorrow. The pair were also spotted larking around near the Zelda: Breath of the Wild stand:
It's great to see Kojima messing about on 1-2-Switch and engaging with Nintendo in general, and it begs the question - could this legendary developer ever bring his games to the Switch? Those of you with long memories will recall that Kojima was responsible for Boktai, a unique game for the GBA which used a sunlight sensor, and at one point he seemed very interested in the autostereoscopic display on the Nintendo 3DS, creating a special version of Metal Gear Solid 3 for it. Hopefully he will be intrigued by Nintendo's latest system, too.
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