Currently, the original developers are credited via a generic slate.
It's safe to say that it's the original developers who conceptualised and built these games in such a way that they're worthy of a remaster or remake today. Even if they had nothing to do with the new iteration, the dev team behind a remaster would be nowhere without the original vision – and so, the original dev team deserves a place in the credits of a remaster. That's exactly how former Retro studios engineer Zoid Kirsch feels.
Based on the work of the original development team.
That's pretty low..
Depending on how long the credits are for the current team, I can see why it would be decided not to essentially double that.
Without those original devs, there is no beloved game to remaster and put new names on. Disappointing Nintendo, do the right thing and patch it in.
Oof. Fix it Nintendo.