As for the other stuff, Twilight Princess HD is interesting, but I don't care too much because 1) I've already set aside my video game money for Fates, and 2) I can still borrow my library's Wii copy and play it. Wind Waker HD made sense, since no version of Wind Waker worked on the Wii U before then. I'm kind of indifferent about it. I like Twilight Princess, but it's not my favorite, and I don't care for how so many Zelda fans hail it as being "realistic" when it's really just the animesque Ocarina of Time style with muddier colors. Even so, I probably will try to get it eventually, but if I get a Zelda remake anytime soon, it'll be Majora's Mask 3D, since it's my favorite Zelda.
Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam looks just as fun as Mario & Luigi games usually are. I'm sure the Paper Mario fans are disappointed that it takes so few gameplay elements from the Paper Mario series. Maybe there'll be a Paper Mario & Luigi eventually. Personally, I was hoping that the next Mario & Luigi game would feature Wario and Waluigi as the guest protagonists/antagonists, or maybe Peach and Daisy (Mario & Luigi: Double Date?). Anyhow, I still love Mario & Luigi games. I hope this one lives up to my favorite, Bowser's Inside Story.
I know nothing about Final Fantasy VII, so I don't really care about Cloud. I suppose this means that Magnus from Kid Icarus: Uprising has even less of a shot than he did before. Which I don't mind, but he's still the first thing that came to mind when I saw Cloud's sword.
I'm not really into Star Fox or Xenoblade Chronicles, so Star Fox Zero and Xenoblade Chronicles X don't really catch my interest. (Besides, I'm outta money.) Neither does much of the other stuff. Even so, with plenty of Zelda, Fire Emblem, and Mario & Luigi, this was one of my favorite directs yet.