Bayonetta - Nintendo Switch; Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! - Nintendo Switch; Super Mario 3D All-Stars - Nintendo Switch; Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition - Nintendo Switch.; The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD - Nintendo Switch.
Haha I see what you did, you got us on a technicality. Nintendo is now repackaging Wii games therefore doesn't count toward the WiiU repackage games.
All kidding aside, Nintendo was suppose to give us the best of both world combining 3DS and WiiU on one platform. That promise certainly as not happen and Nintendo themselves just publicly announce that they will invest 900 million in Software development showing a lack of production. There also the concern about what the heck is happening at Retro studios? For a company known for quality they just release the worst entry in the Mario Golf series which as always been a must own on what ever platform it release.
My biggest pleasant surprise was how good BotW turned out to be and I am happy that we will get BotW 2 next year.
Well if you want to include all remakes and remasters from other generations, then it's definitely going to increase it. It looks like it's about 41:18 at that point. Which I would still disagree is primarily it's library. Though personally I don't see why remakes should be viewed in a negative light. However, you also have to remember the the 3DS, due to it's low resolution and graphical quality, was much easier to develop "high quality" games for, because the threshold was much lower than the Switch. Case in point, Legends Arceus would have been amazing/impossible on 3DS, but it's heavily criticized for a Switch game graphically.
IDK what's going on with Retro. I'm hoping Prime 4 is a 2022 release, but I highly doubt we will see BotW 2, Bayo 3 AND Metroid Prime 4 all in the same year. I feel they'd save it for 2023. That would mean in 9 years they would have only released one game. Which is crazy considering their aptitude.
Just because you say 41 games release some of these game are hardly worth mentioning 1-2-switch; Labo stuff; Arm; Splatoon games; Mario Kart Live; Mario Golf: Rush. In Nintendo case the remake a quick port that can feel the gap between new release especially for new switch owner. But, for someone that don't want to pay full price for a remake or interest in it these gap are getting longer and longer. Especially when you big release is a game or genre that you don't care. I never really enjoy Bayonetta 1 or 2, therefore I couldn't care less about 3. if BotW 2 get delayed next year that would suck.
I don't intend to play Legends Arceus; therefore, do not have an opinion on it. Good for every one that have been asking for this open world Pokemon game for a long time. I guess!
You seem to forget that the Switch itself in term of todays spec is a low resolution and graphical quality system. Actually, the switch limitation might actually make it much harder to make high quality games due to spec limitation.
It's pretty obvious that they scrap a few games project at Retro; I don't think we can say that studio as aptitude since they haven't been able to release a game in 9 years. It sad since they were one of the studio that made game that cater to a more mature audience at Nintendo.