Switch Just Had the Best Sales Week in Nintendo History

Switch Just Had the Best Sales Week in Nintendo History

Switch Just Had the Best Sales Week in Nintendo History

The pick of the deals is the Nintendo Switch Neon Red/Neon Blue Console for £237.99. That's a 45% improvement over the same period past year.

Nintendo's Switch was also ranked among the top five selling products during the five-day span according to Adobe. Unfortunately, game releases slowed to a crawl in 2018. At the forefront were the Pokemon Let's Go! titles, which continued to add to their growing sales numbers.

This bodes well for the forthcoming December holiday sales rush, which, combined with the release of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, set to release on December 7.

The Super Mario Party game's lifetime sales surpassed 1 million units in the U.S.as of Cyber Monday, and is now the fastest-selling game in the Mario Party series.

The Switch had its best-selling week in the United States since launching in March 2017.

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Hardware sales grew 115% compared to the same period in 2017.

Super Mario Party surpassed 1 million units sold in the US, becoming the fastest-selling game in the Mario Party series and the fifth million-selling first-party Nintendo Switch title joining The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Super Mario Odyssey and Splatoon 2.

Thanks in part to strong Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday sales, the total installed base for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems has hit 22 million.

Elsewhere, the SNES Classic surpassed 2.5 million in lifetime sales over the holidays, while the NES Classic eased past the 2 million sales mark.

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