These lists feel really comparable to what we were getting last year when a slew of games were supposed to increase the sales of WiiU, but didn't.
Wonderful 101 did nothing for the console and I don't think Bayonetta 2 will either.
Donkey Kong managed a minor blip, just like I'd imagine Yarn Yoshi will do.
Sonic Lost World sold okay but didn't have a huge impact on hardware sales, and Sonic Boom will probably do the same.
Fatal Frame is from an IP whose best entry sold 160k (Wonderful 101 territory). A recent remake sold 100k in Japan and didn't get localized. I wouldn't hold out much hope for that one.
So what you're left with from your list are 3 games that aren't confirmed for 2014 (two of which haven't even had any gameplay shown) and Mario Kart.
And Mario Kart is the key. It'll do the heavy lifting, and it'll have Smash to back it up. If Nintendo could get a proper Zelda out, that will help, but Hyrule Warriors looks like it's going to be the game for this year.
The rest of the games are going to be blips on the radar, X being the one that has the chance of performing best.
I think 2014 will be up in sales over 2013, but that really isn't saying much since 2013 was a disaster for WiiU sales. I think it'll be a good year for fans who already own the console in terms of games, but that isn't going to expand the userbase at all.