For @Mandouga, the source of that feature list posted by @MDawg traces back to reporting on Emily Rogers' blog. While not every detail has been officially confirmed by Nintendo, today's video and news aligns with that and Eurogamer's reporting perfectly. The MVPs of Switch reporting are basically Rogers' blog, Laura Dale over at Let's Play Video Games, and Eurogamer's article in July. Those who thirst to know what you can expect, read those three linked in this paragraph. They did their homework, got good sources. While it is true Nintendo has not announced exactly what's going on with Splatoon and Mario Kart on Switch, IGN astutely notes that there are subtle elements in both that do not exist in the Wii U titles. Whether these amount to updated ports or actual sequels is unclear, but there is a difference. As for Skyrim, indeed, Bethesda has acknowledged its role in the Switch trailer but is not yet officially confirming any games or franchises. This said, I think this is probably about timing more than anything and that using Elder Scrolls for this wasn't a mere whim. Skyrim is very believable, the question is whether it'd the remastered edition coming on other consoles or something close but a bit distinct. I suppose Elder Scrolls Online is also possible for something from that franchise. There's probably an intent to announce all titles from a specific company all at once, at a time agreed upon. We'll see what happens. There's a lot of time between now and March still. Today was about no more or less than finally confirming this thing and establishing the concept. Software will come later. Nintendo hasn't even dropped a hint about its own lineup at launch. But yeah, they aren't just being cute. A huge chunk of the video ends on Splatoon and eSports. Mario Kart is evergreen. Splatoon was a bright spot in Wii U's lifespan. They're not done with those, you can take it to the bank.