68,221skywakeFri 10th Feb 2023 To add to this discussion, the Wii U's last year was kinda unusual in terms of software lineup. Usually the last year has some pretty significant swan songs. The Wii U of course had BotW on the day the Switch released but in the entire year prior to that Nintendo published: Twilight Princess HD (March) Pokken Tournament (March) Star Fox Zero (April) Mario & Sonic & Rio 2016 (June) Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE (June) Paper Mario: Color Splash (October) Which also means that only three games released that year after E3, which is why E3 that year was pretty much just BotW. October of course is when the Switch was unveiled, after that point the Wii U basically went radio silent. I mean you could draw parallels to the Switch lineup I guess, if you squint really hard. But I think its fair to say that the Switch is looking better in terms of Nintendo's output But..... the Wii U -> Switch transition was also the 3DS -> Switch transition. And the 3DS had some pretty significant titles even after the Switch released. To the annoyance of people such as myself. Pokemon Sun/Moon, significant Animal Crossing DLC, Samus Returns, Detective Pikachu. It also got ports of Mario & Luigi, Captain Toad, Yoshi's Wooly World and Mario Maker. Hell, they ported Kirby's Epic Yarn in 2019 (I mean really, by 2019 it should've also been on Switch surely!) If I was to guess? I'd say the Switch -> Next Hardware transition will be more 3DS than Wii U. Probably even more 3DS than even the 3DS was. I think new hardware is soon, for sure, but I think it'll be like Nintendo's portables used to be. Like how in early 2006 you'd see people rocking a DS Lite with a copy of Fire Red poking out the bottom or how my most played game on 3DS for its first year was Pokemon Black 2 Some Aussie musics: King Gizz, TFS, Genesis Owusu "Don't stir the pot" is a nice way of saying "they're too dumb to reason with"