Some people have criticized Super Mario Party and a few other Switch titles for the lack of Pro Controller support. The thinking is that because the Switch allows them to play on TV with a traditional controller, or in handheld mode, they should be able to play it that way for every game, whether it fits or not. But that's actually a very narrow way of thinking about the Switch. The Switch isn't like other console's or mobile devices, it allows for a wide variety of gameplay styles and possibilities thanks to its modularity. There are somethings that work better to different play-styles than others, so that sometimes means locking down play options to ensure a better experience. The vast majority of Switch games at the moment support all play-styles, so there's no reason to complain when a game comes along that requires the Switch be used in a seemingly foreign way, because it's not like that's most of the console's lineup. Besides, Super Mario Party is already selling really well despite its lack of Pro Controller and Handheld support, so all those complaints are irrelevant to most Switch owners.
Basically, Let Switch developers make games the way they want. If that's not how you use the Switch, find something else to play. Only when there's genuine problems with the play style that it should be criticized. Otherwise, there's no right or wrong way to make a Switch game.