Temporary video game lounges will appear at some US airports, which will be created by Nintendo.
A well-known Japanese manufacturer of video games and game consoles plans to create something like a pop-up store. These will be places where visitors can not only buy goods, but also just have fun playing the latest Nintendo developments. They feature comfortable seating and Nintendo Switch handheld game consoles, with titles such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Odyssey, Super Mario Party, Tetris 99 and more. there will also be sockets that they can use to charge their gadgets.
The company assumes that pop-up video salons will become attractive for people who are forced to stay at the airport for a long time, waiting for their flight. It will also be possible to place an order for the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite consoles - everyone who does this will receive a branded bag for free. It is possible to purchase the latest games.
Visitors will also be able to receive a free luggage wrapping service using branded materials. Plus a free coupon for $10 for items Nintendo in any of the stores of the Target network (the discount is provided when making a purchase in the amount of $75 or more).
It is already known that video salons will operate in 4 major US airports from February 13th to March 29th. It is possible that if their experience is successful, then Nintendo will be more active in this direction, opening similar temporary institutions in other airports.