This is why I will be waiting at least another 2 or 3 years before purchasing a Switch. There are so less games to play for me as a previous Wii U owner, it's ridiculous. PS4 is doing an excellent job at frequently releasing new and high quality games, so that will do.
Well the PS4 is in its 5th year so isn't it expected? The Switch is only in its 2nd year and I still believe third party companies are still playing catch-up and ports aren't really a surprise in a 2nd year of a console. I mean, weren't PS4 and Xbone filled with remasters and HD collections along with new games?
I feel the opposite:
Mega Man Legacy Collection
Mega Man X Legacy Collection
The World Ends With You
Super Smash Bros
tbf, all but of one those games are older releases, but I've got a nice list of games to add to my backlog.
A lot of these games are some I haven't played before, even on Wii U like Captain Toad. So yeah there are a lot of games out there for the Switch. Sure, not a lot of NEW games but these are games that shouldn't be shoved to the side.
We'll see more from Nintendo, definitely, at E3. However, I would be more concerned about the third-parties and whether or not they are going to commit with new titles. The Switch is showing signs of success and there seems to be little signs of it significantly slowing down, especially once Pokemon and Smash Bros. come around. Which third-party company is willing to put in some more investment on Switch games, outside of ports?
Outside of Octopath Traveler, SMT V, Bayonetta 3, Super Bomberman R, Sonic Forces, Sonic Mania, a new Tales of game, and Mario + Rabbids, you don't have entirely new games from third-parties. Why is Capcom only doing ports still? What about Bandai Namco, why won't they show us instead of telling us? What about Level-5? What are they doing beyond ports?