As of right now Arms is one of the most popular fighting titles for the Nintendo Switch. Since its release back in June of 2017 the game had managed to sell over 100,000 worldwide within its first which was nothing short of impressive. However, if the game was released for the 3DS some might argue that the game would not have done as well in terms of sales.
If Nintendo decided to release Arms do the Nintendo 3DS XL right now it could potentially turn people away from purchasing the game on the Nintendo Switch. Makings game like Arms an exclusive title for the Nintendo Switch is one of the few things that makes the game itself appealing. If Arms wasn’t an exclusive title for the Nintendo Switch it would probably would not sold as much as it did since its release.
As we have recently heard a new demo for Pokken Tournament DX for the Nintendo Switch is expected to be released sometime in the near future. In terms of whether or not the game is going to be a huge success on the Nintendo Switch does not seem like much of a question to some people. For the Nintendo Wii U the original Pokken Tournament game has managed to sell over one million units worldwide and was probably one the most popular fighting titles for the console next to Super Smash Bros for the Wii U.
Besides Arms and Ultra Street Fighter II there isn’t too many fighting titles on the Nintendo Switch right now. When Pokken Tournament DX arrives on the Nintendo Switch in September 2017 the game is almost guaranteed to be one of the top titles for that console.
The sales for the Nintendo Switch has been quite impressive since its release back in the early part of March 2017. Since its release the Nintendo Switch has been surpassing game consoles such as the PS4 and Xbox One in terms of monthly sales on some occasions. In fact it has recently been announced that the Nintendo Switch has surpassed the Nintendo Switch in terms of monthly sales in July 2017.
It’s no question that the Nintendo Switch aid shaping up to be one of the best selling game systems of 2017. While the Nintendo Switch has been thriving in the gaming market the momentum that the console had gained this year going into 2018 can be affected by new developments that has appeared out of nowhere. The issues that Nintendo has with Gamevice along with the release of the Xbox One X in the Fall of 2017 might can play a sign role in whey or not the Nintendo will continue to have the upper hand in the gaming market.
Since its release many fans and critics have been impressed by Sonic Mania which has been ported for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Even though, having Sonic Mania on home based consoles is a good thing some have wondered why the game was never released for handheld consoles like the PlayStation Vita.
Even though, the PlayStation Vita pales in terms of popularity in comparison to the Nintendo 3DS it would be nice to see the new Sonic title on a portable gaming device other than the hybrid Nintendo Switch console. If Sonic Mania was released for the PlayStation Vita it would definitely sell much less in comparison to the PS4, Xbox One or even the Nintendo Switch.
There are so many upcoming titles that people are waiting to release for various game consoles including the Nintendo Switch in 2018. Bloodstained Ritual of the Night is probably one of the main video games that Switch owners are looking forward too right. As we know the 2.5D action adventure game will be featured for consoles such as the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation Vita and the Nintendo Switch.
What is surprising about Bloodstained Ritual of the Night is that the game was never announced for the Nintendo 3DS. As a handheld gaming system the Nintendo 3DS is more popular than the PlayStation Vita. However, since the Nintendo Switch is considered to be a hybrid console there is probably no need to have Bloodstained Ritual of the Night ported for the Nintendo 3DS.
Both the Nintendo DS and the Nintendo 64 were memorable gaming systems that many people still cherish to this day. While both the Nintendo DS and the N64 bring back a sense of nostalgia to retro gamers it would be tough for them to choose on which on was better over all. In terms of sales the Nintendo DS managed to sell over 154 million units worldwide while the Nintendo 64 had managed to reach over 32 million.
While the Nintendo DS sold more than the N64 its debatable on whether or not it was more popular. When the N64 was first released in the mid 90’s it was very since it was the first ever 64-bit game console that the world has seen. In terms of availability it seems like the Nintendo DS has been retail long along with the fact that the console had more games overall. There games such as Super Mario 64, MRio Kart 64, GoldenEye 007, Zelda Majora’s Mask, Perfect Dark and others that sold millions on the N64. But on the Nintendo DS we had titles such as Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, HeartGold, SoulSilver, Diamond along with Mario and Zelda games that people would spend their money on without thinking twice about it. The fact companies such as Microsoft and Sony went beyond 128 bit gaming in the 00’s in some way made the 64 bit Nintendo DS very popular. In fact the Nintendo DS sold more than the PSP did in the 00’s.
When it comes down to the racing genre of gaming there are so many titles that people enjoy on video games consoles such as the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, etc. When it comes down down to Nintendo based consoles the only racing titles that comes to mind is the Mario Kart series. While the Mario Kart series has provided many people with an unforgettable gaming experience for over the past two decades there has not been to many memorable racing titles that we have seen on Nintendo based consoles.
Back in the 90’s and the early 00’s the F-Zero series was still popular while providing a gaming experience that was arguably better than any of the Super Mario Kart games. Even though we have some impressive games for the Nintendo Switch such as Fast Racing Neo which is pretty much a spiritual successor to the F-Zero series the game has received the rype of recognition that it deserves. With the exception of the Mario Kart series it seems like racing genre of gaming has declined in popularity when it came NES down to Nintendo based consoles and has been a trend that has been going on since its he 90’s.