Not at all, I've seen plenty of great content I want to get. Skyward Sword, Skyrim, Gears 3, Arkham City, Mario 3D, Mario Kart, Kid Icarus, Ocarina 3D are definite buys for me this year. I'm impressed with both PS Vita and Wii U--in the case of the latter, Nintendo have created an interface more akin to DS in that it marries traditional controls with new controls, and as far as I'm concerned, the DS is clearly the greatest gaming handheld to ever have existed. Also with Wii U, there's an awful lot we don't know, and I'm not one to take that as a bad thing--Nintendo have got the name and the idea of the controller out into the open and they have people talking about it, eventually they'll come out with more details about exclusive games, the online system and everything else. The signs are already promising--the EA head honcho mentioned downloadable content in his natter at the end, and the trailer displayed video chat, showing that Nintendo are clearly thinking about a fuller online experience for Wii U. I think there's an enormous amount of potential in that new controller, and hopefully Nintendo and third parties will fulfil that potential.
So for this year there are plenty of definite titles I want, and a few maybes, and there are already games for me to get excited about next year. Luigi's Mansion 2, Paper Mario, Resident Evil: Revelations, Animal Crossing, Halo 4, and there's Wii U and PS Vita. There were also other tidbits that were exciting--all the Zelda stuff was exciting for me, as a big fan of that series. There's also positive signs outside of E3 that Xenoblade and Last Story will make it to Europe sometime this year or early next year.
Personally, I don't think the lack of new IP is something to be too concerned about, because new characters do not equal new experiences. So long as the technology continues to evolve, then the franchises we know and love can be redefined, reinvented and refined in excellent new ways--Tomb Raider (despite Lara making too much noise for my liking) is an excellent example of this. Kid Icarus is a good example of a dormant franchise making a great comeback--it doesn't matter that this new game features the same characters as the 1987 original, because the advances in technology and design mean the experience and gameplay will be very different.
I guess this isn't a direct response to your concerns, but then again, I think you're asking for too much. As far as I'm concerned, the more ways of playing games, the better. There perhaps isn't something for everyone, but the variety the industry is showcasing as it evolves is only a good thing.