This is an interesting categorization. Probably the main thing that isn't quite so clear is what gets categorized as a "PC game" and what is "arcade evolution"? I would probably call Animal Crossing a PC game, since it is a life sim. However, it has never been available on PC. On the other hand I'm not sure how I would categorize games like 3D Mario and 3D Zelda. They don't feel like arcade evolved games or PC games to me. I guess they are arcade evolved, but they are just a further iteration away from pure arcade games?
From Switch top 10 best sellers:
BOTW differs nothing from Sony/MS games, I'd say it's closer to a PC game
Mario Kart is Arcade Evolved, no contest
Odyssey seems more like a balanced maybe?
Smash is also more like an Arcade game
Sword and Shield is a classic console RPG but with very few focus in story and plotline, I don't know exactly how to classify it
Let's Go is a mixed smartphone game and a classic Pokemon game
Animal Crossing... I'm not sure. I don't get the same feelings playing AC as I do playing other simulators, I guess the fact the game meet major success playing in handhelds where people could play in small little sessions is their best selling point. I might consider it another thing altogether, maybe closer to mobile games than either PC or Console games
Mario Party is... no idea. How do you see party games?
Splatoon 2 is a PC game played on console. Anybody who disagrees with the single player campaign in mind don't really understand the popularity of the game lies on its multiplayer
New Super Mario Bros U is also an arcade game
Bonus (future top 10): Monster Hunter Rise, also a balance between arcade games and PC games
Overall Switch strikes me more in the Balanced category than arcade evolved. Switch library being diverse is one of its selling point