These are all the semi-realistic games we could possibly get next year:
New Kirby Game
New Retro Game
Mario Sports Game
New StarFox Game
New Paper Mario Game
New 2D Metroid
New Mario & Luigi
New Wario Land
A Returning Franchise (Kid Icarus, F-Zero, Advance Wars, Golden Sun, Sin & Punishment etc)
New Donkey Kong
Monolith's New Game (whether Xenoblade or new IP)
Pokemon Generation 4 Remake (non-Let's Go)
Super Mario Odyssey 2
And that's not including possible third party exclusives like Shin Megami Tensei V, Rune Factory 5, Bravely Default 3 (No, the team that made Octopath is not the same), and Bayonetta 3.
Now, I'm not saying that all of those games will come next year. They won't. But I do think that it's a little too soon to think that Nintendo is running out of games. Quite frankly, if something gets a delay, it's probably because Nintendo wants to stretch out the Switch's momentum as long as possible. I doubt they don't have the games to support next year, and if they don't ... then ... wow. That's not good! All I can say is that if Nintendo needs to delay games to make up for a lack of resources, they should have planned this out a lot better, especially considering they have a combined library and many studios that they work with.
So yeah, I don't think it's happening. But I admit I'm scared now. Still, Hype Train! Hype Train! Astral chain! Astral Chain!
You forgot to list New Nintendo IP
The Nintendo eShop rating Thread: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=237454