Only got Zelda, Fast RMX and Snipperclips so far. Zelda is as amazing as people say everywhere, but old Zelda fans really have to rethink and be able to always figure out a certain goal by themselves. But that comes naturally, I just love how it's different in that regard. And even though everything's different in a way, you always recognize the Zelda formula, it's really crazy when I think of the many moments that seemingly had nothing to do with Zelda, but made me realize that they're indeed really Zelda-like when it comes to overcoming obstacles and solving a problem... like figuring out a way to take over an enemy camp without using too many resources or when it comes to traversing the landscape and getting to a place high up.
Snipperclips: Loved the demo, it was great fun playing with fans and figuring everything out. It's just so weird and goofy, love it. The puzzles make you feel so satisfied once you know how to solve them and it's just funny as hell because of the overall style of the game. Didn't play the full game now (since it's best played with friends) but it'll be a blast, I'm certain. It's such a nice showcase for the tabletop mode with both joy cons held sideways, too. In fact, demo was the first game I started on the system, of course in table top mode. Having played it three times now with different people and a small discount was enough to buy it in a heartbeat. Plus, it's only 20€/$/£, just like Fast RMX. Crazy that you get these games for such a low price while Nintendo charges more than the double amount of money for 1-2 Switch. Anyway, for me that's okay, I'm way less interested in the latter one (and reviews are mixed as well). If it isn't below 20 or 15, I won't bother with that. There's more exciting stuff, like:
Fast RMX: Well, its Fast Racing Neo with better graphics, a ton of new stuff and really nice feeling HD rumble. I had a blast playing this with friends when showcasing the Switch. It was really perfect for that, since I basically had three controllers already (joy cons + Pro Controller) and it was so easy and fast to get started that way. Can't wait for MK8 DX now, even though I own it on Wii U with all the DLC, but for the reasons above and the amazing portability, it totally pays off. Coming to...
The Nintendo Switch itself. God I love the system! It's so tiny and strong for its size, it's crazy. It's such a fast process packing the console (with the dock etc) in a bag and going over to a friends house, just because everything is so light and small. It shines even more if you compare it to the Wii U, ough. That had a heavy console unit, that bulky game pad and power cable (lets call it power unit, since it's so bulky). The Switch? Tiny display, light joy cons, a charging cable as big and heavy as the ones used for smartphones and a light dock - that's it! The display is vibrant, HD and therefore really crisp. Love playing Zelda in bed, there's almost no difference to the experience since the display is so good. Joy Cons also feel the most comfortable when being attached to the Switch instead of the (I admit) cramping Joy Con grip.
And oh my god, the UI. It's simple, snappy and so fast, it's night and day compared to the Wii U (speaking of which: there are changeable UI designs with (currently) black and white for night or day use). Now that I have the Switch, I really realize how annoying the load times, the overdesigned UI, the constant Mii sounds and that cutesy, Wii-like music were. It now feels like a simple, fast, reliable and serious gaming machine. Did I already say that it's fast? Because you never really turn the Switch off (it just goes to sleep mode), so it's always ready to go. It takes like 5 secs to get back into Breath of the Wild. I never, ever want to go back to the Wii U. Nintendo does so many things right with this one, I strongly believe that it's going to have a great game library eventually. Heck, Yooka-Laylee, Mario Oddysee, a new Fire Emblem game, Splatoon, Snake Pass, Smash... It's already great from the confirmed games.
I know it's old, just like Skyrim, but I would go crazy if we really get a GTA 5 Switch version at some point in the future. And we're not that far off, considering Skyrim coming to the system and the promise of a great success (or a success that is big enough to warrant such ports). I mean, portable GTA 5, who would not love that?
So many people reacted really excited / were flashed by the console when I showed it to them step by step in all its modes - it's really a new thing with a great concept that is executed so well. It attracts gamers beyond hardcore Nintendo fans, since it's through and through a "cool" device. It'll have a great future, I'm certain.