For those talking quality standards, it's not like bad games are a Switch exclusive commodity.
This myth has been going on since the Wii/DS era to try and win a rhetorical victory based on opinion in the face of getting smashed by both of the Nintendo consoles, who took #1 and #2 positions based on the fact of superior hardware and software sales. Another fact of that generation is that it was the most successful in the history of dedicated gaming devices, and Nintendo took home gold and silver. Yet another fact is that Nintendo offered new ways to play classic games as well as provided new avenues to explore new types of games on both Wii and DS... basically, Nintendo won because people were more interested in creative experiences rather than the same-old formulaic clones that were shovelled onto the PS3 and Xbox 360.
I describe myself as a little dose of toxic masculinity.