SMT4 is the only that had never come to a PS console.
But as I mentioned earlier, if its Switch exlusive then thats fine. Exclusives for different devices are cool.
But please dont try and retroactively rewrite history on which devices SMT has actually appeared on.
At this point you're making an argument similar to if saying FF was a PlayStation franchise through FFXII due to ports of the early FF games to PS1. The early SMTs getting ported to PS1 up to and over a decade after release makes both of our points correct. (Minus the fact that the first two games even received PS1 ports 8-11 years after release, because even as somebody who likes to keep up on stupid trivia like that, I had no idea. Points to you for knowing that! Attributing a small little piece of trivia like that to malice instead of ignorance and assuming I'm trying to rewrite history is a bit rude, though.) Your point is correct - the mainline series was in some way available on PS, usually a decade late. My point is also correct, the non-Persona SMT series has been exclusive to Nintendo since at least 2009 if my memory is correct, and only took a slight detour to the PS market for a couple years (I believe seven years, if spinoffs like DDS are included) during the big Japanese PS2 boom. The rest of the 25+ years shows a clear Nintendo focus.
Im sorry, that wasnt my argument.
Maybe I have missed something here, but you initially implied that the series is Nintendo exclusive from SMT 1 until SMT3. With SMT V following in the usual series trend of being on Nintendo (with a slight detour almost 15 years ago to the PS2 for a couple games), I don't expect that to go over to PS4, either.
This seems clear when you now state that not only didnt you know SMT1 and 2 came to PS1. The series might have been exclusive when SMT released in 1992, but after its move to PC Engine and SEGA CD not long after, it was never exclusive. Sure it has a strong Nintendo focus for many years but thats not the same thing.
Besides before PS2 got SMT3, the Saturn got 2 exclusive titles (the 2nd of which came to PS1,) PC got one, and the Xbox another as well. There are SMT games, mainline and spinoffs, that Nintendo never got.