Sure. I'll write an impression.
It's unacceptable that Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Splatoon 2 are the only high profile games releasing this year, unless Mario Odyssey makes it for a Holiday 2017 release. Although, that's not the point, since there is a significant drought in great quality Switch games in 2017. Putting aside the fact that awful console launches have been quite common, the Dreamcast had several great games that released in the same year the console launched. Even if the software lineup on the launch day of the Dreamcast was as bad as Switch's launch lineup, Sega would have still most likely released many of those games throughout 1999.
Nintendo and their third party partners should be striving in releasing 5-10 high quality games in 2017. Between first party and third party developers, that should be an attainable goal to set for themselves. I wonder if there was troubled planning and development during the production of Switch. Perhaps Iwata's death affected their work on Switch.