Nintendo has given us an update on the latter angle, revealing that the system has shifted over ten million units since launch just nine months ago in early March. According to Ars Technica, The Nintendo Wii sold 13.17 million units within the first 10.5 months of its release.
On the backs of a clever piece of hardware and some of the most inspired titles in the Nintendo lineage, the company is riding high on their success. One thing is for certain, despite the week launch lineup of games, Nintendo has managed to kick some serious ass adding a bunch of new and exciting games to their lineup since launch.
Nintendo Switch Sells Over 10 Million Units in First Nine Months
The report claims that USA sales have not yet been disclosed by the company, but it is claimed that at least more than 2.6 million units were sold in the US. What makes the Nintendo Switch stand out is that the device is two-fold. Nintendo's current projections predict the sale of 16.7 million individual Switch units, once the holiday sales season is over.
There's even a good chance the Switch will outsell the Wii U's entire lifetime total, of less than 14 million, in just 12 months. You can play it at home on the big screen just like any conventional game console. In that instance you simply lift the Switch unit out of its dock and you can continue your game on the go without any interruption.
Palestinian child struck by army vehicle in West Bank
Across the Arab and Muslim worlds, thousands more protesters had gathered to express solidarity. Protesters clashed with security forces Sunday outside of the U.S.
The Switch has been supported by one of the strongest software launches in Nintendo history. This includes first-party titles like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Odyssey, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, and Arms.
It'll be interesting to see what will come of this situation regarding the Switch when holiday season kicks into full force and when 2018 and all of its games roll out? "The pace is one of the fastest in our own history and in gaming history".
Trump Jerusalem move: Tear gas at Lebanon US embassy protest
Lebanese Communist Party head Hanna Gharib addressed the demonstrators, calling the United States " the enemy of Palestine ". The group's leader, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, urge for a protest against the decision in Beirut stronghold on Monday.
'I'd be telling Dejan Lovren off' - Sam Allardyce rubbishes Liverpool penalty complaints
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp must make do without left-back Alberto Moreno, who has an ankle injury. He added: 'They had three shots on target, we had two.