Jontron is a non-issue, honestly. It's a super minor cameo in game filled with garbled sound clips, and the fact people are more upset over THAT than this actual problem baffles me.
For one thing, releasing it months later than the other platforms should never be tolerated unless it's due to it being an eshop only game (where approval processes can vary) or if it's going to include exclusive features down the line. (like Minecraft) It should also be noted that one of their stretch goals for a same day, multiplatform release for all consoles. That was destroyed and yet they still thought it would be fitting to announce that the Wii U version was canned the same day they confirmed the date for other systems. And when a Switch version was confirmed, they didn't even bother to upload their end of the bargain on that stretch goal and were overly silent.
And just because they offered refunds for the Wii U version, that doesn't excuse the fact that their treatment of Nintendo fans was incredibly shitty and how messy the whole situation became. Wii U cancellation aside, (since their "Tech issue" reasoning is likely BS compared to what most others have estimated) they refused to give any info on whether or not a switch version was 100% happening until the end of January, an entire month after they cancelled the Wii U port.
Then when they finally do get around to it, they offer zero release estimates of any kind. No quarter predictions, no release month, and not even a yes/no on if it would hit the same day as the other consoles. And the backerkit reflected that all the way until platform switching/refunds expired, with them being too stupidly vague and expecting people to risk switching to the Switch without the knowledge of when it'll come out, not even a vague estimation to help.
And THEN when they say that they are too poor to release the game on cartridge despite Nicalis doing so with BOI, (NICALIS of all companies, the "europe is too expensive" company) despite how all the other consoles get some sort of physical bonus, it should feel like a big betrayal to Nintendo fans. But nooooo, apparently showing clips of the PC version in a Nindies direct is all that it takes to be instantly forgiven under blind nostalgia for the delay that could very well become Watch Dogs Wii U 2.0. They could have easily communicated with their INVESTORS on the issue as soon as the first sign of a problem on the Wii U version arose, but instead they're going the generic western publisher PR route. (And that includes giving Reviewers codes to the full game BEFORE the backers, despite the backers being the ones who made the game exist to begin with.)
Compared to the poor communication with Nintendo backers/fans alike, the jontron "issue" is laughable at best, and the fact that people are wrecking their steam forums over such an idiotic issue makes me very angry at the things people will get upset over. Be totally fine with being treated like shit solely because some members on the dev team made a few hits for a system that you played when you were a kid, yet somehow go insane because they remove 10 seconds of garbled voice acting.
So yeah, people should be pissed at how they're treating Nintendo owners, but even then that doesn't excuse the type of behavior shown by people are on their steam forums. Those are just A-holes and there's a reason Playtonic is banning so many toxic individuals.