Yes. Mario and Zelda are GOTYs. The Switch is 100% worth owning, this coming from another pc gamer
If you like the games on tap, yeah/
i was never a zelda fan but grew up on mario 64 and whatnot and loved it but im like almost 30 now so i dont know how i feel about mario
Kinda the same (though not quite 30, haha). I never cared for Zelda growing up. Tried Ocarina or Time and was immediately bored. Tried Wind Waker (free with MK8 on my Wii U), and it was just a drag. They're both big on length tutorial nonsense that turns you off if you don't want your hand held. I also toyed with my teacher's Switch and Breath of the Wild for a few minutes in class during the spring, and if seems fine. I couldn't gather enough information to have it really mean anything as far as game quality goes, but it seems neat.
Mario games on the other hand, much more my bag. I'm disappointed there still isn't a 2-D Mario platformer on the Switch, porting Super Mario Maker seemed like an obvious plan. Since there is no Switch sale, I don't see a reason to jump in right now. Odyssey looks quite good, but it's the only Switch release I have interest in, since I played MK8 on Wii U and had the chance to get Pokken on Wii U, but passed because of the lack of content (though it has more now and is thereby more appealing). Still a lot of missing content for me on the Switch, but it seems to be coming. I would love a decent Mario Party, Mario Golf and Tennis, and proper installments of Animal Crossing, Fire Emblem, and Pokémon (both the main RPG and a Pokémon Stadium-like successor, for that last request). I don't see the console as worth owning for just Mario, if that's all that grabs your attention, especially with their incredibly expensive peripherals.