Star Fox Zero at heart could have been a joyous and fantastic game but the controls turned it into a homework of how to figure out the controls and which screen to look at (or both). That's just no fun. On the Switch we could get a traditional Star Fox experience or proper motion control experience with the amazing Joy-Con controllers so it'd be a win-win. Platinum Games isn't the type to force gimmicky controls like those on their games (unless you count QTE which has become part of their games) so that was obviously forced down their throats by Nintendo as they're known for gimmicks and what have you (at least they've nailed it with the Joy-Cons). P.S. I hope we never get a 'Star Fox Assault 2' because that was boring as all hell (the ground shooting became very repetitive and dull), the only fun part was the initial stage (where you were able to shoot anything down with your Arwing).