I don't mean that in a hipster sense. I mean it in a sense that this is a game Nintendo hasn't marketed as strongly as perhaps it could have. At least to me.
This isn't a Zelda game. Isn't a Mario game. There's no Yoshi, no Luigi, no Donkey Kong. Yet unless you're from Japan or are a very dedicated European fan, you've probably never heard of Nintendo Pocket Football Club.
It is, to break it down, Football Manager meets Nintendo. You create a team, you manage that team as it rises through the ranks, you buy and sell players, you improve the players you've got. Only, instead of coming wrapped in the presentation of a glorified spreadsheet, it's got this cutie little art style. The combination of which pushes all my buttons, all at once.
It's coming to Europe's 3DS eShop in April.