Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and nothing comes even close.
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Oh boy this thread again. The blind fanboy "why is Company X still around even though I don't like them?" thread. Cool. Go learn about market diversity a bit and the large and varied demographics of gamers and come back.
3D is definitely the better version unless you're speedrunning. It's just visually crisper, still has all the fun bugs and glitches from the original, and plays overall a bit smoother thanks to having 2 screens. Aiming with gyro is pretty nifty as well. And like someone else mentioned, Master Mode which the GC port included is a nice touch.
I'm not holding it in my hand when I play a vast majority of the time, though. So uh, no.
I think the WiiU, it's just a rounded Wii, and it looks just generally cheaper than the other systems, including the 3DS. The 3DS is very hard to judge, too, because there's a million different models. If I had to pick a specific model though the slate design 2DS' are garbage. They feel fine in the hand but just design-wise, no thanks, I'll keep my New 3DS.
Mario Party after it left the N64 increasingly worsened over the years. I played quite a few of the ones after 3 and besides I think 4 and 5, didn't care much for any of them.
Really nothing comes close to how far that series has fallen.
I thought gaming was supposed to be about having fun. Yes, FPS can be important, and yes for certain genres (especially the ones with PvP emphasis) it's very necessary, but for single player experiences, I truly believe a stable locked 30 is fine if the visual fidelity is boosted as a tradeoff. Gamers nowadays forget how little frames mattered in the past and only came to prominence with the rise of online gaming. I don't deny its significance, but to tout it as a be-all-end-all, I think you should probably take a step back and not be so offended just because a game may not have it.
Of the currently relevant stuff: Switch, PS4, Xbox One S (I almost never play this though), 3DS, and WiiU (using the term "relevant" loosely here, and I'm getting rid of it soon because every game I cared about for it has been moved to the Switch except for Super Mario 3D World which I won't lose sleep over).
But I also own a PS3, Wii, and Dreamcast, as well as a DS Lite, GBA SP, and PSP.
It's a pretty hard choice looking without my personal bias because there are so many solid franchises under their umbrella, but my personal favorite is going to always be Pokemon. Smash is a close second, though, and Kirby, Mario, and Zelda are all great too.