I've playing a lot of Blaster Master Zero on my Switch lately and I am really enjoying it. It's an enhanced remake of Blaster Master (which was for the NES), and it improves upon the original game in so many positive ways and fixes all of the problems it had.
I am enjoying it, although the only game I currently have for it is MK8 Deluxe. I also just bought a Pro Controller for the Switch. I can't wait for Splatoon 2 and Super Mario Odyssey, and Sonic Forces has certainly piqued my interest.
It's awesome that there are deep thinkers around here! I see you're studying to be an astrophysicist. What college do you attend?
I'm currently studying psychology at UW-Madison but I know a few things about physics and astrophysics.
I took PHY 113 and 114 in order to minor in biology. I've always had an interest astronomy; my brother collects telescopes.
Well then, I'll consider picking up that game myself. It's great to hear that it fixed Sticker Star's issues, and shortly before the game came out, I had tried to tell fans that Color Splash might fix these issues and we just need to give the game a chance. And as you may have already guessed, these fans paid no heed whatsoever to my words and continued to whine "It's Sticker Star 2.0, which automatically means it's going to suck!!! Why can't they just make another game like TTYD??!!".
You could say that these people "love going on message boards and complaining about games they've never played". XD
Personally, I don't care so much about console performance either. As long as it's not a downgrade from the Wii U, then I will be more than content. Unfortunately others don't see eye to eye with me on that.
I really like the Wii U as well. Its Gamepad gave developers an opportunity to be extra creative with their games. Unfortunately though, many developers have passed up this opportunity in favor of the sheer power offered by the Wii U's competitors.
I'm trying to stay away from Sun and Moon spoilers. I came back first to discuss the Sun and Moon demo, and now the Switch, but I'll probably leave again until the games come out.
For me personally, I don't really play any third party games except for the Sonic the Hedgehog series, and they've already announced their next game is going to be on the Switch, so it really doesn't matter to me how well it's supported by third parties, but seeing as I don't want to see a repeat of the Wii U (where I think it's a wonderful console, and everyone else seems to hate it), it is probably in my best interest to hope the support is good.