`The Nintendo have been surrounded by a number of buzz pertaining to how fans are finding its launch titles disappointing. The Switch has strong titles like "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild," but this may not be enough along with some lesser-known titles coming along with it. Fans are now worried about the future of the upcoming console, which is to come out this March.

In a recent report from Trusted Reviews, the fans' only incentive in getting the Nintendo Switch is the company's "Zelda" game. Nevertheless, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima made statements regarding the company's approach to its game releases. His statement also covered several concerns regarding scarcity of good titles to launch along with the newest console.

Kimishima said: "Some of those who have seen this lineup have expressed the opinion that the launch lineup is weak. Our thinking in arranging the 2017 software lineup is that it is important to continue to provide new titles regularly without long gaps."

He also added that through this release pattern, consumers will keep regularly playing the system, keeping the buzz around the upcoming titles, which aren't going to be far from each game's release date windows. This is the same reasoning behind the release of "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe," "ARMS" and other games to come out in the first half of 2017 for Nintendo Switch.

Kimishima also emphasized the concept of the Nintendo Switch, being a play anywhere platform with anyone at anytime. The company will keep expanding the game library for the platform but on a reasonable pacing.

As for This Gen Gaming's post regarding the Nintendo president's statement, a lot of people are very much aware of what happened with the Wii U. The pattern of what's currently going on with the Switch is way too familiar to simply shrug off.

The Nintendo Switch team is confident enough that the 2017 launch titles are strong enough as opposed to what fans see it. The company is also looking forward to making a stronger presence in the mobile gaming world as it plans to bring even more games to "Super Mario Run."