So far as first-party franchises go, I still think that one's pretty feeble. I have not looked at earnings numbers, but that I can't envision it retains a game against Zelda, mainline Mario, Mario Kart, or Animal Crossing.
Splatoon 3 isn't coming out in 2021. I'd have rather seen something else that I can get excited about right now.
Besides that, I buy Nintendo consoles to the Nintendo games. Aside from Skyward Sword, I didn't observe any heavy-hitters from Nintendo.
All the games I would be enthusiastic for I could get sooner, cheaper, and also in better quality (Outer Wilds) or I'd otherwise be interested in getting (SS, Mario Golf) shouldn't be 60 IMO.
Ever since I got a PS5 I haven't really touched my change because why would I spend $60 to a 10-15 hour match when I can pay $10/month for PS Plus and get 3 fresh really excellent games a month plus the PS Plus collection that's all AAA games for free. It just does not make sense from a user standpoint
I am still eagerly anticipating the Pokemon direct. Hopefully they measure it up from Sword and Shield which was mediocre at best. Nintendo games have a certain type of magic which you can not get anywhere else but I'd also be lying if I said Nintendo made it Simple to be a fan most of the time