Xbox One, PS4 demoed by Jimmy Fallon

Watch Late Night talk show host Jimmy Fallon demo the next-gen rivals

June 23, 2013
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Jimmy Fallon’s Video Game Week has kicked off, and the Late Night host was lucky enough to do some on-stage demos from the Xbox One and PS4.

Fallon, a self-confessed lover of video games, got to try out the highly-anticipated Watch Dogs on PS4, while also getting a go at the brutal fighting reboot, Killer Instinct.

Jimmy Fallon shows that he’s not the best driver in the world, but we do get to see some new gameplay from Ubisoft’s exciting hack-‘em-up.

One of the surprising reveals was that of Killer Instinct – a reboot of the famed series coming exclusively to Xbox One

The game only got a brief trailer at E3, but it shows that the bloody and often insane battles and characters will return.

During the week, Jimmy Fallon also demoed Knack, which is Sony’s new PS4 exclusive that is described as a physics-based adventure game, and the result is gameplay which is a little bit like Crash Bandicoot, and a little bit like Katamari Damacy,

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