With the recent Nintendo Direct, we now know that Mario3D, MarioKart, WiiUParty, WWHD, Retro game, X, SSB4, Bayonetta 2 and even ZeldaU are well into development. In particular we know that Mario 3D and Kart will be playable by June, WW will release by fall and X is already showable while SSB will be soon. So, if we assume they are saving Retro's game to be reavealed at e3 - which makes sense since it is likely a western-focused game - and that it is getting close to completion, there is a lot of content ready to be released in the coming year or so. It's not a stretch that after the summer releases of games like W101, WiiUPlay and WiiUFit we could see:
Super Mario Universe
Wind Waker HD
...all released this fall or soon after. That hits up what people like to call all of Nintendo's big franchises in one season. And they could follow that up with X, SSB4 and Bayonetta 2 before, during or soon after that period. To me that's a crazy amount of high-end content, and it's all first-party. 7 1st party games I would want to buy in one year. I've never seen a stretch like that before. I think it's pretty amazing, and when they talk about 3rd party content it could be game overload. What do you think?