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Nintendo Switch Trailer Becomes Most Popular Video on NoA's YouTube Account

That didn't take long.


There is a new most-popular video for Nintendo of America's YouTube account. The reveal trailer for Nintendo's new console, the Nintendo Switch, is now the most-viewed video on the channel. In just a day, the video has racked up more than 10 million views, surpassing the trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild from E3 this year, which has 9.3 million views as of this writing.

The Nintendo Switch video also has a very positive like-to-dislike ratio. It has more than 341,000 likes and only 13,000 dislikes. You can watch the video again in the embed above.

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The Nintendo of America YouTube account is just one place where the Nintendo Switch video was hosted. It has 1.79 million views on the Nintendo Japan YouTube account and a further 553,000 views on the Nintendo UK account.

Nintendo Switch is a console/mobile hybrid device, as rumors prior to its official unveiling suggested. It features a tablet-like screen that sits in a "Nintendo Switch Dock" and connects it to a TV for traditional couch gaming.

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When the tablet is lifted out of the dock it will "instantly" transition into a portable mode for playing games on the go. It also uses detachable controllers called "Joy-Cons," and these can attach onto the sides of the tablet or onto a "Grip" accessory so that it's "mirroring a more traditional controller."

For lots more on the Nintendo Switch, check out GameSpot's recent coverage in the links below.



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