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Nintendo Switch shipped 92.87m by September 30th. Lifetime sales expectations?

Less than 110 million 35 4.06%
 
110.0 - 119.9 million 88 10.20%
 
120.0 - 129.9 million 176 20.39%
 
130.0 - 139.9 million 183 21.21%
 
140.0 - 149.9 million 130 15.06%
 
150.0 - 159.9 million 141 16.34%
 
160.0 - 169.9 million 55 6.37%
 
170.0 - 179.9 million 11 1.27%
 
180.0 - 190.0 million 7 0.81%
 
More than 190 million 37 4.29%
 
Total:863
Chicho said:

165 people so far have voted less than 130.

Probably mostly on the front page without thinking about it to much. Can't see how anyone at this point would seriously think it'll end up below 130mil.

You mustn't forget though that you can vote several times on those front page polls.



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Kakadu18 said:

Probably mostly on the front page without thinking about it to much. Can't see how anyone at this point would seriously think it'll end up below 130mil.

You mustn't forget though that you can vote several times on those front page polls.

I wasnt aware of that.



140-150m.

As for favourite game, hard to decide on a single one: The World Ends With You Final Remix, Valkyria Chronicles, Astral Chain, Metroid Dread



 

I don't get how people are expecting a new system before the end of 2023 when next year we will have a new entry for almost every main Nintendo franchises.
There will def be a new mainline 3D Mario game end of 2022/early 2023 for the movie. This means no new Zelda, Mario, Splatoon for the successor for years unless they do a same time release for them... especially Splatoon 3 which honestly could have waited to release on launch of the new system instead since they like to support their games for 1-2 years. A Switch pro will happen, it has to. Why would they even upgrade Switch's screen if it was to launch a successor a year latter unless it has the EXACT same display and design. It don't make sense to me.