Sorry, but I kinda think you might be missing the point of what 51 Clubhouse Games is all about. I believe it is meant to provide people with a wide variety of games that they can play with others online and/or in the home. Granted, some of the games, like the pool game, may not be as in depth as a lot of other pool games out there and/or what the Amico is looking to put out there. But, some look to be pretty good little renditions of the games like Reversi/Othello, Shogi, Go, Chess, etc. Now, are there better versions of those games out there? Most certainly. Is this game an 'Amico Killer App' of some kind. IMO, not really, but it certainly helps to give the Switch something that it was perhaps lacking. That being said, with as many games that the Switch is accumulating, it certainly is become a system for all kinds of gamers and seems to have no signs of slowing down sales wise either. Still, all of the Amico's gaming cards haven't been played yet, so there is still plenty to get people interested and wanting to buy the system. Also, personally, I am very much intrigued with the 51 Clubhouse Games and considering this along with all of what is available and still come out on the Switch, it is making it very tempting for me to pick this up if/when I decide to pick up a new console over all other possibilities, Amico included. Still, the dye is not yet cast for the Amico, and I still believe it can be successful and wish it, Tommy, and IE the best of luck going forward.