I bought a switch two days ago. I've never owned a nintendo console before in my life, until two days ago. I was able to get a 100 dollars discount on the console, but I didn't buy any games.
I bought Puyo Puyo Tetris, but... I imported the PS4 and PS Vita versions from Japan, two years ago, because I never thought it would come to the US. Honestly, I'd rather play it on PS4, still, since I don't wanna have to go through the adventure mode, unlocking everything again, no matter what language the game is in.
Not very interested in Mario Odyssey, but this Legend of Zelda seems to have a lot of 10/10 reviews. I've heard of link, but I've never played any of the games, for obvious reasons. So, I was thinking about doing that.
And, then there's Pokken. I mean.. I like Tekken, so I might like pokken?
But, it's going to be pokken, zelda, or maybe xeno/whatever it's being called now. The last and only game i played in the series was Xenosaga episode I on PS2. I liked it, and completed it, if that helps.
And, before the Wii U, I was very anti-nintendo. I thought the Wii-U was just an "ok" device, but nothing I actually wanted to own, or play on. The switch, being even better was enough for me to even have the thought of owning the console. Then, I had an opportunity to get it at 100 dollars discounted, and I figured now was the time, because I wouldnt get another chance at that price, for at least another two years. So, other than the stuff I see people play on twitch or youtube, I really don't know jack squat about the games.
I'm also totally against getting multi-plats on the Switch. That is weird, for the same reason it's weird to get multiplats on PS4. I have a GTX 1080 Ti FTW3, so all multiplats are on PC. So, no Skyrim, I have it on steam, and haven't touched it. No Doom either, I also have that on steam.