Had MSoft folowed the same route they did with the 360, they could have gotten a chance... of being constantly on the list, not to win. Buy they screwed up so much that I doubt they''ll ever be able to recover.
As far as I remember, Spain was one of the very few countries where the Vita didn't fail (or at least not nearly as hard as in many other regions). It's possible that the Switch is starting to pick up the game-starved Vita audience who just wanted a powerful handheld gaming device and didn't care about Sonys exclusives.
@JEMC: Interesting data. But it also suggests that while Spain is probably still Sonyland, Switch is possibly closing the gap bit by bit if it manages to stay at 6 to 4 without any big releases. It will be interesting to watch the European charts in the next months to see if Switch is increasing it's sales there or if Sony is just too dominant in this region.
The PS4 didn't had big releases either and still managed to win.
Swith will improve and fight for the top stop with Sony when big come out, but I don't think it will be able to beat it in total sales. Even when Odyssey launched in October, it still lost against the PS4 version of Fifa 18 that launched in September.
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