For some reason, many games have gotten new sales numbers. We all know about the big games hitting store shelves on Nintendo Switch, but whats with the smaller one? What is it that was doing so well during The Switch’s first month of availability? Are these gems that were released in-between more popular games also being sold on there? Well, thats exactly what Im here to investigate. So for this thread,Ill be looking at every game currently on Switch to see what sales are being tallied. Below, are all of the games available on Switch since it’s release on March 3rd. The number of games will go up if you scroll down further. Here, you will also see what is in-between. Note: The “New Releases” section in the left list at the bottom means games that were released on this date that didnt go on sale.It could be weeks that the games were on shelves, but not on sale. I was curious to see how popular these 3 new releases wereand how many games were on sale. Id like to know about when they first released. Who s picking these games? What is being sold? That is something you’d need to check later on in this post for. Note: The “New Releases” section in the left list at the bottom means games that were released on this date that didnt go on sale.It could be weeks that the games were on shelves, but not on sale. I was curious to see how popular these 3 new releases wereand how many games were on sale.
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Here is the list of games available on Nintendo Switch since its release on March 3rd. The number of games will go up if you scroll down further. There are a lot of new games that were released on this date. These games will no doubt be added to the best-sellers list, as will the older ones. They may not have hit #1, #2, or #3 on the list, but they are certainly on everyones table.The way I came up with this list is by going through what Ive bought this week on a sale price, and if the game is also on a sale here, they will be counted as a sale. The list is sorted by selling price, so the games in the left hand corner are the bestsellers. The right side shows the number of sales on the list for that same game. Heres the list. All games sold will be counted. Any sales under 4% is not included. This is part of making sure the game you are playing doesnt have sales that look terrible, so that people dont just buy the thing and leave. I want to know how many sales are included in the sale, and what is included in the sale. So Ill make a spreadsheet. If you want to use this spreadsheet, you need to have a good internet connection, and a Nintendo Switch that has a connection. My Switch isnt great, and my internet connection is pretty weak. I may have to have Nintendo issue me a new console. The time spent here will be for new sales and any sales that are missing some games. It will be a long post, maybe more than a hundred so dont be rude, I m tired!I have to do this list. I want to look at every game on sale. I also want to know how many sell for a good price, so I know they arent skimming off my games. I also want to know the first week of sales, but it seems like these numbers dont go far, so I havent looked through the data. I should have, so I know whether or not I have too many games that seem too good to have. And heres the spreadsheet. Look up the new games listed after March 6th, and use the below formula to figure out how many sales are worth 4%. So let me look at every game on sale since the Switch was released on March 3rd and work from there. So here are the bestsellers from March 3rd, as listed on Amazon. They make sense without looking at sales because not all of these games are on sale. Ill refer you to the spreadsheet next to this(Im showing my data, so you can read what I do at the bottom if you need to. Click on the image to expand it).As an example, I’m looking for the Zelda: Breath of the Wild and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, along with other Zelda games, that have new sales after March 3rd and also arent sold on sale. These games are what got me interested in the Nintendo Switch,