Here is the link,wowsers,it's like a window of bad just bad.http://za.ign.com/the-legend-of-zelda-hd-158649/103927/video/15-minutes-of-zelda-breath-of-the-wild-on-nintendo-switch
First of all Nintendo definitely trying to butter up Switch sales in their comparisons.They claim this here video version on the switch will 900p,while the Wii version will be 720p.
If that is 900p i am Donald trump.It's is 1980's shadows,horrible textures,everything is just fogged out.
Ok so the game play,looks like it was made for a 5-8 year old,incredibly linear,super easy gaming...."hold up Sheikah slate here" are you serious,man that looks complicated lol.
Then if you watch the other video of the guy playing on the console ,the lighting is real bad,too bright,the colors are dithered out from the brightness.http://http//ca.ign.com/articles/2017/01/17/nintendo-explains-differences-between-switch-wii-u-versions-of-zelda-breath-of-the-wild?watch
Anyhow,no way is that 900p graphics, if they are then everyone would have returned their tv's years ago because that would be horrible to watch.You can definitely tell the engine/machine cannot handle much because there is hardly any action on the screen at one time.Pretty much you and a lot of space to run around but hardly any mobs around.
HQ sounds?.....lol i would expect those same sounds on the Wii,i doubt you'll notice any difference.The "speed up" ability looks fake,he swims way faster with no immersive reason why and in run mode his animation is pretty fast,almost to o fast.
They also seem like it's the first time they ever used a physics engine,so they overdo the knockback on hits.
Overall,imo not a game i want,looks very ho hum average,does not look like a Triple A game...just a game with some character named Link.IF you keep watching the IGN advert guy comes up and tries to point out every single asset on the screens,he is really stretching to point out VERY little....Ok and over here we have a rock,over here some horses "2"lmao etc etc.
Never forget 3 mile Island and never trust a government official or company spokesman.