I didn't say you can't take into account quality, but you are suggesting games aren't a topic of discussion because you may not be personally interested in them. I mean, I could say that PS5's catalog will look like:
-Ratchet and Clank
Then I could state "well, those are the only games I'm interested in", but that isn't a good defense for not listing Destruction All Stars, Horizon: Forbidden West, Gran Turismo 7, Returnal, or anything else they may have. There is more to it than individual interest. Wii's 2011 and 2012 were objectively awful with regards to first party output, and youre attempting to suggest the Switch will be equally as bad despite their worst year so far being better than both those years combined with regard to output.
If Destruction All Stars, Gran Turismo 7, and Returnal get 80/100 review scores on average or better, then you can bet your ass I'll list them. I definitely see the possibility of those games being great, but I'm not a fan of counting my chickens before they hatch. As far as Horizon 2 goes, that should be listed solely on the fact that the first game got 89/100 review scores on average.
I'm interested in almost all games so long as they're great games. It's just that, once review scores come out, and I read reviews, I often decide that a certain game isn't worth buying. For example: I'm cautiously optimistic about New Poke'mon Snap. Just like how, I was cautiously optimistic about Mario Tennis Aces. But for both games I'm going to wait for reviews. Why? Because both of these games are/were things that I'm interested in, but I don't see them as a guaranteed great game.
Edit: What I'm trying to say here is that there are very few games that I'm personally not interested in. So long as a game doesn't have egregious MTX in it, gets great reviews (around 80% on Opencritic), and isn't a bland sports or sim title, I'm going to be interested in it. Hell, there's even sim titles that I'm still interested in. And I'm not trying to pretend that games don't exist if they get below a certain threshold review wise. I'm just trying to say that every year has games like that. IMO it's not those games that the year is remembered for. Hell, I'm pretty sure that 2017 saw the fewest 1st party releases for Switch so far, yet IMO 2017 was an insanely awesome year, because of the sheer quality of the 1st party games that we did get.