THANKYOU! I've been trying to tell them that they completely missed the context of your OP. You started this thread by basically asking, what new games were coming out this year, and then pointing out that it wasn't much. Of course anyone with half a brain should understand what you meant by that. But they insisted on using ports of old games to drive their narrative.
Well, the original poster now confirmed that his thread is about goalpost moving. It started as "no games scheduled for release", but he laid it out in the open that it's actually not only about only new games, but also additional criteria, so Clubhouse Games is half a game at best and Mario Kart Live doesn't count to begin with.
Using your analogy, teenager 1 would be complaining about not finding a girlfriend, teenager 2 would then tell him about an attractive and smart girl his age that also happens to be interested in teenager 1, to which teenager 1 responds that she isn't good enough for him because she has only B cups.
So it turns out that people in here understood what this thread is about: Subjective tantrums that are thinly disguised as objective criticism.
The point raised by @AngryLittleAlchemist remains true, there's a lack of nuance in this thread. Over the past two days we had many people in here telling you that you've lost your marbles, but NightlyPoe frames those responses as people trying to convince others that Nintendo has been having a good year and repeats how there have been only three new games (that is, after the goalposts have been moved as far as they could) to arrive at a conclusion that the disappointment expressed in this thread has been reasonable, including your posts specifically. He had a bigger problem with the people responding to you than your posts.
In the end we have a Nintendo year that is on a similar level as 2018 in terms of quality (quantity-wise, all Switch years have been about the same). 2018 saw a bunch of ports to pad out the lineup and was very backloaded in terms of big titles (all of them in the holiday quarter). 2020 has a better spread of the big titles, but the padding is there all the same. Of course neither year can compete with 2017 or 2019, but people should remember that those years rank among the best of all-time in terms of first party output on any console. If you use those years as base level, then yes, 2020 has been bad. But if you display more intellectual honesty and look at the big picture where other consoles - past and present - are included to gauge the quality of a first party lineup, then 2020 is okay in both an overall context or a Nintendo-only context.
What's getting on people's nerves when disappointment is expressed is not the disappointment itself, but the tremendous hyperbole and intellectual dishonesty (= moving the goalposts) that goes along with it. When you say things like Sony has been doing a better job than Nintendo in 2020 or write a condescending post like the one I quoted here, then you better be prepared to receive on the same level as you dish out. On the same note, the size of the active userbase on this forum means that people know each other. For example, if you are curl-6 and complain about Nintendo, then people already know what's up. Likewise, you've made a name for yourself too.