Kid Icarus: Uprising, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Legend of Zelda: Ocraina of Time, Star Fox 64 3DS, Resident Evil: Revelations, Kingdom Hearts: DDD, Etrian Odyssey IV, Final Fantasy: Theatrythm, Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask, Tales of the Abyss, Metal Gear Solid 3DS if you get a CPP, Zero Escape, Rythm Thief, and Code of Princess.
The World Ends With You, Time Hollow, Suikoden Tierkreis, Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, Zelda: Spirit Tracks, FF III, FF IV, SMT: Strange Journey , SMT: Devil Survivor, Mario 64 DS, Advance Wars: Dual Strike, Advance Wars: Days of Ruin, Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow, Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin, Wario Ware: Touched, Mario Kart DS, New Super Mario Bros, entire Phoenix Wright series, entire Professor Layton series, Trauma Centre 1 and 2, Resident Evil Deadly Silence, Lock's Quest, Chrono Trigger, entire Etrian Odyssey series, Kingdom Hears 358/2, Ninja Gaiden, Ultimate Mortal Kombat, Pokemon D/P/Pt, Pokemon: HG/SS, Pokemon B/W, Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia, Pokemon Ranger: Guardian Signs, Knights in the Nightmare, Disgaea, Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, Trace Memory, Dementium, Dragon Quest: IV, Dragon Quest: Joker, Lunar Knights, Hotel Dusk Room 215, 999, and Metroid: Prime Hunters.
Mario games have peaked at Mario 64, we all know this, it isn't even opinion. While on the other hand, many people would argue that Skyward Sword was the best Zelda game yet! Then let's take into account that of ACTUAL Mario games there are really more than Zelda games. By actual games this means games where Link/Mario is the protagonist and doesn't just make a cameo appearance or one of the many random games the Mario series has spawned over the decades. You can't really say that there are any bad Zelda games (excluding CD-i) but you can say there are bad Mario games. Then there is the redundancy in every Mario game, the majority are practically the same with some minor tweaks to them whereas Zelda has greatly differing levels and especially weapons. The most redundant thing in Mario has to be Bowser is in practically all of them whereas Ganon is not even in half, only 7 out of 16 of them unless you count the linked ending in Oracle as two appearances instead of one. If you disagree with what I said then please comment.
Alright, here is my opinion on Superman. No matter what it is, pretty much everything Superman just sucks. Most of the movies, the games, the comics, but the tv series seems to do well. The problem with Superman is that he has a crappy arch-nemesis, Lex Luther, a rich guy whose only problem with Superman is he made his hair fall out and just jealous. What a motive. The biggest reason I see Lex is even a villian is because he is rich. He is rich so he can afford Kryptonite which everyone knows is the only thing that can hurt Superman. Lex being such a laughably poor villain makes the movies uninteresting while Batman has great villains that are psychopaths and the results of accidents. Not only that, the games suck because being the strongest being in the Universe isn't fun really when the constant thing to avoid is-you guessed it, Kryptonite. Now the comics, I will admit I enjoyed the Man of Steel comics, the other comics on the other hand are a mess. With all the different writers nothing is kept straight making Superman literally so ridiculously powerful you would think a 2nd grader wrote it such as Superman having to sneeze so he flies all the way to another solar system and blows it all away, A SNEEZE. Let's just ignore the craziness of this idea. In that case a footstep would cause devastating earthquakes and each breathe would destroy cities. Superman isn't Goku, he can't turn his power level up and down at will which also brings up Superman's flying, how does he go faster? Stretch his arms out further? I don't think there is any practical reason for liking Superman when he fails across the board other than being the first popular superhero.