Is there anyone among us who doesn't have a popular game or two that they don't particularly care for?
I'm not hard to please. I've already said twice already that all it would take would be one or two updates to satisfy me.
There's a difference between not liking a game and referring to it as trash. Like... I really don't care for Skyrim but I definitely wouldn't call it trash. Because, objectively, there are a lot of things that are really good about the game and it's clearly well made. Same with GTA.
Part of what makes a game resonate with a person is subjective, but a big part of quality is subjective. You can not like Smash, but referring to it as trash definitely makes me question your judgment.
At any rate what would make you happy is info about a niche franchise that essentially bombed in its last outing... and a port of a game that didn't seem to do all that great on Switch, and will almost certainly going to sell less than the port you didn't care about... So, again, your tastes are different than other Nintendo fans. Nothing wrong with that, but if you have unique tastes, a presentation geared towards the masses is less likely to satisfy you.
I don't mean to go too far off topic here, but I'd like to challenge some of this post. I think it's dangerous mixing the word "objectivity" into any personal assessment of a video game.
I believe Smash Bros. is an excellent series and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate deserves a 9/10. But that has everything to do with how I prefer games to be designed, my musical tastes, my flexibility on online multiplayer, my philosophy on content and value, etc. It's a matter of personal taste. If most people concur with me, then I have struck a cord with a popular opinion, not an objective truth.
You can objectively catalog what a game contains and dispassionately measure its performance, but once you determine the importance of something or assign value to a component, you have thrown objectivity out the window.
Happy to continue this conversation on a wall, since it's pretty far removed from the OP