They got the PS3 and 360 running on the Wii. So how can it be power issues? With these game engines nowadays, you can make any game run on a toaster is less than a week.
It's just that they don't really give a f... Maybe next year, with the Switch selling over 15 million they might consider it... or not.
But, really, c'mon, do people still have hope of seeing third-party games on the Switch? Look at this E3... If third-parties were interested, we would see it at E3... Aside from a few old games like Rocket League e Skyrim and a shitty version of FIFA... Basically, we got nothing.
Ubisoft is only making two games for the console because Nintendo is paying for one of them and the other one is a game made to sell toys.
Even freakin' Capcom ditched the Switch. It's the only console that's not getting the new Monster Hunter. Instead, it's getting a port of handheld that's probably won't be released outside Japan.
It's over, give up. Nintendo consoles are for Nintendo games and that's it.
When Nintendo says: "we got strong third-party support" they mean "we got a bunch of indie games, ports old games and stupid for your little sister like Just Dance"... That the "strong third-party support" Nintendo always talks about.