"Still, remakes and indie titles aren't compelling enough for most people to buy a new console".
This news comes as part of Nintendo's latest financial earnings report, where sales figures for its hardware are revealed.
The result, announced this morning, signals a continued strong reception for the Nintendo Switch, which had already exceeded its immediate predecessor, the Wii U, in lifetime unit sales. "That's raising worries about Nintendo's ability to reach its target of 20 million Switch units this fiscal year".
In the meantime, Nintendo is holding a Direct later this week to show off new details about the upcoming Super Smash Bros Ultimate.
As for the future, Nintendo still wants to hit a target of 20 million additional Switch's sold for the fiscal year: 13 million more than last year. The company has also sold 111.10 million software units for the Switch.
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Nintendo's quarterly sales growth slowed to 1% year-over-year, which is the worst pace for the company since the Switch launched. This means it has surpassed the GameCube's lifetime of 21.74 million units, and the next landmark to overtake is within reach - the Nintendo 64's 32.98 million units.
For the same quarter in 2017, Nintendo sold 2.93 million Switch. In the last quarter, revenue grew to $1.96 billion compared to $1.95 billion for the same period a year ago.
Some other interesting nuggets of information in Nintendo's October 30 earnings release involved software sales for some of their first party titles.
Overall, Super Mario Odyssey remains the Switch's top-seller, with 12.17 million, followed by Mario Kart 8 Deluxe's 11.71 million, and Zelda: Breath of the Wild with 10.28 million. And the older GameCube sold just under 22 million units over a period of six years.