The Nintendo Switch is the fastest-selling console of the current generation.
And Nintendo sold more games than any other publisher during 2018.
Six of the top-20-selling games in 2018 were actually Nintendo Switch exclusives.
Compared to Sony and Microsoft who were trying to turn PlayStation and Xbox into large entertainment brands, Nintendo is focusing on making games more portable, accessible, and just plain fun with the Switch.
Nintendo has always had a reputation for making great games, but the Wii U was a major misstep.
The company has gotten back on its feet and back in the game with the Nintendo Switch.
Since March 2018, Nintendo has sold 8.7 million Switch consoles in the US.
And the company expects to sell 35 million worldwide by March 2019.
So why's the Switch selling so well?
Because it actually works.
You can hook it up to your TV at home.
And when you're ready, you can pick it up and take it to play on the go.
One of the biggest benefits the Switch has over the Wii U and the Wii is the larger digital library.
There are just so many games you can play on the Switch, your favorite, my favorite.
Nintendo has built a cast of iconic characters with games like "Super Mario," "The Legend of Zelda," the Pokémon franchise.
These characters have followed players across generations to different games, different consoles.
And this is no more apparent than in "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate," which is a megamash of Nintendo characters.