After having an incredible year, the Nintendo Switch is showing no signs of slowing down. After just ten months, the console has sold 4.8 million units in the United States, according to Nintendo’s internal figures. These numbers were no doubt boosted by a busy holiday season, and they have pushed the Nintendo Switch to be the fastest selling home console in US history.

With quite an exciting 2017 behind it, Nintendo has a lot to live up to in 2018. Only time will tell how great this year will be, but with plenty more games on the horizon, I’m not too worried.

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Written by Jaxson Tapp

While Jaxson's time is currently filled with writing for Nintendo Wire and making sure he remembers to bring his 3DS absolutely everywhere, the greatest occupier of his time will always be anxiously waiting for Luigi's Mansion HD to be announced.

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  1. CuriousUserX90 says:

    Big Mistake it is to ditch Miiverse on the Switch, which really changed our lives on the Wii U, and we really need it back, games are no fun to play if we can’t share our experiences of them with the world. No Miiverse Successor for Switch means no Super Mario Maker game for Switch don’t forget.

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  2. CuriousUserX90 says:

    Never forget that I will not be getting a Switch myself till the Next Official Mario Kart game with 16 NEW Nitro and Retro Tracks along with aspects seen in Super Mario Odyssey for it is announced to be coming it’s way, the one thing we’ve been lucky to have and be amazed by on each and every Nintendo System.

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