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Video: Reggie appears on Fox Business to talk and show off Switch

Posted on March 19, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos

Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime is still showing up at various places for interviews. Recently, he stopped by Fox Business to chat about Switch and show off the system. While he touches on many of the same topics we’ve heard before, it’s almost worth a watch just for the awkward play of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

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  • Blanco8x8

    Nintendo on mainstream news media, awkward as always…

    • Hank Hill

      Mass Effect says they’ll do platform with you.

      • Clearly the anchorwoman isn’t a gamer lol

        • XtraLifeBastion

          But to her credit, at least she isn’t talking down to gaming like a lot of the empty headed bimbos on Fox News.

  • hi v3.0

    Um ME is not coming to Switch

    • I think it could later if the Switch continues to sell well

    • ben

      I guess you wrote this before the reviews dropped.. Right now not having ME on the switch is a sales bonus.

  • theFooFighter

    F**k fox

    • Justin McQuillen

      i like them, they’re the only fair mainstream media outlet in the united states really…

      • theFooFighter

        Fox fair? Bull s**t, a conservative bias is still a bias if you want decent American news go international. BBC and aljazeera give way better and less biased coverage then fox or MSNBC and CNN for that matter

        • Justin McQuillen

          aljazeera is unbiased eh? Wow…

          Yeah, I stand by my original statement, because it’s true. If Fox News is sooo conservatively biased, why is it that they hold the flames to Trump’s feet just the same as everyone else? Get real.

          • Randall Stricklin

            Because Donald Trump isn’t a true conservative. He spent decades supporting the Clintons. Also, if they assume he will not perform well as President, that is bad for the Republican party and conservatives as a whole. Basically, they held the flame to Trump’s feet because Trump made conservatives look stupid.

          • Justin McQuillen

            Conservatives made themselves look stupid. I’m not here to defend them or Trump, but just wanted to point out that Fox News is more objectively fair than most other mainstream outlets despite the popular opinion of a vocal minority. The fact people name dropped the beyond laughably biased BBC, aljazeera, and NPR as unbiased alternatives only further supports what I’m saying.

          • theFooFighter

            Fox has been kissing the ground where trump walks ever since halfway through the election. They tried being unbiased and the sheep they call viewers stopped watching because for a few short months fox wasn’t the trump network

          • Velen (Not WoW)

            Making assumptions about people you know nothing about and have never met. Must look nice from that glass house of yours.

          • theFooFighter

            Fox has never been nothing more than Republican lip service and I have no problem saying that. People try to justify it by saying it’s the only conservative news network but there shouldn’t be a conservative news network or a liberal news network just news and there is no mainstream news in America that simply states facts everyone is trying to push their bias into something that’s only mean to inform the people

          • Velen (Not WoW)

            That I can’t deny, but it doesn’t change the fact you called people sheep and just threw a blanket over them, when chances are you are guilty of the same fault, just with a different news firm. Hence me invoking the glass house idiom.

        • shaw98

          Literally every other media outlet is Liberal. I am happy there is at least one that shows a different side of the argument. Fox also allows open and free debate of extremes from both sides. CNN which gave debate questions to Hillary in favor of her, would never allow the type of open debate Fox does. Literally every media is biased in liberal ideology… except Fox which is the most open. Says something.

          • theFooFighter

            Bias is still bias and a conservative bias is no better than a liberal bias. Fox isn’t news it’s just a confirmation of pre existing opinions and that point you may as well watch a YouTube rant

          • Justin McQuillen

            Dude you’re just wrong, learn to deal with it.

          • shaw98

            A bias is not wrong as long as you give each side an equal speaking platform and equal coverage. The hosts very well may lean conservative, though if they allow a civil debate from the other side despite differences then the truth becomes self apparent.

            If ones argument is true then there should be no fear of letting the other speak. Someone only silences the other side in fear that they may be wrong or criticized.

            Fox is the only msm network that allows such freedom of debate. In a world where sjws don’t want to hear another point of view, if I were an sjw, I would hate Fox too.

          • shaw98
      • nemo37

        I respectfully disagree with you on that. Fox is a heavily partisan news outlet (this particular news outlet leans towards the right and more specifically towards the Republican Party). The vast majority of mainstream and even many non-mainstream news outlets in your country tend to have some sort of political affiliation, albeit it varies from one outlet to another, and there are even sub-divisions within an outlet. The closest non-partisan news source I have found is NPR, which is frequently attacked by both the right and the left (so I guess it is the closest one in terms of being balanced). NBC also had a service called Breaking News that literally just reported events as it occurred without any commentaries or analysis, so that was the closest to non-biased reporting I had ever seen (it was shutdown earlier this year).

        • Justin McQuillen

          See I was reading your comment, and it was making sense, but I lost you at “NPR is unbiased”. It’s not. I listen to NPR all the time and they’re far more partisan than Fox news. If Fox has a conservative bias, why is it that they criticise our conservative president? This is what I’m talking about, you’re giving them an uneven playing field before judging them. The fact you think NPR can even be mentioned in the same sentence with the term “non-partisan” is a freudian slip that shows your own bias is effecting your judgement of bias.

          That’s why I carefully chose the word “fair” to describe Fox News, because while everyone has their biases, Fox News is the only outlet that I’ve noticed has commentators that actually consider the opposite perspective.

          • nemo37

            I called NPR non-partisan not unbiased. By non-partisan I mean that their news programs have people and figures from a variety of backgrounds, so they are not leaning to a single direction like Fox, MSNBC, and CNN (this is why NPR has frequently been accused of bias by both the left and the right). For example, I have seen NPR report statistics from institutions on both the right and the left. An unbiased news service (at least the closest one I have seen to being unbiased) is the Breaking News service from NBC I mentioned earlier, because it contained direct reports from field journalists (most of whom were independent journalists and/or not affiliated with NBC) without comments and opinions.

            As for why Fox criticizes President Trump at certain times, I can tell there are a few reasons. For one thing, President Trump is not really ideologically aligned with the conservative movement (or any other specific movement for that matter), so neo-conservative and right-libertarian commentators on Fox might criticize some of his policies that are not in line with their views. However, one important point that I would like to make is that in my original comment I said Fox leans towards the right, not that it is specifically conservative (neo-conservatism makes up only part of the right). The US right consists of neo-conservatives, right-libertarian and various nationalistic factions. Any of these factions might criticize the President if they believe that he is doing something that is not in-line with their views. This is also true for the left in the United States. The left is split between third-way Democrats (aka New Democrats or Clintonian Democrats) and progressives. Left-leaning news outlets, such as Huffingtonpost, have progressive pundits that criticize President Obama and Hillary Clinton (and of course there are also plenty of third-way Democrat pundits in these outlets that praise these people); that does not mean that these outlets are not partisan or unbiased, and a similar thing can be said about Fox, even though they have people criticizing President Trump.

  • Puffdaddy

    Thanks Obama

  • Kyle K. Moore

    That’s another solid media appearance by Reggie, this guy’s really an asset to the company. These interviews are great for their Blue Ocean strategy

  • Gestrid

    Pullin’ out all the stops!

  • Lol it was a pretty awkward interview in the beginning but it always with mainstream media outlets like this.