Summary for February 2019

The Google spreadsheet with all collected data can be viewed here.

Switch is now two years old and this thread is one year old. Activity chugs along at a low level. What's left is mostly coming from the same few people.

Total Stats

No new members in February. Milestones that were reached this month:

First Party - 800 total games.
Third Party - 1,600 total games.
All Games - 2,400 total games, 1,300 digital games.

  First Party     Third Party     All Games    
Total Ph. Dig. Ph. % Total Ph. Dig. Ph. % Total Ph. Dig. Ph. % FP %
810
(+16)
622
(+11)
188
(+5)
76.8
(-0.2)
1,629
(+71)
469
(+21)
1,160
(+50)
28.8
(0)
2,439
(+87)
1,091
(+32)
1,348
(+55)
44.7
(-0.3)
33.2
(-0.6)
Tie
Ratio
7.36
(+0.14)
    Tie
Ratio
14.81
(+0.65)
    Tie
Ratio
22.17
(+0.79)
  Mem.
Count
110
(0)

First Party Game Rankings

TM LM Title Total Ph. Dig. Ph. % AR %
1 1 Super Mario Odyssey 95 74 21 78 86
2 2 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 92 84 8 91 84
3 3 Splatoon 2 80 61 19 76 73
4 4 Mario Kart 8 Deluxe 77 58 19 75 70
5 5 Xenoblade Chronicles 2 62 48 14 77 56
6 5 Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle 59 50 9 85 54
7 7 ARMS 42 35 7 83 38
8 8 Fire Emblem Warriors 35 31 4 89 32
9 10 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 30 21 9 70 27
10 9 Bayonetta 2 29 22 7 76 26
11 12 Kirby Star Allies 25 21 4 84 23
11 10 Snipperclips (Plus): Cut It Out, Together! 25 10 15 40 23
13 15 Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze 17 12 5 71 15
13 13 Pokémon: Let's Go, Evee!/Let's Go, Pikachu! 17 16 1 94 15
15 13 Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country 16 10 6 63 15
16 16 Mario Tennis Aces 14 13 1 93 12
17 17 Pokken Tournament DX 12 11 1 92 11
18 20 Super Mario Party 11 6 5 55 10
19 18 1-2-Switch 10 8 2 80 9
19 18 Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition 10 10 0 100 9

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the biggest mover in a slow month. Super Mario Party gains enough to remain in the top 20 while Picross S drops out.

The first party release in March is Yoshi's Crafted World.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

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