Um, yes. I explicitly told you that I am cherry-picking to support a conclusion. It looks like cherry-picking because that was my goal.
As for Zelda, critical acclaim and gaming forum chatter don't mean anything in the big picture. The reason why Breath of the Wild is besting Twilight Princess is that BotW is trickling down to the common man, the people who don't care about reviews and gaming forum opinions. Even Skyward Sword had critical acclaim and gaming forum praise, but its sales lagged far behind TP. That's not because of who owned the console, but rather the failure of the game. SS is incredibly linear and puzzle-heavy whereas The Legend of Zelda actually built its strong reputation on freedom and combat. Similarly, Metroid: Other M was a commercial failure regardless of who owned the console because the game was an outright betrayal of what Metroid stands for.
You can actually go back to the beginning of this very thread here and see me say why Breath of the Wild will pummel Twilight Princess in sales. Breath of the Wild is a much, much better Zelda than Twilight Princess. The Wii brought back gamers who owned Nintendo consoles before. They bought Twilight Princess because it was called The Legend of Zelda, but word of mouth wasn't particularly kind because it didn't really match what those people expected from Zelda. Breath of the Wild is getting much better traction because those people who have returned to Nintendo again are very positive about it. Long term sales are heavily dependent on word of mouth and BotW beats TP comfortably in that category. You can go wherever you want and do what you want; you aren't funneled through episodes of catching light bugs.
Whoever said no switch this party is close to a million. Mario+Rabbids is there and so is puyo puyo returns super bomberman was close though I don't know about that one. Plus Skyrim, doom and FIFA are gauranteed that and that's just off the top of my head
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