Also, the console uses game cards which plug into the screen portion of the system, not CDs. Which, just let me say here, I'm quite happy about. Optical media is dead. It's been dead for a decade, it's about time major companies start abandoning it.
I honestly think Switch cartridges are TOO small. They're even smaller than (3)DS carts, which is weird as the console is double the size.
I don't think that's entirely fair, their first- and second-party games are still just as fun as they always were. You act as if they've become totally lazy as company when that's not what I've seen at all: They still consistently put out quality titles, it's just that they take flak from gamers for having subpar hardware (which they do, not going to lie).
It's different than so many AAA studios that keep re-releasing the same game over and over again (see: Call of Duty or pretty much any FPS nowadays), sure Nintendo has their core Mario, Zelda, etc. but each one always brings something new to the table despite the common IP and all are quality titles.
Point taken on the NES re-releases though, those are just lazy.
Love it! Be warned if you had a launch model the battery might have issues, which resulted in cracks and bulging batteries.