Nintendo reportedly plans to bring more 3DS games to Switch

Nintendo Switch Lite might get 3DS titles to boost its appeal

Nintendo Switch Lite might get 3DS titles to boost its appeal

Change Lite revenue begun sturdy in September but have considering that leveled off a little bit.

[] In the following video around 45:20, the two discussed Nintendo's statement about the strong sales of Switch Lite, and this may lead to more 3DS licenses to enter Nintendo's new handheld.

Several of Nintendo's older titles continue to promote properly, occasionally a long time soon after their preliminary release. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 2 million sales in ten days means that portable gaming still has a foothold in the market.

When it comes to consoles, we expect to see more deals on Playstation, Xbox, and Nintendo bundles.

In fact, you can already shop for Nintendo bundles on Amazon, with games like Just Dance 2019, Legend of Zelda, and Luigi's Mansion 3 included with Switch and Switch Lite consoles.

"When That happened, I heard that Nintendo cancelled a lot of additional 3DS plans", Khan states. Still, they also want more players on the Switch Lite as natural as possible.

Nintendo claims it has found "individuals attain further comprehension of Nintendo Swap Lite when they really see and maintain it".

The Wall Street Journal's Takashi Mochizuki spoke to Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa, who revealed that "the company would make more 3DS franchises available on the Switch". U Deluxe, tremendous Smash Bros. After adding in the 118.69 million Game Boys and Game Boy Colors, the 81.51 million Game Boy Advances, the 154.02 million Nintendo DS's, and the 75.45 million Nintendo 3DS's sold in their lifetimes, you get a grand total of 752.21 million Nintendo consoles sold worldwide. Supreme, Pokemon Let's Go, and Super Mario Occasion-sold over 1 million copies in that 6-month period of time, well immediately after their initial release.

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