There's nothing special about it.
First and foremost, I have a technical question: How did you do that with getting the quote box to appear in the middle of your post rather than defaulting to the top where you can't type above it? That could be very useful knowledge to have in the future if I wish to like quote from a news article sometime without having to use the spoiler boxes that hide the text unless you click on them.
Secondly, well obviously I'm a hardcore gamer or else I probably would be here on a dedicated forum about video games. Doesn't mean I've got something against casual games. I don't! I play a bunch of them myself! Crypt of the NecroDancer. Cadence of Hyrule. Flower. Proteus. Robot Unicorn Attack 2. Super simple games made to be played in short bursts; games designed for anyone to just jump right into and out of again on a whim. I get the appeal. I don't gauge a game's awesomeness in degrees of complexity! I'm also (obviously) not against Nintendo and can appreciate the cleverness of franchises like Splatoon and the childlike wonder of gimmicks like Labo. I do have personal limits with gimmicks though. Collecting amiibos, for example, is not for me. Well anyway, it's a fair point you make really. But it's also totally disingenuous to characterize games like The Last of Us Part II as a "safer" to make than these examples. You know what I'm getting at. Games like that don't just generate passive dismissal from core gamers or something like how many casual games are treated, they face active rage, up to and include death threats against the creators. Wii Sports never got that reaction, I guarantee you.
You have also followed many of my threads and know full well that honestly, in general, indies like Untitled Goose Game and Return of the Obra Dinn and Butterfly Soup and What Remains of Edith Finch and Spiritfarer and Hades and Undertale and There Is No Game and so on usually do tend to be my favorites. I don't know why you seem to feel that the existence, creativity, sincerity, and overall excellence of these games, however, should preclude me from also appreciate that of Naughty Dog's titles just because they fall into the AAA landscape. TLOU2 is one of the most audacious games ever made for only a million different self-evident reasons that we've discussed at-length on this forum innumerable times (typically with the conclusion of the thread getting closed) and you know it. It's just ridiculous and highly dishonest to suggest otherwise.
I feel that many of Sony's modern titles have a depth to them that the sorts of older titles you mentioned liking better from them didn't and that's certainly part of the appeal to me. I enjoyed Parappa the Rapper and Katamari Damacy as much as the next person, but it doesn't preclude me from also appreciating Returnal or Death Stranding even more. I see the latter sorts as boundary-pushing titles in ways that go a little deeper.
I'd keep going, but I've lost track of what it is we're even arguing about here because it's too stupid.
Just quote like normal, and click above the text. When you do so, at least on Chrome, the little blinking thing that shows where your text is (that's the technical term for it) will look like it is giant and to the left of the quote box. Just start typing and it should push it down.