This week, Jimmy Fallon's Late Night provided a kind of victory lap for video gaming's heavy-hitting brands coming out of E3. "Video Game Week" on the show wrapped up last night with Reggie Fils-Aime, the boss of Nintendo of America, giving Fallon some hands-on time with the Wii U.
Sure, it's a hype appearance, but Fallon isn't a trained product demonstrator like we saw up on stage in Los Angeles. So this is the best we can do, for now, in the "real people playing the Wii U" category. He tosses some shuriken in Takamura's Ninja Castle, one of the 12 attractions inside the Nintendo Land suite debuting with the console. He then zombifies his face (as Fils-Aime did to his own on stage) within ZombiU, though no live gameplay is shown.