@hrt_rulz01: Yup, you don't buy a switch for its power or for its 3rd party support, you buy one for nintendo goodness, which thankfully there's a lot of.
Exactly. When I was playing Mario Odyssey, Mario 3D All Stars, Astral Chain, Fire Emblem Three Houses, Luigi's Mansion 3, Donkey Kong, Zelda: Link's Awakening, Pokemon etc, plus a million great Indie games, I wasn't thinking about "weak" hardware.
The sad thing is, Microsoft doesn't have a single IP outside of Halo that is anywhere in the realm of those IPs you just mentioned. I mean, they could if they actually did something with Rare so it's not an issue of not already having good, well liked IPs to work with. If Microsoft was in Control of Nintendo IPs, you'd see a mediocre release of maybe three of those over the next generation, and then never hear from any of those titles again in the next 20 years.