More Over…watch? Smash. Poke-Man. Don't care. I'm mildly amused that they make a big deal of cooking curry on rice in Poke-Man. I'm not sure what that has to do with cockfighting.
"Dragon Quest XI S Echoes of an Elusive Age Definitive Edition" might be the most Microsofty videogame name ever made. Shame on you, Squenix & Nintendo. But it looks pretty.
SNES retro console is pretty great. But we do already have emulators and old ROMS on pirated sites. Some new cheaty features like making Super Ghouls & Ghosts playable instead of a bitter lesson in frustration and failure, knowing that you will never be good enough to see the end of it, are really not appropriate. And they only work while you have a subscription, so when Nintendo shuts that service down in a couple years, your emulator games go away with it. The SNES controller is awesome… but can't be used as a Joy Con, so it's unusable with other games.
More Tetris 99, "daily missions" gamification. Yeah, great, I've already played Puzzle & Dragons.
Mario & Sanic Summer Olympics! Just in time for winter. I do like these kind of games.
Doom 64, Jedi Knights II, Witcher 3, etc. because everyone's porting every old game to Switch.
Grid Autosports is promising. Farming Simulator! That actually makes some sense on a portable console. Xenoblade Chronicles remaster next year.
Animal Crossing New Horizons: 3.20.2020
I must say, I don't like the metaphor of phone as UI to everything. AC is more of an old-timey setting, it should just have a book for tutorial.
The bug & fish catching seems deep like the console games. Not much detail shown here, like everything in this long pre-release struggle.
Maybe too much emphasis on multiplayer? I don't want people on my island, only animals.
Still, I'm waiting for AC:NH to get a Switch. I miss my Pocket Camp a bit, but then I see reddit or other videos mention how grindy it's got, and I'm glad I quit.