So I've had time to play my switch and Zelda is pretty awesome. There's absolutely nothing else on the system worth playing for the price offered. 1-2 switch is a small collection of mini games that should have been a advertisement kiosk solely to show what you could do with the different controller configurations. It's defiantly not worth the price of admission and I'd go so far as to argue it's worth as a pack-in game (as in not good enough to be a..). I'm not paying $25 for digital content so I'm only playing Zelda.
I think that only leaves bomberman, another skylanders iteration, and just dance - my kids don't even like that crap. Bomberman would be worth considering at half price, and in a few weeks skylanders and just dance will be five bucks and still not worth it.
Zelda is a near perfect game. I've got every Zelda outside of a few offerings on the Gameboy and Gameboy advance and Breath of the Wild gives every other Zelda at least a run for its money. I usually favor the Zelda games like The Legend of Zelda, A link to the Past, a link between worlds over OOT, Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, but I really dig Breath of the Wild. there's some elder scrolls elements that have been borrowed that really work well for me. I will spend some time on this game!
Now, Nintendo... listen up - Mario, Starfox, Fzero, Metroid, Pikmin, paper Mario, splatoon, battalion wars and / or advance wars, donkey kong (more country less konga), punch out, Mario galaxy, Mario party / fortune street (something similar / just not as stale) and at least Mario rpg are first party ips that need to be taken seriously. Some aren't as critical as others but the vast majority of these need to be released on the switch with the polish and innovation they deserve. Give me a good Kid Icarus again. A new phenomenal first party release couldn't hurt but these are proven money makers when made into even decent games. you'd only have to release one or two a year if you really devoted some resources into making them excellent. lady yourselves out to the good third party developers to fill the library out, but vie not for games like call of duty 157 or madden insert next year here but for something new, innovative, and exciting. And for cripes sake, make the flippin controllers affordable. Not every game has to use the motion controllers. there's nothing wrong with a game only using a pro controller. No one will if they are 80 each though. Bring couch co-op back. You suck at online - at least pander towards your strengths. One of the most attractive features of the wii was couch co-op, that worked, don't give up on it, you did on the wii u and look where that got you. (all those who want to argue this with me just look past the first wave of games).
there's more but I'm afraid I'm going to sound like every other net-nerd that has a fondness for Nintendo fueled by childhood nostalgia.