There is no doubt that the Nintendo Switch is doing pretty well for itself. This is a huge 180 for the company, especially with the disaster and massive flop that was the Nintendo Wii U. However, this doesn’t mean that Nintendo can try and convince more people to hop on board the Switch platform.


In fact, if you live in the US and will be flying around or out of the country, you might want to check out several Nintendo Switch demo kiosks that will be placed in select airports. This includes the Dulles International Airport, Seattle Tacoma International Airport, O’Hare International Airport, and the Dallas Love Field Airport.

These kiosks will be temporary setups and will give gamers a chance to check out and play the Nintendo Switch for themselves, with Nintendo presumably hoping that it will draw more customers into its ecosystem. The dates of availability will depend on the airport, but they are currently expected to run from the 16th of February to the 29th of March, 17th of February to the 29th of March, 17th February to the 29th of March, and 13th February to the 26th of March respectively.

Some of the games that will be playable include Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Odyssey, Super Mario Party and Tetris 99.

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