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It's hard to say because I don't think Nintendo really prioritizes final LTD that much. If they did they would have kept the DS going long enough to pass the PS2 as it was in reach but they had no interest. The PS4 could probably sell quite a bit more too if Sony wanted to treat it like the PS2, but there's not much interest in low profit sales these days. 

Nintendo is likely internally more focused with how they're going to launch the successor to Switch without fucking it up as with what happened with the 3DS and Wii U launches at this point, that's a bigger challenge and has more bearing on the future of their business obviously. 

Last edited by Soundwave - on 14 November 2022