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Wouldn't it make sense to have these be PS4-exclusive games? Given the choice, I'll take games like Wonderboy and Yooka Laylee on my Switch.

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@ronaldmcreagan: So tedious. I mostly loved the game but was so put off by that last level requirement. Basically forced me to endure those boring side quests that often tried to make the world's even more boring politics exciting.

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It's kind of maddening to keep seeing these games that are perfect Switch -- and totally runnable -- not, in fact, be on Switch. What's the deal?

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I'm glad someone put Phantom Hourglass on their list. I'm sure it plays horribly now but at the time it was such a thrill.

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@Brettsky128: Same goes for Super Mario Maker.

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Played the demo and really enjoyed it. Will probably pick it up eventually. Also, props to Nintendo for the relatively small graphical disparity. I was quite impressed with how the visuals looked given the aging 3DS hardware.

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I think this will royally piss me off if the Wii U version is delayed alongside it. A final screw-over from Nintendo to Wii U owners.

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Only surprise here for me is Nintendogs and Luigi's Mansion selling so well. Or maybe, to think of it another way, that's illustrative of how poorly some other titles sold. (Poor Fire Emblem.)

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I just don't understand why the aesthetics are listed as the sole "Good." I think this game looks awful -- like, it somehow looks worse than Yoshi's Island DS, which doesn't make sense given that the 3DS is much stronger hardware.

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You picked Mario Kart 8 over Smash Bros.? Somewhere, Sakurai is reeling, clutching his broken arm.