I play most games on whatever difficulty is above normal. My assumption would generally be that normal is the way it's expected to be played, especially games with big budgets behind them, as they tend to be tailored in a more accessible fashion. I'm usually not looking to have games be super hard, but I feel like normal typically means I can beat it without dying/losing once. There are exceptions though, genres I'm better at I gravitate towards the highest difficulties, and the opposite is true as well (e.g. Forza I start on Unbeatable, Civ VI I would start on like the second lowest difficulty).
Listen to me. None of the Star Wars movies were good.
Yeah, this is pretty much how I feel. II is definitely the worst, but I don't care about any of the original trilogy either. I didn't see The Force Awakens, but I did see Rogue One, and it again was okay. I do like Swtor a whole bunch though, even if 3/8 of the character stories are really bad.
Docked. I'm basically interested in the Switch in the hope that it will have both historically console and portable focused Nintendo-platform games on my TV. Fire Emblem, Pokémon, Monster Hunter, SMT, Xenoblade, etc, all available on the same console. I really don't like handhelds since I find them uncomfortable to use and don't have any use for the portability part, but the Wii U never had enough games of its own to get me to buy one. If both kinds of developers make their games for the Switch, then it will be exactly what I want it to be.
I ended up having the opposite experience, I thought it was way too easy. I know there are additional challenges to do after finishing the game, but playing through the first time, the entire game took me about 80 minutes (excluding the credits) to complete. I'm not particularly amazing at shooters or anything either, it just played like a really simple puzzle game.
I would take fewer graphical effects and at least 900p 60FPS, ideally. I would still take 720@60 over 1080@30 though; anytime I see games running in 60FPS or higher, I always feel a big sigh of relief. 30 isn't unbearable by any means, and I'll take a stable 30 over variable 40-60 in most cases, but 60 looks and feels so much better that it's hard to ignore.