The beauty of the Nintendo Switch is you can dock it at home or take it on the go. The console’s versatility is a big part of its charm, and a reason why it’s so popular around the globe.
While most people are content to play the Nintendo Switch on a train or a plane, YouTube channel Юзя got really crazy and took the console skydiving.
In a video posted this week, the channel showcases a number of regular use cases for the Switch—on a roof, on a train, and in a park. But nothing beats the thrill of paragliding in Zelda: Breath of the Wild while falling toward Earth.
In the run up to the Switch’s release, Nintendo released a series of commercials touting the console’s portability. This fan-made video, however, is better than anything we’ve seen from Nintendo thus far. Not only does it bring the Switch to new heights (literally), it finds great ways to incorporate sound effects from Donkey Kong.
I can already see this becoming a trend: Where’s the craziest place you’ve played the Switch? #WhereISwitch
On a volcano? In a submarine? On the International Space Station? It doesn’t matter where; the beauty is the Nintendo Switch is capable of providing a home console experience (almost) anywhere in the world.
Check out the video above to see the madness in action.
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