This is the same problem that occured in the best E3 thread where you started an argument by saying that you are baffled that so many people think Nintendo's E3 Direct was great when it had so many ports and remasters. When it was pointed out to you that people are actually first and foremost excited because of the exclusive lineup, you made yourself believe that your original point still stands and made implicit and explicit statements that people who disagreed with you have poor reading comprehension and/or low standards when judging the quality of a presentation.
It's a recurring situation where either your argument or the way you present your argument is of insufficient quality. But I'd actually say that it's a combination of both.
I ended up agreeing with a few ppl on the overall quality being good (which was my take too) because of the exclusives, but I'll take your word for it.