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But that's the thing. It was a stigma, but not an entirely accurate one. The Wii U had games, but there were too many factors that tainted public perception where the most perfect game in the world wasnt gonna move any more units. Meaning a potential amount of people missed out on some really good games.

The Switch fixes all of that. Reception is good, perception is generally positive (aside from the usual critics and doom sayers), and even non-Nintendo fans actually want this system to the point where major retailers cant keep up stock.

And considering MK8D supposedly had a much better launch than the original version and is projected to have better lifetime sales makes the argument that there's value in porting more games to fill out the schedule.

Please the fans, entice the casuals, and make more money on an old product.

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