Man, Nintendo wasn't messing around cranking out game annoucements at their Direct. They're gonna make me broke :/.
I was lukewarm about their showing at first but in hindsight they really did showcase quite a bit, with a nice mix of new announcements (or at least finally showing footage of stuff teased at), and more in depth footage of stuff already announced.
Especially after this showing, Switch's library just looks completely stacked. Only area it's still semi-lacking is the brand new, flashy AAA stuff (especially from 3rd parties), but I just plain don't put as much stock in most of these types of games as others.
Switch is still largely a port/indie machine but I'm fine with that, as I love indies, and I'm usually slow with catching up to modern releases, hell many of the ports/remasters coming to Switch I STILL haven't played or have barely touched. I'm still playing through Diablo III for the first time, that's how far behind I am on many of these games lol.
After the show, game's I'm definitely getting:
Mario Maker 2
Zelda: Link's Awakening
Trial Of Mana (Nintendo's pleasant surprise of the show for me. Secret of Mana is still one of my favorite RPGs and I've barely played the Japan-only sequel)
Metroid Prime 4 (should be "probably" since I know nothing about it but let's be honest, of course I'll get it :P)
Zelda BotW 2
My Friend Pedro
Gods And Monsters (Unsure of XB One vs Switch)
Luigi's Mansion 3
And hell, there's still probably 7 or 8 games that have already been out for Switch that I've just been holding off picking up..
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