There's one of these metal blocks in every one of Super Mario Odyssey's kingdoms, and until you've beaten the game, you can't actually break them.
Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima said today that Super Mario Run has hit 200 million downloads worldwide, with 90% of those downloads coming from regions outside of Japan. The console, which sold 2.3 million global units and was notoriously hard to get hold of, is expected to return to store shelves in the Summer. That latter figure is important to Nintendo because the game exposed Mario to a slew of markets where the character previously had no presence, which might have helped boost sales of the recently-released Super Mario Odyssey for the Nintendo Switch.
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And this also adds life to the idea that the plumber could return for another go-around on the Switch in a new adventure, as the game's producer, Yoshiaki Koizumi, noted that the company is "planning and preparing games that people probably haven't thought about, which will be released steadily over the next two years". Even with the shortages that followed nearly immediately after its release, Nintendo managed to sell more than 2 million units within a month of release.
Lastly, I'm sure Super Mario Odyssey and the Switch will see more love in the near future when holiday season rolls around, which isn't too far away. Although Super Mario Odyssey launched just a few days ago, the game appears to be meeting those expectations, judging by its high review scores from the gaming media and players' positive comments on social media. Overall, according to Philippe Lavoué, Nintendo flows 95% of the stocks put in place in the rays, before remembering that the Christmas period is not yet started.
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In the Six Months Financial Results Briefing for Fiscal Year Ending March 2018, Nintendo gave a staggering number. Nintendo also bumped up its revenue forecast from 750 billion yen (~$6.6 billion) to 960 billion yen (~$8.5 billion).
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The size and importance of the Switch sales number from Nintendo can be well understood in light of the Wii U performance. On the other hand, in just six months, Switch sales have already attained the figure of 7.63 million.