The first of these things is that it should've been bundled with the Switch, rather than released as a more-or-less full price game. Doing this would've achieved one... two... two things; firstly, it would've stopped us all complaining that 1-2-Switch hadn't been bundled with the Switch.
Secondly, given that everyone who bought a Switch was inevitably going to buy Zelda - which, classic as it is, doesn't really show off what is unique about the hardware - it would've demonstrated that there's slightly more to the machine than being just another console.
The second annoying thing is that each of 1-2-Switch's 28 mini games is demonstrated via a video clip which is a) Somehow not very Nintendo-y, and b) Acted out by some of the world's most ghastly wankers.
Fortunately, 1-2-Switch quite literally implores you to ignore the screen and face your opponent. You see... 1-2-Switch is a multiplayer game of the classic ilk (typically two players, but can also be played in teams) which - perhaps for the first time in video game history - requires you to look directly at another human being. Instead of following the action on the screen, you must trust the rumbly cues you get from your JoyCon controller.
Suffice to say, I am duty bound to make the following joke: for some video game fans, this will be first time in their lives that they've ever made eye contact with anyone.