More details on an upcoming Nintendo Switch games list addition has been revealed this week, shedding more light on the new Mario - Rabbids crossover. A Rabbids/Mario game was reported to be a launch title for the new console, however, that was before ...and more »
The latest Nintendo Switch games list news, price reveals and stock updatesMore details on an upcoming Nintendo Switch games list addition has been revealed this week, shedding more light on the new Mario - Rabbids crossover.
A Rabbids/Mario game was reported to be a launch title for the new console, however, that was before it was revealed that Nintendo were looking to space out their biggest releases in 2017/18.
Now new information on the Nintendo Switch game has come to light, with renowned Nintendo insider Emily Rogers providing more details on what kind of title it will be.
“Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle” has eight playable characters — including Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Yoshi — and they each have their own sci-fi weapons, laser guns, arm cannons, etc,” she explains.
“But you don’t control the characters — you control Tuttorio, a small floating dish, to guide them through the worlds. There is also co-op multiplayer.”
Ubisoft also look to see only offer family friendly games for the foreseeable future, although that could change depending on those who are actually buying the Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo has revealed impressive new Nintendo Switch sales stats, meaning that the initial price concerns of the new console have been proved unfounded.
Following yesterday's Nintendo financial report, Nintendo has confirmed that Switch games sales are up to 5.46 million.
This impressive sales stat means that nearly two games have been sold for every Switch console.
Nintendo Switch mini game collection 1-2 Switch made up a big number of the sales, shipping almost 1 million in its opening month.
According to Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima, Snipperclips has been downloaded more than 350,000 times.
Super Bomberman R has also proven popular, shifting 500,000 copies since launch.
But it's Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild that has proven most popular, notching up sales of 2.76 million.
Bizarrely, this means it's sold more copies than there are Switch consoles.
Zelda Breath of the Wild has sold just over a million units on the Wii U, taking combined sales to 3.84 million.
For anyone hunting for Nintendo Switch stock in the United States recently, a lot of time may have been spent searching online and ringing up stores.
That’s because the new console continues to prove an incredibly popular new product.
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Nintendo themselves recently confirmed that Nintendo Switch sales want way past their cautious estimates and their conservative production plans are now being felt by consumers.
It’s fair to see why this course of action was taken by the Japanese games giant, however, the full scope of stock checking problems have now been laid bare.
A leading US games retailer has shed more light on the current situation, revealing that consoles are being sold within HOURS, not days.
Eric Bright, GameStop's Senior Director of Merchandising, revealed the news to Forbes, explaining: “It's exceeding our expectations.
"We knew it would be a high-demand product, but our Switch allocations are selling out not in days, but in hours...the demand is so high that consumers have to react quickly to be able to get their hands on them."
Bright also confirmed some pretty serious news to fans who are waiting for Nintendo Switch stock to be replenished and easy access to be in place; this probably won’t be happening soon.
“Right now we're not seeing sales going down at all, and I would expect that to continue for quite some time,” he added.
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