You have an opinion that differs from the majority? Good for you. So have I (in most cases). But sometimes I also agree with the majority, for sometimes people actually care for something because they honestly enjoy it, and not because they're "blinded by big names". Unlike you, I can respect that. Unlike you,, I do not assume that anyone not sharing my opinion is dumb, blinded or ill-informed.
And your "argument" about the dumbing down due to the Switch version is not very convincing. Features are always cut or dumbed down during production. It's a relevant part of the creative process, an evolution of ideas that allows only those that prove durable and worthwhile to survive. Just consider the documents on the design ideas for the original Super Mario Bros. All those cut ideas and concepts. And when you calmly reflect on them you realize it's a good thing they were never implemented, since they would have bogged down the final game and robbed it of its elegant simplicity.
So it is entirely conceivable that the ideas were not cut because Nintendo is so incompetent or greedy, but because features that sounded cool as an idea didn't work in practice. Of course, the game that "might have been" is always better than the one we got, just as the grass is always greener on the other side.
You want to keep calling out poor game design? By all means, do so. But remember that when people ignore you, it's not always because they're foolish sheep or ill-informed plebs. Maybe it's just because they don't agree with your assessment.
PS: And none of this had any relevance on your original claim (which was that Nintendo didn't make games for themselves any more, because whether you like BotW or not - it was made by them.
(And FYI: I replied out of courtesy, but will ignore your replies from now on, because I truly do not care for your opinion since in the past I have read too many of your posts to realize that any "argument" you offer is truly worthwhile. So save yourself the trouble of responding)