Switch Japanese TV spots: 1-2 Switch, Cooperation and Competition, Dragon Quest Heroes I•II, Zelda

Switch less than a month away from its worldwide debut.

Dragon Quest Heroes I & II

Nintendo has released a new series of Switch-related TV spots in Japan.

Each of the six 1-2-Switch TV spots is focused on one of the 28 mini-games the title offers.

The “Cooperation and Competition” TV spot is focused on the Switch hardware itself, featuring Dragon Quest Heroes I•II for Nintendo Switch and FIFA Soccer as its showcase titles.

There’s also a standalone Dragon Quest Heroes I•II for Nintendo Switch TV spot, and another for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

1-2-Switch and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will launch alongside Switch worldwide on March 3. Dragon Quest Heroes I•II for Nintendo Switch will launch on the same day, but only in Japan. A western release has not been announced.

Watch the TV spots below.

1-2 Switch

Beach Flag TV Spot

Count Ball TV Spot

Joy-Con Rotation TV Spot

Ping Pong TV Spot

Quick Draw TV Spot

Samurai Training TV Spot

Dragon Quest Heroes I•II for Nintendo Switch

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Switch Hardware: Cooperation and Competition

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