Nintendo Switch was released 2 years ago. Unlike the previous systems where I accumulate about 15 games throughout the system's lifetime, I got 12 (and borrowed one) over just 1½ years, starting from Fire Emblem Warriors.
I like the system's portable design (you actually take the system out instead of having it stream to a portable screen), and its system menu UI is the cleanest I've seen. But on the downside, image and video capture fall behind the PS4, and the Joy-Cons are the least durable controllers I've seen on any Nintendo system.
One thing I find interesting is how not unique its software lineup is. Most games, including some from Nintendo, can be found on other systems. But it also means the system has won me over with its own merits, rather than relying on its games.
I made a video talking about the games I've played on it:
Making this video took me much less effort than the Wii U one, because of the capture function. But since video capture was added in an update, old third-party games may not support it. I had to use my Wii U gameplay for Puyo Puyo Tetris and get Atelier Lydie & Suelle gameplay from elsewhere.
Also, I should have taken more Breath of the Wild videos before returning the game. I couldn't find anything good for use in this video.
My top 3, in order:
(1) Kirby Star Allies (2) Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings (3) Fire Emblem Warriors