Switch this week, surpassing the sales of Sony's PlayStation Vita sales, has strengthened its position as a highly portable video game system in Japan.
In 2011, Nitendo's hybrid device in Japan, Vita was an important edition released in March 2011. Shortly before the start of release, Switch has recently been in sale Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Pokemon: Let's go, Picasa! and let's go, Eevee!
For less than two years in Japan, Switch has replaced more than six million units (about 6,112,100). Last week, the system sold 281,222 units. Vita's total current value is 5,955,448 units and Sony disclaims a discontinued game in September 2019 and reports to the prospective device that there is no plan.
In both cases, Sony's hand-operated systems, like Nintendo's portable hardware, could not be affected. This includes the mismatch between the company and the DS and 3DS sales dynamics, allowing Nintendo to dominate the market of video game gaming on a small screen with key franchisees like Mario and Pokémon.
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