This is a major reason why Nintendo needs to unify their platforms. Design games for one platform that's available in 2-3 form factors (portable, tablet, console). Here is the lineup of Nintendo-published titles this year (North American dates).
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D-February 13
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse-February 20
Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars-March 5
Codename S.T.E.A.M.-March 13
Fossil Fighters: Frontier-March 20
Mario Party 10-March 20
Pokemon Rumble World-April 8
Xenoblade Chronicles 3D-April 10
Puzzles & Dragons Z+Super Mario Edition-May 22
Yoshi's Woolly World
Fatal Frame: Oracle of the Sodden Raven
Project Giant Robot
Xenoblade Chronicles X
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
That's 20 games with chances of a few extra announced at E3, so averaging about 2 games per month.
Ninty's reputation would skyrocket, NX can't arrive quick enough.
I also forgot Pokemon Shuffle which released February 18.
From February 13 to May 29, Nintendo will have published 12 games or 3 per month. Like always a bit of a slowdown in the Summer but once Fall hits they always ramp up the releases again so we can easily expect another dozen or so titles from September to December.
I honestly can't see how people are so against a unified console/handheld, Nintendo-published titles+Japanese 3rd party support+kid friendly titles+indie support would easily give such devices 100+ games per year, any AAA western titles would just be icing on the cake in such a scenario.