-I said home consoles.
Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition on 3DS isn't a home console Street Fighter game, plus it wasn't a new game. It's was released in 2011 and was based on the 2010 home console version (a late port). Capcom was already working on Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, which was confirmed a year prior during the development of the 3DS version (announced at E3), and was released just a few months after the 3DS version released. The 3DS version being the older game meant that it's missing the upgrades, tweaks, new moves, and new characters that's in the Arcade Edition home console version, which, again, was release just a few months after the 3DS version.
Of course, the Wii U got nothing from them besides some virtual console games (which aren't new games). I think the last new Nintendo home console main Street Fighter game was Street Fighter Alpha 2 for Super NES in 1996, but that was also a late port (by a few months). So, the last game to be on par with other consoles was Super Street Fighter II for Super NES which was released simultaneously with the Sega Genesis version in 1994. What a shame.
Still, SSFIV: 3D Edition was not a new game and was outdated shortly after it launched. It was Capcom giving Nintendo the scraps while they moved forward with the other consoles, otherwise there would've been Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition on 3DS, also.
-Street Fighter V isn't a bad game, but I dislike how it was handled. Yes, it's PlayStation and PC exclusion, bie I'm also talking about all Street FIghter games. It wouldn't surprise me is Street Fighter 6 is multiplatform again, but only on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC
Besides Street FIghter:
-Where's Tekken 7?
-Where do you think the next Dead or Alive game is going to end up (probably not on the Switch)?
-Where's Soulcalibur 6? The GameCube (capable hardware at the time) got SCII. SCIII was PS2-exclusive. Wii onward got the terrible Soulcalibur Legends and missed out on the rest. Nintendo, sadly, didn't even get an HD remake of II.
-Just because YOU don't like other first-person shooters out there doesn't mean everyone feel the same way.
-How can an online game not fit on the Switch when it can fit on everything else. There are a lot of home console and portable games that have its main mode being online, or at least that's where many people spend a great deal of their time playing on the Vita, the 3DS, the DS, the PSP, and the Switch weather or not the system uses Wifi, 4G, or physical cables, like Monster Hunter, Phantasy Star Online, Splatoon, and Doom... AND NOW you have Capcom "supporting" Switch with streaming games like Resident Evil 7, which is online only (terrible, but it's there).
You said you dislike games like Fortnite on the Switch, but there are lots of gamers who are happy that it's there, and that's a great thing. Not too long ago, people were asking for Overwatch on the Switch.
-There still a good number of what's called "Western-styled RPGs" not on Switch like Bard's Tale: Remastered and Resnarkled, Elex, The Technomancer, Gauntlet, the Divinity games, the main Fallout games, Torment: Tides of Numenera,. The Switch only has a few. Wasteland 3 is currently not planned for Switch.