I mentioned that it wasn't a completely fair comparison due to install base. I'll attest to forgetting about EA, Take Two, and Namco's comments on FIFA, 2K, and Dragon Ball. I'm also aware that games don't need to sell the same on Switch to be profitable. You wanted evidence that third parties don't generally sell as well, and I provided it to the best of my ability. I do think that major third party content will continue to come to the console and a faster pace now that publishers are sure it's successful and that it's specs are well known, I just believe that nobody should think that the Switch's third party content will match up against PS4/XB1, at least not third party multiplat support.
First those evidences are not accurate, like I wrote most of 3rd party said they are satisfied with sales on Switch, second even those sales are good if know Switch has much lower install base than PS4/XB1 and some of those games are less time in sale on Switch. I totoaly agree that Switch in any case want have 3rd party support on level of PS4/XB1 but can have quite good for Nintendo platform and regardles PS4/XB1.