Nintendo Switch Sales thread - 4.7m shipped since launch

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PostRe: Nintendo Switch Sales thread - 4.7m shipped since launch
by Karl » Tue Sep 12, 2017 6:00 pm

I think it helps that the Switch only had to do well compared to the Wii U to be perceived as successful, whereas the Xbone was in direct competition with the PS4.

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PostRe: Nintendo Switch Sales thread - 4.7m shipped since launch
by The Watching Artist » Tue Sep 12, 2017 6:48 pm

Karl wrote:I think it helps that the Switch only had to do well compared to the Wii U to be perceived as successful, whereas the Xbone was in direct competition with the PS4.

Maybe MS should have tried to make something unique.

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PostRe: Nintendo Switch Sales thread - 4.7m shipped since launch
by Mafro » Wed Sep 13, 2017 6:58 pm

NickSCFC wrote:https://twitter.com/Chris_Dring/status/907547744994295808

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UK sales of Switch are slower compared with other markets. But doing ok. Currently ahead of Xbox One for the year (but well behind PS4)

That's pretty impressive given how the UK has often been Nintendo's weakest major market.

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PostRe: Nintendo Switch Sales thread - 4.7m shipped since launch
by NickSCFC » Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:08 pm

Mafro wrote:
NickSCFC wrote:https://twitter.com/Chris_Dring/status/907547744994295808

Christopher Dring (ex MCV)
UK sales of Switch are slower compared with other markets. But doing ok. Currently ahead of Xbox One for the year (but well behind PS4)

That's pretty impressive given how the UK has often been Nintendo's weakest major market.


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