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Intrinsic said:
LipeJJ said:

Can you blame it tho? We all know Nintendo sales grow the most during the holidays, and this year the heavy hitters are all releasing in that period, unlike 2017. If sales don’t explode by the end of the year, then we can be sure this is it. But we can’t expect sales to be better than they are now (which are pretty good) when the biggest release for months is Mario Tennis...

There are quite a few big hitters for the PS4 around the end of the year too you know? 

Spiderman and RDR2. 

And there is always that possibility we will see the PS4 for as little as $199 at some point in the fall also. 

I’m not comparing it to PS4 here, just saying that after this holidays the Switch baseline should/could significantly grow compared to what we have so far this year, due to the reasons I mentioned (especially the 2 juggernaut system sellers that are also evergreen titles).

But since you mentioned that, I don’t think those titles will have the kind of impact on PS4 this late that Pokémon and Smash will cause on Switch.

Bet with Teeqoz for 2 weeks of avatar and sig control that Super Mario Odyssey would ship more than 7m on its first 2 months. The game shipped 9.07m, so I won