I honestly think there's a very good chance that Capcom is making content that is either exclusive for Switch or suits the platform very well. An exclusive Monster Hunter is the most obvious example, Ace Attorney is a likelihood as well. In general, this is a company which consistently gets criticism (fairly might I add) for not using their IP, but they also have a great track record of actually making products based on fan demand. Devil May Cry, Mega Man, and Resident Evil 2 Remake were all games that were a result of fans (DMC5 was actually already in development, but it's pretty obvious why Capcom released DMC4:SE and Dmc side by side ... the sales of 4:SE probably acted as funding greenlit). But game development takes time and people don't want to wait, which is understandable. Still, I think that more Mega Man, Monster Hunter, and Ace Attorney games are very likely for the Switch ... and as long as they're brand new, that's something that is potentially very exciting. If Capcom had a team to make it, I wouldn't even be surprised at a brand new Okami, though I don't think they do.
In the mean time I'm left scratching my head at why they have to fuck up their own ports. It's at least understandable why they are slow on their feet with original titles, but why ruin your own back catalog? It's just such an odd decision and it sucks.
I made an entire essay on the last thread about how Nintendo should be held accountable equally ... I'm all for that ... but I don't really get the Link's Awakening thing. I mean, I guess I kind of understand the concept ... had something like Let's Go or Link's Awakening been developed for a 3DS successor, they'd probably still be $40. But that's a massive rabbit hole to go down and I'm not sure it's worth arguing. It's a slippery slope and to be honest, while I can't speak for Let's Go I doubt that Link's Awakening is going to be such a bare-bone remake that it won't deserve the $60 price tag (though I suppose even then you could argue that it would be $40 on a 4DS ... again ... slippery slope and we'll never know). So I don't get why that is being discussed and it's not a particularly strong argument.