The SNES Classic, or Super Famicom Mini as it's known in Japan, actually sold more units during launch than the Switch did.
I think they had more SNES units available than the Switch at launch, but that's just getting down to the fine print..
It's cheaper and more available
That's what I was thinking. The mini is near 4x less expensive I would assume. It's like comparing apples and grapes.
It isn't really a real console so much as just a novelty item/collectible with very inexpensive parts.
Nintendo is having a phenomenal year. Go ahead and win the holidays. Lol
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