It was earlier reported that Reggie Fils-Aimé, Nintendo of America president and chief operating officer, will be guesting on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to present the first Mario game that will be released on a third-party hardware, which is called Super Mario Run. There was also an announcement for the debut of the Nintendo Switch, where Jimmy Fallon got to play the game The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Jimmy Fallon said more than five times that he is freaking out during the broadcast, since Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto is present among the audience. The creator also witnessed Fallon's performance silently during the taping of the show's episode.
Fils-Aimé assisted Fallon in playing the Super Mario Run level, thus he was able to find an invincibility star. Fallon shouted and asked if Miyamoto is watching while he played, as if he was a child who is boasting his skills to his parent. Fallon was pacing back and forth, while having a broken speech, then he shook his hands, and slapped the desk, thus showing his genuine excitement in his first time opportunity to play the game.
Fils-Aimé tested rolling a boulder from a tower and dropped it into a mount of explosives in order to kill a few goblins in the demo of the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. After which, he demonstrated Switch's capability to be removed from its original housing and convert it into a portable device. Fallon then took over in playing the game.
Fallon released the Switch out of his hands and he raised his hands up when he asked if he could just pull the kickstand in the back. So he gave the other control to Fils-Aimé so that they could play a two-player game. He freaked out when he knew that it is a three consoles in one, as reported by Game Spot.