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Thank Nintendo's failed Wii U for the Switch's wild success

In the video game industry, it's largely believed that you should never count Nintendo out. The legacy home console company usually has a method behind its madness. Wednesday morning, Nintendo revealed that its newest console has outsold its last one in just 10 months. The Wii U came out in 2012, and managed to sell 13.56 million units during its five-year lifespan, compared to the 14.
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