If there's any console to draw from when it comes to remasters, it's the Wii U - a console very few people had. Not to mention, it's nice not to deal with the convoluted setup and interface for Switch with those games.
Even myself, a pretty big Nintendo fan, only ever had a handful of Wii U games, so many of the remasters (like Hyrule Warriors and Captain Toad) are new to me. And even a lot of the games I had like Pikmin 3 and Rayman Legends, I never got too far in anyway.
Now though, between the ease in filling out the library with recycled games and the combined efforts from the handheld dev teams, Nintendo really needs to start cranking out a slew of brand new games starting next year, if not holiday season of this year. Covid or no, there's little excuse at this point for the relative drought in big 1st party offerings in the past year, year and a half. Really Clubhouse Games, Animal Crossing, and Paper Mario are the only ones of note for me this year.
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