61JaxonHMon 17th Aug 2020 I really liked the counter move. It allowed enemies to be more aggressive, and gave a good skill based reaction gameplay function to mix things up. Of course some enemies you still had to use missiles on or a morph ball bomb, or freeze, etc. overall I think it was a great addition and I hope they keep it moving forward for the 2D entries. In fact, why isn’t Samus Returns on Switch? I mean, I love it on 3DS. The 3D is amazing for a Metroid game. But I just see no good reason why they wouldn’t have done a dual release. That rumored 2D Metroid needs to hurry up, because I’ve almost lost faith in them ever releasing Prime trilogy, and who knows when Prime 4 will drop. Probably be a Switch 2 launch title, in all honesty. WarioWare Gold is top shelf, btw. Just gave it a spin. Love the amiibo functionality. He’s an artist with a canvas and whatever Amiibo you scan in, Wario will sketch a drawing of. It’s absolutely comical. An art connoisseur then offers to buy from you so you do get coins from it, but it’s hilarious seeing the drawings he comes up with for each amiibo. The game is also really fun. I feel like a Nintendo library is not complete without games like this. I’m really glad they released that last spurt of games post-Switch launch. Captain Toad is chef’s kiss. It’s like it was made for 3DS to begin with. Warioware Gold as just mentioned. Excellent. Metroid Samus Returns, arguably the best game on the 3DS- certainly one of the best. Mario & Luigi Bowsers Inside Story, even though we already had plenty of entries in that series, one more is always appreciated. Luigi’s Mansion which landed 2/3 of the series on 3DS. They really filled out the library nicely. That’s what Switch is missing. It needs a Metroid. It needs a WarioWare. It needs a Mario & Luigi. It needs at least one, maybe even two more Fire Emblem games (Genealogy of the Holy War and Thracia 776 remakes when?). It needs more diversity. I’m starting to realize now why 3DS library is so hard to rival. Because Wii U was a sinking ship, they put many of their top developers on making 3DS games, and then porting Wii U games over to the more successful 3DS. Games like Hyrule Warriors, Fire Emblem Warriors, Captain Toad, Mario Maker, even Wii ports like DKC Returns, Kirby Extra Epic Yarn and Xenoblade... they were bringing the heavy firepower for their handheld more than they ever had before. And that is how the 3DS library ended up being legendary Edited on Mon 17th August, 2020 @ 03:07 by JaxonH PLAYING NS: MH Rise Steam: MH Rise PS5: MOST EXCITED FOR 2022 NS: MH Rise Sunbreak, AC Ezio Collection, Bayonetta 3, Splatoon 3, Triangle Strategy, Kirby Forgotten Land, Mario Rabbids, Zelda BotW 2 Jesus is Lord.