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Christopher Dring Senior Editor Tuesday 14th March 2017 Share this article Share Companies in this article NintendoNintendo has sold 1.5m Nintendo Switch consoles worldwide, SuperData says.
However, the platform holder says it is confident it can avoid a repeat performance with Nintendo Switch due to some significant first party products including Mario Kart 8 Deluxe next month.
Using data supplied to it by both Famitsu and GfK, SuperData says that 500,000 consoles were sold in the US, 360,000 were sold in Japan while Europe ‘isn’t far behind’.
Nintendo says its aim was to sell 2m Switch consoles by the end of March – these figures suggest it is well on its way to hitting that target.
Launch week sales, although important, neither make or break a console.
Nintendo America Boss Answers Questions About Switch Issues
as mentioned in A visitor shows the Joy-Con controllers for the Nintendo Switch games console during the new console’s unveiling, it Switch by it Co on January 13, 2017 in Paris, France.
On reports of the Switch dock scratching the tablet screenFils-Aimé: Again, this is why we’re encouraging consumers to reach out to us directly.
On reports of connectivity issues with some Joy-ConsReggie Fils-Aimé: First, we’ve seen the inquiries, and we here in the Americas are looking at all the information we can get our hands on.
We are directing consumers to contact us through Nintendo Support for any and all potential questions they may have.
UPDATE (3/10/17): Nintendo has released an additional statement on Switch support questions:
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Nintendo Switch In Dire Need Of ‘Pokemon’ Game
This new “Pokemon” game is supposedly it Switch version of “Pokemon Sun and Moon.”
What makes it Switch so popular is that it can both be an in-house gaming console or a mobile gaming device.
Although there is nothing much to go on, those hoping for a Nintendo Switch “Pokemon” can imagine it with the help of those screenshots.
AdvertisementThe only thing that it Switch and “Pokemon” fans are holding on to are the words of Tsunezaku Ishihara, Mic wrote.
It can be the alleged upcoming “Pokemon Stars” or it can be any one of its older versions revamped for Switch.