Guilty as charged haha. I didn't used to be, I just kinda became that way over the last 6-7 years as a way of trying to protect myself from disappointment I guess. I have been making a conscious effort this year to be more optimistic.
I understand and honestly I always expect 1-2 games to get delayed to the following year every year. 2017 was a surprise because I really thought Xenoblade 2 was going to be delayed to 2018.
Like Fire Emblem+Animal Crossing+Luigi's Mansion+Pokemon Gen 8+Link's Awakening from July-December is almost too good to be true so I would not be surprised at all to see Animal Crossing & Luigi's Mansion become H1 2020 titles and replaced by a mid-tier title announced at E3 for a Q4 release.
That's similar to what happened last year, Yoshi & Fire Emblem were delayed out of 2018 and Mario Party was announced at E3 and released in Oct.
When the herd loses its way, the shepard must kill the bull that leads them astray.