I excitedly anticipated this week's Nintendo Direct while knowing there would likely be little information. If the games aren't scheduled to be released until the next year, Nintendo shouldn't spend much time discussing them. Instead, they announced their name and the release date a few minutes later. In truth, I could have seen them doing only the name, so I'm somewhat pleased. \n \nSince we don't know much about it at this point, I believe it's crucial that we have this discussion. However, given our previous experience and the fact that the entire group is involved, it's OK for us to believe that even if it's not that great, it's still crucial that we discuss the game. It's even likely that some ideas from the disastrous Skyward Sword could be used, given that a surprising amount of the footage so far reminds you of that game. \n \nI didn't roll the dice because he predicted what it would be like and what the game is about regarding the game itself, am I not correct? It is inconceivable. It will likely be the last major Nintendo Switch game and will be an excellent barometer for gauging how much its successor can improve. \n \nBy May 12th, the Switch will be over six years old, which isn't unreasonably old for a console, but well past the time when you'd expect the next one to be introduced, especially one that is very thin and could be significantly more powerful with more recent components without access to a full console. \n \nI suppose Switch Pro is the most significant shift, as this is what the most-talked-about individual will assume. However, as proved by reliable sources, there were so many rumors regarding the Switch Pro that I have no doubt that it was real until then, and that it only occurred because of Covid. \n \nIt lacks true backward compatibility with the Switch due to its inability to use discs. However, Nintendo was enthusiastic about the concept before this.