it was pretty bad. It was mega well shot, it was fun to watch no doubt, very stylish and colorful and, well, ..... Japanese
but what is going on with the lack of telling us launch titles? is potentially the only real launch title Zelda? are you kidding me? that's a delayed Wii U title! don't get me wrong, megaaaa hyped for it but that is such a weak outting on its own.
I mean the Switch has been hyped up for quite a while now and I assumed Nintendo had been working mega hard the last year or two to launch the system with a bunch of awesome launch titles. I was waiting the whole presentation for them to literally do a list of 'SWITCH LAUNCH TITLES' or whatever. never happened.
what concerns me is the strong liklihood there aren't a number more of them. Zelda + Skyrim is just not a great launch alone.
where is Metroid? F Zero? a Pokemon home console game (omg they could just make a new Pokemon Snap 2 game and it would sell like hotcakes)? a well worked on Animal Crossing game?
I don't think the price point is a problem because it likely suggests that the Switch will be somewhat powerful spec wise. I don't mind it having a bunch of gimmicky extras (motion controls) because it will have a regular control built it or whatever (and the pro controller available at launch).
what I mind is the vague and poor game lineup. I thought for certain Nintendo would have a big shocker reveal, like that Kingdom Hearts 3 would be on the Switch or something. ugh. The announced game library is the biggest disappointment at the moment. I mean literally the executive from Sega came up and spoke for a moment and rather than saying "we're proud to announce this game is coming out for the Switch (insert game)!", he said "we are hopeful to work on putting games out for the Switch" or something or other. the presentation in a nutshell.
For the Fire Emblem Dynasty Warriors game they showed NO footage, just a sword being pulled up. are you kidding me? Xenoblade 2 was choppy as hell as far as frame rate and looks mega unfinished.
I do think this is majorly concerning, and this is coming from a huge Nintendo fan. They needed (or need) like 2 huge launch titles (Zelda +++ Mario) OR they needed like a big titles and a number of surprises (Zelda ++++ F-Zero and something else? something along those lines)
fun presentation but the lack of discussion about launch titles is insanely concerning. The concept that Zelda alone is enough to sell the console for a month or two is absurd