Thank you for allowing to be on here :-) Haha, thank you for your kind compliment too.
Regarding the Switch, I think it is vintage Nintendo going their own way instead of following - I was one of those people bagging them for making a hybrid handheld / home console. I was terribly wrong, as the Switch is no ordinary console/handheld (it is in a different league to the 3DS as you play console version of games, not some cut down conversion). I think it is also them embracing indie development and making their eShop way easier to use/navigate. The fact that I can carry my Switch and then snap the Joy-Cons and play a 2P game with a mate, that is pure awesomeness. For local multiplier games, I don't think anyone can even get to the Switch. Their online service is still being developed, but they are offering free access for now while they are building it (it goes live in early 2018). I highly recommend the Switch, especially if you were a fan of their systems in the 90s. Even if you weren't, the Switch is different enough and has two of the best games in 2018 (among plenty others) to warrant a purchase ;-)