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Game Informer now has its own interview up with Nintendo’s Yoshiaki Koizumi. The two sides chatted about Switch with a few questions and answers. Koizumi talked about the initial vision for the system and how long it’s been since the plan was put in place, the technical side of things, and Joy-Con colors.

We’ve picked out these excerpts below. You can read the full interview on Game Informer.

Here’s a bit of incredibly interesting news. With consumers now getting their hands on the Switch Pro Controller, we’re able to get a better understanding of its capabilities. And as it turns out, the Pro Controller seems to work natively on PC. All indications are that it works as a standard Windows gamepad.

Here’s a look at it in action:

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The latest Puyo Puyo Tetris trailer from SEGA introduces the game’s various features and modes. Have a look at the video below.

Twitter user linkees has cracked open the Switch Joy-Con to show off what the device looks like from the inside. A few photos can be found below.

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IGN just uploaded a video about how Nintendo made the Switch. There are a lot of interesting statements from both Yoshiaki Koizumi and Shinya Takahashi.

Check it out below:

A bit of new Puyo Puyo Tetris footage was shown on Switch during today’s episode of SEGA Raw. We’ve posted the recording below.

Nintendo has been advertising Switch in various away over the past couple of months. We can all likely agree that the company’s biggest effort was the commercial shown during the Super Bowl a few weeks ago. Aside from the advert shown during the big game, Nintendo is marketing Switch in other various ways. It appears that commercials are even airing in movie theaters at the moment.

This actually isn’t the first time Nintendo has advertised at the movies. Many years ago, Donkey Kong Country Returns received similar treatment way back in the day.

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This week’s issue of Famitsu will obviously have a ton of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild content – but it also has the special artwork you see above, which features the original Link from the first Legend of Zelda game handing over the Master Sword of Resurrection to the current Link from Breath of the Wild. This celebrates the 30-year history of the series as well as the connection between those two games specifically, which have a focus on an open world and a freedom to choose where to go and what to do at any time.

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The first of Nintendo’s “unexpected places” events with Switch was held earlier today. This was the one held at the Snowmass Ski Resort in Aspen, Colorado.

Nintendo has passed along some photos, which we have in the attached gallery. Descriptions of each one are also below.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, the Nintendo Switch in Unexpected Places is set against the backdrop of the Snowmass Ski Resort in Aspen, Colorado, on Feb. 27. The versatility of the Nintendo Switch system allows consumers to play in a variety of settings, from the comfort of their own living room to any location imaginable. The new Nintendo Switch home gaming system launches worldwide on March 3.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, the Nintendo Switch in Unexpected Places is set against the backdrop of the Snowmass Ski Resort in Aspen, Colorado, on Feb. 27. The experience provided consumers with the opportunity to sample the new Nintendo Switch home gaming system, launching worldwide on March 3.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, kids discover the Nintendo Switch in Unexpected Places at Snowmass Ski Resort in Aspen, Colorado, on Feb. 27. A home gaming system with the portability of a handheld, the Nintendo Switch system launches worldwide on March 3.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, local fans from the Snowmass Ski Resort in Aspen, Colorado, play the Nintendo Switch system in tabletop mode. A home gaming system with the portability of a handheld, the Nintendo Switch system launches worldwide on March 3.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, pro snowboarders play the 1-2-Switch game on the Nintendo Switch system while in tabletop mode in the Snowmass Ski Resort in Aspen, Colorado. The new Nintendo Switch home gaming system launches worldwide on March 3.

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Amazon UK is now taking pre-orders for the new Snipperclips Joy-Con bundle. This is the standard Neon Red/Blue bundle, but with a special code included for Snipperclips. If you were planning on buying both, it’ll save you a bit of extra cash. Place an order here if interested.