Well, as I understand it, the Switch is supposed to be fairly easy to port games to. More so than previous generations from Nintendo. The power of the Switch will definitely be an issue, but it is possible that Nintendo will develop an upgrade that will at least add more memory that could help things along. But when it comes to third party support, Nintendo players have always wanted said support for the Nintendo consoles compared Sony, Microsoft and even going back to Sega. The successes of "Final Fantasy", "Mega Man", "Street Fighter", "Castlevania", "Mortal Kombat", "Bases Loaded", "RBI Baseball", "Super Ghouls N Ghosts", "Spy Hunter", "Star Wars" and more, back in the 80's and 90's proves that point. Third party developers weren't weary because of lack of success in their games being sold, but because Nintendo hardware wasn't capable of supporting those games for one reason or another. The use of cartridges, smaller discs and under powered hardware is what hurt third party support for the consoles. Look at the XBox One. It was under powered and lacking in memory and it affected sales. Microsoft ditches the Kinect, adds more memory and improves the hardware in order to compete with Sony again.