That looks fun, I'm putting that on my pre-queue list near the top.
Currently, I've been hooked on the new Zelda game, Breath of the Wild. I've read no reviews, watched no videos, and read no online help or FAQs. I've been just playing it the way I want. It's been almost two weeks of several hours a day, and I've only beat three dungeons, but I've explored almost the entire map. There are towers in the game that reveal the map for an area and I've gotten all of those. And there are shrines that are like mini dungeons and I've beaten almost forty of those. There are also little guys that you can find that give you an item you can use to trade in for more weapon slots to be able hold more weapons, and I've only gotten about 15 of those guys. Also, there are a bunch of towns with a few quests to do in each, and also some clothing that helps out in some areas, like you need warm clothes if you're going to wander around in the snow, and cooler clothes if you're wandering around in the desert.
So far, I love it. I feel like I felt when I played the first one on the NES. A little lost, trying to figure things out... it's so much fun for me. It seems difficult for me, more challenging than all the previous Zelda games.
I also watched a GDC video of a presentation that three of the developers gave about the game (mostly spoiler free), that was very interesting. I wish those guys or some other guys like them will take on the next Metroid.
For the system itself, I've heard some stories, but I haven't had any problems at all with it. I think it's great, it's almost a portable system, not as powerful as one might want, but the versatility of it is something I like more than a more powerful system. Hopefully it will lead to Nintendo having one system for both portable and home.
There are not many games for it yet, but since Zelda is taking so long and so much of my free time, that I don't care yet.