I tried to explain this with my other post in this thread.
In the OP we just see a sign of what jumping to new technology brings. The Switch is kind of ancient in terms of software tech. And i am sorry if that sounds harsh, but it is the reality. And i am not trying to downplay anything nintendo has done either, but most of what they did in botw for instance you can trace back to half life 2 days where it was 'new' tech.
I think this brings a much more interesting discussion about what is more important though. The tech or the games?
In my opinion i think tech has an immeasurable importance and i am forever grateful to Sony for pushing the tech as far as it can go on their commercial platform.
The downplaying in this thread is epic but "ancient software like BoTW didn't do anything that HL2 already did 20 years ago" takes first prize.
Don't Play Stationary 4 ever. Switch!