I would agree as well, but they'll be of a different type than the ones that were on 3DS. Meaning, instead of some one-off puzzle game that only really works in handheld mode, we'll see something that uses the Joy-Con in a unique way that can translate well to both docked and undocked play-styles. With the Switch, there's no longer a need to make games that are strictly meant for on the go play because nearly every game can work well in both contexts.
Yeah, I can see that happening with the Joy cons, at least from Nintendo. They like to experiment with the tools they have. I just meant more games like a top down Zelda like A Link Between Worlds for example. A lower budget style game, but still a good fit on the system. I think there still be games like this on the Switch, but maybe not as much as console style games.