Because I have a very short attention span, I switched from Skyward Sword to the GTA Trilogy "Definitive" Edition.
Despite its reputation, I don't think this collection is that bad. Yes, the games are ugly, especially compared to what some of the PC mods were able to achieve. But the original games were quite ugly too. The mods replaced the original art style with something more realistic, but these remasters just update the old style with an AI upscaled version. So even though the games don't look as good as what modders achieved, I think it's truer to the original aesthetic.
I also haven't experienced many bugs, and definitely none that are game breaking. I know the trilogy released in a really sorry state, but it looks like they've fixed most of it. There are a couple of textures I've found floating above the ground, and one cutscene in Vice City had no audio, but that's it so far.
The big upgrade is to the controls (for the console versions). I recently tried to replay the old PS2 versions of GTA 3 and Vice City, and the controls are really outdated. It's like trying to play a console FPS today without dual analogue control. The remaster plays pretty much like GTA V.