Top 10 Game Charts: Super Smash Bros. pummels the competition

Top 10 Game Charts: Super Smash Bros. pummels the competition

Top 10 Game Charts: Super Smash Bros. pummels the competition

Not only is the Switch selling faster than the Xbox One or PS4 in America, but Smash Bros. "We're looking forward to delivering more excitement and smiles to our fans in the coming year and beyond".

For Nintendo, the Switch's success has also extended to its games as well.

Nintendo is also the overall top-selling USA software publisher so far for this year, although that's unsurprising given how many excellent Nintendo Switch games have come out this year. These numbers makes Smash Bros.

The Nintendo Switch has snapped up the title of the fastest-selling console of the current hardware generation, according to a report from Business Wire. This performance should receive an additional boost from the December release of the Super Smash Bros. In its first 21 months of availability, Nintendo has sold more than 8.7 million systems in the U.S., outpacing all other current-gen systems through the same point in their life cycles.

Top 10 Game Charts: Super Smash Bros. pummels the competition
Nintendo Switch’s US sales surpass the PS4 and Xbox at the same age

Nintendo hardware unit and dollar sales for 2018 are at their highest annual totals since 2011.

Nintendo's eShop sales have also seen a huge bump this year.

Plenty of gamers are feeling the urge to catch 'em all too, since Pokemon Let's Go has sold 2 million copies - this figure includes both the Pikachu and Eevee versions - since its November 16 release.

Now playing: Watch this: Here's what you need to know about Super Smash Bros. By comparison, the PlayStation 4 sold 30 million units in the 24 months after its launch, according to Sony. Ultimate has done. Both Nintendo of America and Nintendo Europe had some good news to share, first up the Americans.

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