Japanese Analyst Predicts Switch Sales To Surpass Nintendo’s Forecast

Japanese Analyst Predicts Switch Sales To Surpass Nintendo’s Forecast

Japanese analyst, Hideki Yasuda, from the Ace Economic Research Institute in Osaka, has released his latest forecast for Nintendo’s full fiscal year – predicting the company will shift 25 million Switch units and 140 million software units. According to DualShockers, this would put the total amount of Switch sales at 42.79 million units by March next…

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Nintendo’s Online Service is Finally Here, and it’s Disappointingly Bland

Nintendo’s Online Service is Finally Here, and it’s Disappointingly Bland

I won’t bother trying to encapsulate the Nintendo Switch’s astonishing commercial success any more eloquently than what’s already been written a hundred times before, but it’s absolutely a tour de force of the gaming industry beyond the initial launch hype. The numbers speak for themselves, anyway, and Nintendo’s projections are impressively bullish. What I will…

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Nintendo’s $20 charging stand finally fixes the Switch’s kickstand problem

Versatility has also been on of the Switch’s best features. The latest Nintendo system is a fascinating hybrid device that skirts the line between home and portable gaming. Still, there are some in-between scenarios the console didn’t get quite right out of the box. The kickstand problem has plagued the otherwise well-received device since its…

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Nintendo’s new president hopes silver bullet will blast iOS and Android game sales into Switch territory

Nintendo’s new president hopes silver bullet will blast iOS and Android game sales into Switch territory

Nintendo’s leaders have won plaudits — and some criticism — for thinking differently about games than its competitors, so it’s perhaps no surprise that incoming Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa isn’t planning to rely solely on Switch sales in Japan, the U.S., and Europe to fuel the company’s future growth. Starting in June, he will also focus on…

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