Nintendo systems have sold over 40 million in North America on 4 occasions, Sony systems have once.
Not really that farfetched.
you're not convincing with that weak argument. motion control era fad is dead, and handhelds will not go back to selling that amazing again with mobile tech where it is now, but hey anything is possible.
Well as you said, anything is possible. Mario could have a sequel to Odyssey or a 2D entry (or even Mario Maker) coming down the pipeline, you got Animal Crossig that is no slouch, especially for women, you got Smash Bros. that creates hype with every character reveal as you’ve probably seen back in 2013-14, and then you have one of the most valuable franchises in the history of entertainment (not just games) in Pokémon. And with games like Skyrim, DOOM, DQXI, Octopath Traveler, SMTV, Bayo 3, LA Noire, and others that have released or are upcoming third party games on the Switch, it’s not out of the realm of possibility to get some more support which was already confirmed by Nintendo when this particular news broke out. Who knows, DBFZ and Soul Calibur VI can potentially make it, especially since the Switch can run engines like Unreal Engine 4 and Unity.
youre already surprised that the Switch sold this well with the crazy 1st party launch-year lineup it has. Maybe the Switch can suprise you once more.