In fact, based on a report from September, the Netflix app is said to be “locked and loaded” ahead of launch.
If the report is true, then the app is awaiting Nintendo’s approval.
It would certainly boost the Nintendo Switch console’s appeal, giving fans a way to watch content on the go.
That’s a significant improvement on the Nintendo Wii, which sold just over 100 million units.
The console is so popular that it could sell more in a year than Wii U sold in its entire lifetime.
And it’s not surprising when you look at the roster of games, which includes Super Mario Odyssey and Zelda Breath of the Wild.
The excellent Super Mario Odyssey has already reached two million sales since launching at the end of October.
1.1 million units have apparently been sold in the US, making Super Mario Odyssey the fastest selling Mario game ever in that region.
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