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Sunday 21 Jan 2018

Switch beat total sales of ps2 in first year

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December 29, 2017 at 4:46 pm #418029
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A legendary console that gave birth to so many fantastic classic game titles, regardless of whether they still exist or not today. But for those who had enjoyed the golden age at the beginning, the displacement of the generations of the numbers “1” to “2” at that time was open eyes about the potential of a gaming platform, especially from the visual side. Playstation 2 in its lifetime, offering so much memory and cool irreplaceable games to hundreds of millions of gamers around the world. But who would have thought, that his fantastic achievements in the Japanese market was not enough to survive the hype built by Nintendo’s latest Nintendo Switch platform. Comparing one year of release to both, Switch was superior.

With the end of the year approaching and the accumulation process for monthly console sales from Media Crates data that can be done, 2017 is indeed a “sweet year” for Nintendo, especially in the Japanese market. Having achieved many fantastic achievements, the data also show that Switch’s sales in the first year managed to subdue sales in the same period of time for the past popular super-console – Playstation 2. Why compare it to the Playstation 2? Because the legendary Sony console is still holding the title as the best-selling console in the first year of release for the Japanese market so far. Of course, before he was subdued by Switch.

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The Nintendo Switch is believed to have sold about 3.2 million units in the first year of release (from the first month of release – end of 2017), while the Playstation 2 was “only” sold at 3.016 million units only. The sales performance that deserves thumbs up is believed to be happening because Nintendo managed to make sure the Switch stock is available to meet the demand for year-end holidays soaring. Even some big retailer sites like Amazon Japan though, now have enough stock to facilitate it.

With a solid 2017 year thanks to exciting proprietary gaming support, Nintendo does develop a strong sense of optimism about Switch’s performance over the next few years. Will the Switch appear just the same in 2018? Let’s wait.

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