Switch vs Wii – VGChartz Gap Charts – August 2017 Update

August 2017 is the 6th month that the Nintendo Switch has been available for. During the latest month the gap grew in favor of the Wii by 236,047 million units. The Wii is currently ahead of the Switch by 687,529 units.

The Wii launched in November 2006, while the Nintendo Switch launched in March 2017. The Switch has sold 6.08 million units, while the Wii sold 6.77 million units during the same timeframe.

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FallenAngel1984428d ago

I see NS ending up as possibly Nintendo's second best selling console

Gemmol428d ago

I can see that too, but at same time I'm not too worried about it selling out, all i know this system before its retired I will have way more games on it then i had for ps4, ps3, ps2, ps1, Wii U, GameCube and N64 combine

Pantz428d ago

waiting for the redesign

Gemmol428d ago (Edited 428d ago )

I can't wait 4 years, but when it comes out i will still get it, and keep the original i have now.........all Nintendo handhelds redesign after 4 years

You a better man than me to wait that long, but i understand you will get a lot of games cheaper by that time, but good luck to you

GameBoyColor428d ago

I'll also go your way and double dip. Dont think id need a larger screen just a more efficient system with a better battery and a smaller bezel would be enough.

Prince_TFK428d ago

I want a larger screen with smaller bezel. Maybe upgrade the screen to 1080p (would be difficult but not impossible). Also, if it could be slimmer that would be awesome.

Ristul428d ago

Dude, just get the switch now and when a revision comes out, you sell your old one. The value is in having the games and being able to play them, the hardware is just a vehicle.

wonderfulmonkeyman428d ago (Edited 428d ago )

Don't hold your breath on it; this is the first real Hybrid console that any of the console makers have ever made, so there's no guarantee that Nintendo will treat it like the 3DS by doing revisions in short order.