Nintendo launches pop-up Switch Lounges to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

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Nintendo is carrying somewhat amusing to certain airports the nation over – including Seattle-Tacoma International Airport – by bringing Switch parlors to entertain busy travelers.

The parlors will permit travelers to pause for a moment and play some well-known video games, including Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8, Super Mario Odyssey, Super Mario Party and Tetris 99.

Game demos will be accessible in both handheld and TV modes.

“Spending time with Nintendo games at our On The Go lounges will allow people to begin or end their journeys with a smile,” Nick Chavez, Nintendo of America’s senior VP of sales and marketing, said in an online news release.

At the point when they’re finished playing the games, travelers can order a Switch or Switch Lite system and get a free carrying case. Select games and merchandise will likewise be accessible to order. All orders will be transported within two business days.

The first pop-up Switch Lounge opened at Dallas Love Field airport on Feb. 13. Three others – Dulled International Airport in Washington, D.C.; O’Hare International Airport in Chicago; and Sea-Tac air terminal in Seattle – will open on Monday, Feb. 17. Every one of the four parlors will run through Sunday, March 29.

Nintendo said it’s to help feature the Switch’s portability.

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David Aaron

David Aaron is an American diplomat, and international expert and writer who served in the jimmy carter administration. He graduated from Occidental College with a BA. He later received an honorary Ph.D from Occidental College.