Nintendo's got a lot of forward momentum right now, but if 2018 is going to be anywhere near as successful as 2017, the company needs to keep hammering home the key "play anytime, anywhere" message of the Switch.

That's precisely what it's doing in Japan with this new spring line-up commercial, which not only shows of the versatility of the console but also gives ample screen-time to the likes of Mario Tennis Aces, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze and Kirby Star Allies, as well as the new Splatoon 2 single-player DLC.

It's a pretty effective piece of marketing - goodness knows we want to be invited to that rooftop party at the end so badly - but do you think Nintendo's slate of spring releases is strong enough to keep sales brisk? Let us know with a comment.