A recent episode of the Japanese show Denjin ☆ Getcha! had a real Nintendo feel to it. Not only did the team - which includes the legendary Takahashi Meijin - get to grips with the new Famicom Mini console, footage of the forthcoming Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was also shown.

Meijin - who used to work at Hudson Soft and was famous during the '80s for his trigger finger speed of 16 shots per second - discusses the Famicom Mini with his co-presenters, running through the included games and also providing commentary on gameplay footage.

Just in case you weren't aware, the Famicom Mini is the Japanese equivalent of the NES Classic Mini, which launches this week.

[source gonintendo.com]