8 minutes ago When the sales for the Nintendo Switch looked like they were slowing slightly during the middle half of 2018, some gamers and analysts suggested that perhaps Nintendo needed to cut the price of the system down to $249, which has been a sweet selling spot for a lot of home consoles. However, according to Nintendo’s president, the Switch won’t be seeing a price cut anytime soon. Nintendo Everything is reporting that, during a discussion with Sankei News, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa weighed in on the Switch’s success and answered a question about the company’s ambitious goal of shifting 20 million SKUs globally throughout the fiscal year. Furukawa noted that the company is maintaining this goal and there won’t be any price cuts for the Switch in its attempt to reach said goal… It makes sense given that people are still buying the Switch in droves. The console is a sales monster not just in Nintendo’s home region of Japan, but also abroad. The console was the best-selling system in the United States and the rest of North America for 2018, capping off the year by moving close to 2 million units throughout the month of December alone… Read full this story
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