It's safe to say that the Nintendo Switch cleared its first hurdle. The hybrid console sold out moments after launch last month, queuing up a tidal wave of hype based both on the surprising success of its core concept and the overwhelming reaction to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Reviews hailing the latest Zelda game as among the best in history have put the console on even footing going forward even as it begins to face down something of a content drought on the road to the fall: there isn't much to do with the machine right now, but the utter beauty of what there is to do is more than enough for just now. Not forever, however. Nintendo has decided to trickle out first=party content in an effort to avoid the content drought that damaged the Wii U, and so next up we've got Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, on April 28th.