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curl-6 said:
Cerebralbore101 said:

If I were in your perspective, I'd say the Switch blows. I mean we're looking at the following for exclusives if we leave out remakes/ports/remasters and Torna...

Super Mario Odyssey
Mario X Rabbids
Xenoblade 2
Splatoon 2

Smash Ultimate
Mario Tennis Aces
Super Mario Party
Kirby Star Allies

Poke'mon Sword/Shield
Luigi's Mansion 3
Astral Chain
Yoshi's Crafted World
Super Mario Maker 2
Fire Emblem Three Houses

Animal Crossing
Age of Calamity
Origami King
51 Worldwide Classics

Luckily for me I don't see it that way. I think Torna, Let's Go, Link's Awakening, and Xenoblade Remake should all count for something.

In terms of exclusives I do feel the Switch is weak by Nintendo standards so far, especially as I'm not into most of the games listed.

Still, like I say, the third party support goes a long way to redeeming it, plus games like Mario Odyssey, Xenoblade 2, and Splatoon 2 are still excellent.

Third parties are mostly multiplat nowadays, we can't really espect them to release as many exclusives as way back in time. The only way to have a door comparison is comparing first parties and second parties 

The last Nintendo console with as many good first and second party games as Switch was SNES

Unless maybe you are thinking on Game Cube, I never had one, so I have no opinion about it. But Switch stomps N64, Wii and Wii U very easily