I know everyone is expecting big things with the 3DS and its 3D display and vastly improved 3D processing abilites, but I'm doubtful. Nintendo led the way on the DS with great in-house 3D (As in 3D world, not 3D-effect) titles like Metroid Prime: Hunters and Super Mario 64, but what then? (And don't get me started on the DS Zelda's...) Neither of these great games got a sequel. No 3D Super Mario sequel and not even one 2D or 3D Metroid sequel on the DS! I would have loved a Super Mario Galaxy for the DS with SM64 graphics. I think they'll do the same with the 3DS. Release great in-house original titles to get everyone to buy their system, then leave it all to the third party developers and let their own popular franchises languish. I mean come on. You can't really believe that all or even most of the 3rd party signer-ons will want to spend more development costs to make use of the extra 3D hardware and 3D effects of the 3DS. They're gonna want the fast and easy packbacks that they had with the shovelware on the DS. Sure, a few of the big 3rd party developers will try some new stuff, but not everyone. That means loads of still image anime-stills and tons of button-mashing, empty dialogue-driven, tactical, turn-based, point-n-click, rehashed drivel with maybe little touches of 'the 3D effect', over-emphasized and blown up and marketed as 'new' and 'adds so much to the gameplay', B.S. I'd love to be wrong and won't be disappointed if I am, but the DS has made me more aware of the profit-centric nature of N. so maybe I'm expecting alot less this time around. Some of the initial releases look promising (Street Fighter and Metal Gear Solid, Resident Evil, etc.) in terms of being more advanced, but I dunno... Any other thoughts along these lines?