Alright, I'll admit it, I was wrong. I figured software would slow down this year, but they just announced a TON of brand new exclusives none of us knew about that are almost entirely launching between now and September. I think we are FINALLY seeing the benefits of them merging their handheld and console software divisions in terms of production capabilities. And some of those games, particularly Switch Sports and MK8D getting 48 courses through the end of 2023, are massive indicators that Nintendo is planning on not having a console come out any earlier than late 2024 (why support MK8 to the end of 2023 and then release a brand new console a few months later? Makes no sense) and probably not until Spring 2025.
A next-generation Nintendo game would look like Xenoblade 3... just at locked 1080p/60 FPS and with great texture filtering. Honestly, after 5 years, there should already be a revision that manages to accomplish at least half of that. Seeing yet another Xenoblade game that looks a bit blurry is disappointing.
My bet with The_Liquid_Laser: I think the Switch won't surpass the PS2 as the best selling system of all time. If it does, I'll play a game of a list that The_Liquid_Laser will provide, I will have to play it for 50 hours or complete it, whatever comes first.