It was never about just SE. It was in general. I am only used SE because it was the topic of the post I quoted. No, I am not asking you specifically, being general. The general point is that Nintendo fan shave a shit ton barriers when comes to what is support/buying games. That is what I meant here:
One thing I noticed about the Nintendo community is only certain IP's matter. SE could have 30 games on Switch, but if they aren't recognizable, then they dont count. The worst of the 3 with that shit.
I'm not all over the place. SpokenTruth misinterpreted and you ran with that. We can not say that SE has shown a lack confidence in the switch when they have put that many games on the console .... unless you pretend anything not FF or KH does not count. That also relates to above.
If there is anything that frustrates me it would be support begging, without actually supporting the great games that you already have available.
Everything l've said relates back to my original post.
I take it, you didn't look at the links I provided.
The sole reason why you'd have the perception that Nintendo fans are the worst of the three fanbases when it comes to such matters is because Nintendo fans have to deal with bullshit from third parties about 20 times more often, and you interpret the frequency as a fault of Nintendo fans rather than the third parties who are actually responsible for the bullshit. Because as the thread I linked shows, the rage of PlayStation fans comfortably matches what can be seen from Nintendo fans in comparable situations. You are doing nothing more than making a baseless generalisation that you cannot back up.
As for Square-Enix's Switch support specifically, it's perfectly fine to say that Square-Enix has shown a lack of confidence. Many of their games have been Japan-only and of those that have been coming to America and Europe, a bunch of them had to be published by Nintendo, otherwise they'd have most likely remained Japan-only as well. Dragon Quest XI released one year ago for other consoles, but Square-Enix has yet to show the Switch version, let alone announce a release date; a delay of such magnitude is directly caused by a lack of confidence.
When it comes to support begging, it should be obvious that people want to play good games. You can't claim with a straight face that I am Setsuna and Lost Sphear are great games, so quantity of releases alone does not constitute respect for the platform and that's what Switch gamers are asking for. The Wii received a high amount of third party games, but it shouldn't need to be explained that quantity alone doesn't mean anything. The response of Switch gamers to Octopath Traveler has been very positive in general which should tell you that it's not all moaning from the Nintendo fanbase, but rather that it is a matter of the effort that third parties put into their products and how those products turn ultimately out.
To get back to Ikaruga again... if you scold people for being too demanding and tell them to appreciate the great games from third parties that are already on Switch by pointing to a port of a title that is 15+ years old... doesn't that strike you as a sign that there is a serious problem as far as new content goes?