I feel like Nintendo is always taking risks though. The trouble with taking risks is sometimes they don’t work out. The Wii U was a risk which ultimately failed due to a variety of reasons (bad marketing, poor dev support, etc). Metroid: Other M changed things up with the usual Metroid formula and that game hasn’t been very well received.
The Switch is so far (so far!) bearing fruit, and I agree that changing up the Zelda formula was a welcome move. But to say Nintendo needs to keep taking risks is silly to me; that’s what they always do. It’s just sometimes it doesn’t work.