That is something;
Google started off as a search engine, and now it's gone on to basically dominate the electronics market. That is strange considering you'd never expect such a thing; DuckDuckGo wouldn't do that because it's just a search engine, would it?
As for the main subject (sorry, we have to get back on topic here.
), from what I've seen, looks like Nintendo's bounced back from the Wii U for how well it was designed and how it surpassed the Wii U's lifetime sales in less than a year. I personally haven't played the Switch yet and have no intentions of doing so anytime soon at best; I don't really game anymore, and if I do partake in gaming, I'd just watch a longplay, so personally the Switch doesn't really matter to me much. Plus, I'd be fine with emulating Nintendo's older games rather than spending potentially thousands of dollars on games I'd never really get into or just plain don't really provide me that much.
While we're on the subject of games not really providing me that much, Super Mario Odyssey, from SunnyYT's walkthrough of it, did
have charming atmosphere and the new Capture mechanic, but it's art style is so much different from earlier Mario games, almost to where it doesn't even fit IMO - since you used to have flat colors for 'textures', having you be able to imagine what it looks or feels like just like every Nintendo game out there, and now its all gone - and I personally expected it to use Google Earth, meaning you could explore the real world in
the game (and not with,
since it tends to be confused with Pokemon GO) and have certain favorite or childhood locations saved for visiting later. If that were the case, I assume its sales would've very possibly broke even the original Super Mario Bros.'s, being the first game of its kind.
Also, I personally feel SMO comes very close to the theme of the Super Mario Bros. movie, and while some gamers might appreciate that, I feel it's a bit weird especially considering that the former's rated E10+ (And, in fact, is the first Mario game with an ESRB rating descriptor included in its moral warnings), and the latter's rated PG.
Other such games which were previously E have gotten the same treatment, and that's
a little concerning since the same thing happened with family movies and Cartoon Network cartoons in general and most recently, Shantae's latest game was rated T. (Which personally I expected to be rated E10+ just like her last two titles, but I've never expected it to be rated T in that case.)
Other than that, I have nothing else to say about Switch.