I am still eagerly Animal Crossing Bells anticipating the Pokemon direct. Hopefully they step it up from Sword and Shield that was fair at best. Nintendo games have a certain Kind of magic which you can not get anywhere else but I'd also be lying if I said Nintendo made it easy to become a fan most of the time
I have been thinking along these lines, also. Just ready for something new. I've been trying to grab a PS5 or an Xbox collection X for a couple months (no luck so far). I'll still keep my Switch round for whenever BOTW2 comes out or possibly Odyssey 2 or another very exciting games, but I am quite excited to branch out a bit and try out these Netflix-style game catalog streaming items. I believe that it's where gambling is headed and it's really consumer friendly.
(FWIW, I think Nintendo is like 30% of the way there using their NES and SNES libraries. When they inserted N64 and Gamecube, and continue fleshing out the collections, plus add in some current-gen names, it might be a pretty competitive service... but that's a long way away, if they ever get it done...)
Like you mention, I am also very sick of spending $60 to get a 10-15 hour game. And that I have a great job and salary and work fulltime. It still feels like too much.
If a game takes longer than that then the chances of me actually completing it crash. I work full time and have a pretty shitty Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells for sale schedule so I can only just game on the weekends most of the time.