As you may have expected, the Nintendo Switch topped charts in January, per the NPD Group.
The Xbox brand still has life in it yet—at least in the US.
Sony took its advice to "be greater" quite seriously.
To quote Breaking Bad: everybody wins.
Meanwhile, Monster Hunter World, God of War, Modern Warfare 2, and Nintendo evergreens see significant legs.
Switch seems to be expanding the market.
Another gaming loyalty program bites the dust, then?
"I do expect [a] good year for all three to continue."
Possibly owing to the console's fresher launch and higher price, respectively.
Yes, faster than PS4 or Wii.
Spending on games in February reaches highest amount since February 2014.
But this kind of YoY growth won't continue in the coming months, according to NPD analyst Mat Piscatella.
So basically it outsold the PS4 Pro in the US over the Holiday season.
Capping off a wonderful year for video games.
Nintendo systems comprised half of all hardware sales in the US in December.
Faster selling than the Wii, PS2, or PS4.
A fantastic month with every game and system doing well.
Xbox One came in second, and Switch rounded off the charts.
Not just top selling game console- top selling item, period.
Shadow of War, Assassin's Creed Origins, and Mario dominate the software charts.