Now, you're making me wish for Metal Gear Rising on the Switch, which seems very unlikely and is making me hope way too much. Same with No More Heroes collection, which seems more plausible and I could see it as a stopgap remaster for when Suda 51's Travis Touchdown game comes out since it's just now in the writing/planning stage from what Suda has said.
Honestly, having the option to sell games back down the line. I recently went through some old stuff and sold a bunch of games - got a decent amount for it (which I used to buy new games).
Also not having to worry about space on a hard drive or SD card. I had to uninstall/install games multiple times on my PS4 - was just annoying to want to play a game and realize you uninstalled it to make room.
Thanks! That's exactly what I'm considering too. It's a trade off between having many games available instantly (as opposed to swapping cards) and on the long run (cards always available) vs. the space they take, the cost of SD cards, and wondering what will happen when servers eventually go down.
I'm usually whatever on box art or marquees on cases but I'm not digging the red box in the upper-right corner. It clashes with most of the covers I've seen. On top of that there are some pretty heinous covers like the Mario Kart 8 one. What the hell were they thinking? Generally there's just too much going on and I think the cramped real estate isn't helping.
Has anyone noticed that the Nintendo-published games no longer have the Nintendo logo in the bottom right corner of the box? I wonder why they decided to remove their own logo from the "publisher corner" of the box. It seems like third parties are still putting their logos there (except Konami put theirs at the top of Bomberman).
I also noticed that the new Fire Emblem Echoes box art also does not have the Nintendo logo in the bottom right.