Dragon Ball FighterZ
Dragon Ball FighterZ is finally releasing on Switch soon, nine months after the game hit other platforms, which dares publisher Bandai Namco to create a launch trailer that isn't just redundant. To do just that, the trailer focuses on the Switch's unique features while also showing off that the game seems to run quite alright on the system.
In the below trailer, two friends wearing orange and blue/white (get it) are yelled at by their grandmother or landlady, it's not totally clear, for making too much noise playing FighterZ on Switch. So they take the right outside and catch the attention of a young woman, who joins them for play. The battles continue and come to a head with a force when the older woman wearing purple with a hairless cat by her side ends up taking part in the fight as well.
I also think it has a reference to 1990s comedy Home Improvement but I might be wrong.
The Switch version of the game has one-on-one rights, two-versus-two, and individual three-versus-three, as shown in the trailer. You don't have to dress like your favorite characters to enjoy the game when it releases on September 28 but no one is going to tell you it hurts.