I'm still eagerly Animal Crossing Bells anticipating the Pokemon direct. Hopefully they measure it up from Sword and Shield that was fair at best. Nintendo games have a certain type of magic that you can't get anyplace else but I'd also be lying if I said Nintendo made it Simple to become a fan the Majority of the time
I have been thinking along these lines, also. Just ready for something fresh. I have been attempting to catch a PS5 or an Xbox Series X for a few months (no luck so far). I will still keep my Switch round for whenever BOTW2 comes out or possibly Odyssey 2 or another really exciting games, but I'm really excited to branch out a bit and try out these Netflix-style game catalog streaming things. I think it's where gaming is headed and it's really consumer friendly.
(FWIW, I think Nintendo is like 30 percent of the way there with their NES and SNES libraries. If they added N64 and Gamecube, and keep fleshing out the collections, and add in certain current-gen titles, it would be a pretty competitive service... but that is a very long way off, if they ever get it done...)
Like you mention, I'm also very sick of paying $60 to get a 10-15 hour game. And that I have a fantastic job and salary and work fulltime. It feels like too much.
If a match takes more than that then the chances of me actually finishing it crash. I work full time and have a Nook Miles Ticket For Sale pretty shitty program so I can really only game on the weekends the majority of the time.