In a recent interview, Luc Bernard, chief creative officer of Arcade Distillery Studios, said the Nintendo Switch host was the industry's easiest platform to work with.
Previously in the game industry, Sony was known to have close ties with independent game developers and to be very easy to work with, but things have changed since Nintendo Switch came in.
Bernard talked about whether the progress of games on all game console platforms is the same.
The PS4 is still the mainframe platform where sales crush other competitors, but their competitors may now be paying more attention to independent developers.
Switch's friendly attitude toward independent game developers has yielded a lot of positive feedback, and it seems that Nintendo did in some way turn the Switch host into an environment for independent developers to live in.
Nintendo Switch will launch its flagship Nintendo Star Wars this winter, and is expected to continue the mainframe boom.