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The Nintendo Switch has already surpassed the lifetime sales of the PlayStation 4 in Japan

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

The Nintendo Switch has surpassed the lifetime sales of the PlayStation 4 in Japan, even though Sony's console has been on the market for three more years
The PlayStation 4 remains the most popular console worldwide with nearly 100 million units sold.
Gamers in Japan have historically shown much more interest in portable consoles than other markets, with high adoption rates for the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita as well.
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After months at the top of Japan's sales charts for video game hardware, the Nintendo Switch has overtaken Sony's...
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