However less games in the first year means less console sales so a smaller audience to sell to. On uk forums I've seen a large number of cancellations for Switch, people who were first excited for the console then came to realise there wasn't much apart from Zelda that they wanted that had been announced. Some have actually chosen to get a s/hand wii u instead of Switch. Console stock still widely available in UK for launch day. I'm not saying its the same in the US though but not expecting the UK to do good numbers. I noticed in Game that they haven't made much effort to promote Switch and likely it will end up at the back of the store soon if sales numbers are poor. However uk marketing has been very minimal, no superbowl equivilent advertising here. I think Nintendo are focusing more on the US perhaps because of greater disposable income.
Wouldn't that be something if used Wii U's outsold Switch in the UK at launch. If Nintendo is concentrating on the US launch then Skyrim for Switch should sell better here in America. Also there are a lot of people here in the US getting their income-tax returns and have money to spend right now. Should help.
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