That doesn't include PS4's second holiday season.
The majority of games you listed are multi - plat and only had a limited time bundle (Batman + MGS). Some of these games also had a XOne limited time bundle. Again, nothing compared to Smash + Pokemon, Switch being cheaper, and being a hybrid. Many factors have to be considered when comparing two different devices.
But you wrote "Switch It just isn't outselling the PS4 launch aligned", and that's not true, because it does outselling PS4. But even if we compare just first two hole years on market, for Switch 2017. and 2018. while for PS4 2014. and 2015., Switch is again above.
You do realise that multiplatform games are system sellers for PS4, right? 9 from top 10 selling PS4 games are all multi platform games, in comparison to Switch top 10 best selling games are all exclusive Nintendo games. Hole PS4 2015. lineup was far stronger for PS4 than it was 2018. for Switch, I mean Switch had 2 strong games while PS4 had 10 of them. Limited bundle don't change nothing, we talking about lineup of games, not about bundles. We were taking about lineup of games, not about what is hybrid and what is cheaper, but yeah you are right that there different factors to considered when comparing them, for instance Switch is cheaper but PS4 is much stronger, has much bigger HDD, has BD support, much stronger 3rd party support, had price cut in 2015. and better BF deals...so don't act like everything goes in favour of Switch because thats far from true.
I should have been more clear, I'm referring to worldwide sales launch aligned.
PS4's lineup in 2018 dwarfs PS4's lineup in 2015 critically and commercially. Its not close in any measure. Far stronger? C'mon now lol.
Obviously, PS4 having a stronger library of games is a factor, but exclusive software moves more hardware compared to limited third party bundles. Switch being a hybrid, is the most favorable factor within PS4 comparisons, as it draws from both handheld and console consumers, IMO.
Anyways, PS4 won this particular comparison, which is the main point of my post, despite the massive consensus in this thread that expected Switch to win.