While they miss out on some of the high end multiplats, they still get a decent share of them. Between first party, some third party, indies, and retro, they have once again carved out a nice market for themselves.
This is something that alot of people glance over, just because it's not getting all of the AAA 3rd party titles does not mean 3rd party support is bad. It actually has really strong support of small-medium sized titles.
Indies-Celeste, Owlboy, Hollow Knight, Dead Cells, Overcooked, Stardew Valley, Rocket League, Steamworld Dig, Moonlighter, Undertale, Axiom Verge
Japanese titles-Monster Hunter Generations, Valkyria Chronicles 4, Ys VIII, Shining Resonance, Dragon Quest Builders, SNK Heroines, Warriors Orochi 4, Disgaea 5, Octopath Traveler
Free-to-play-Fortnite, Paladins, Fallout Shelter, Arena of Valor, Warframe, Smite
Previous gen ports/remasters-LA Noire, Skyrim, Payday 2, Dark Souls, Diablo III, Okami HD, Resident Evil Revelations 1+2, South Park: Stick of Truth
Retro compilations-Mega Man/Mega Man X Legacy Collections, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary, Sega Genesis Classics, Atari Flashback, SNK Collection, Namco Museum, Arcade Archives
Kid/Family titles-Lego Incredibles, Lego DC Villians, Minecraft, Nickelodeon Kart Racers, Just Dance, Hasbro Game Night, Crash N Sane Trilogy, Carnival Games, Go Vacation, Starlink
Current gen ports-Doom/Doom Eternal, Wolfenstein II, Ark: Survival Evolved, Civilization VI, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Mortal Kombat XI, Mega Man 11, South Park: Fractured But Whole, Outlast 1+2, FIFA, NBA 2K
None of these games are individual system sellers but collectively they give the system a well rounded lineup and are great support titles to Nintendo's 1st party offerings.
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