Zelda looks really good. I want it a lot but, alas, I have no switch nor want to pay for one. Botw is very much a game I'd prefer on a portable platform (which honestly is the only way I'd ever use the switch). I guess I'll get it in a few years when the inevitable nintendo price drop happens.
I feel ripped off for buying a N3ds though, we got one game, which was a port. While it was amazing it really didn't constitute the extra cost of a new console (which, granted, I needed because my last 3ds had broken. Still an older model would've been much cheaper) and I've seen the Wii version in a few gamestops around where I live in the used section. I don't even play the 3ds ver anymore because I can just run the game with stupid high texture filering and upscaling on my PC.
The current lineup of games doesn't seem great either, we have Zelda, that's about it.
Skyrim is already really old and is just a port.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 I could write an essay on all the issues I have with it from what it's shown. (At least they didn't butcher world design)
Splatoon is a weird shooter that got a lot of hype but came out after the ship had sailed, I have little interest.
Mario is Mario, I have next to no interest in playing it.
In all, the switch is neat, but lacks a substantial game library that interests me and buying a console for a single game is never worth it. In that case, honestly just buy the game and emulate it.