1ilikeikeMon 3rd Sep 2018 I think it's safe to sat that 2018 hasn't exactly been the year that most Nintendo fans have been hoping for. Sure, we've gotten some cool Switch games like Mario Tennis Aces and Octopath Traveler, but much of the year has been filled with Wii U and third-party ports which, while cool in their own way, can't hold a candle to brand-new first-party exclusives. The big Pokemon game for this year is already stirring up significant controversy among the fanbase. The online service also looks to disappoint much of the Nintendo community. Smash Bros Ultimate seems to be the only universally-hyped upcoming Switch game, but that isn't even arriving until the very end of the year. Especially comparing 2018's releases with Nintendo's incredible 2017, this year feels like even more of a letdown. But 2019, on the other hand--this will be a special year. Unlike the end of 2017, in which we were left in the dark as to what the next year would bring, here we are in 2019 with an already-stellar idea of what 2019's lineup will look like. Next year, we will get: Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Fire Emblem: Three Houses Daemon x Machina Yoshi Switch DOOM Eternal Dragon Quest XI Core Pokemon Game Bayonetta 3 (possibly) Trials Rising Digimon Survive And that's just to name a few. Notice that only one of those is a port--Dragon Quest XI. All of the other titles will be fully original, brand-new games on Switch. Not to mention the unannounced first- and third-party titles that will surely release next year as well. All in all, while 2018 might have disappointed some Nintendo enthusiasts, 2019 looks like it will have something for everybody, and I couldn't get more hyped. Edited on Mon 3rd September, 2018 @ 18:11 by ilikeike Mario Galaxy is ten years old, and now I feel old.