Adobe Digital has been tracking consumer spends over Black Friday and has been finding out what consumers have been purchasing. Interestingly, despite the lack of discounts, it’s the Nintendo Switch which was the most purchased product in the US.
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Also the most expensive out of that bunch… can’t wait to see the final numbers for this past weekend and then you have the cyber monday and even though there is no deal with the Switch, some sites might have game or accessory discounts … Gonna be a good week to work at Nintendo this week.
i wish i had that
…. and at full price. Let’s hope Nintendo reinvests this profit into manpower to get big hitters like Pokemon and Metroid out next year.
And the Switch continues to be a very hot big selling item even despite a discount. Not only was it the best selling gaming system in the US but the selling item there period? WOW…..the Switch is for real….it’s a force to be reckoned with
That is 100% true, paid. Next month, I’m planning on buying the Switch along with a MicroSD memory card and at least two games (one physical and one via eShop [Rocket League]).
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Nintendo is switching up the market as we know it! No longer are they trying to sell wii u’s anymore…oh how times have changed for the better ^_^
Crazy considering there’s little to no stock.
There’s actually more in stock than before.
I know they held it for the holiday demand, but still.
All these sales are going to get more and more third party devs invested. It’s going to be glorious.
Despite the “new” Xbox One model, despite the PS4 dropping prices like flies and despite Nintendo not dropping a 8-9 month old Switch console, it still beat the shit out of all competition. Life is good. X3
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