Bayonetta, Wonderful 100, Monster Hunter, Assassin's Creed 4, Watchdogs, Dragon Quest, Pikmin, Rayman etc off the top of my head. I think Criterion said they're working on something too.
So how's the pipeline looking for Nintendo then. The horizon is a bit deserted, which was kind of my point.
There's bound to be a Zelda and Mario in the works too, among other 1st party stuff.
Fair enough the release schedule does look a bit sparse at the moment over the next year, but I'd argue that until E3 has been and gone it might be a bit premature to declare it a barren desert when it comes to developer support/ software lineup given that so far it's still in launch window. I'd wager a guess that a lot of publishers are holding off announcements until E3.
And I still think that we might see an uptake in stuff once the next gen hits, as publishers choose to save on dev costs by sticking to current gen technology.