In the United Kingdom, the Mario game comes as the biggest launch from Nintendo outrunning Zelda: Breath of the Wild.More news: Broncos Name Brock Osweiler Starting Quarterback vs. Eagles
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While The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe are now the two best-selling Switch games with 4.7 million units and 4.42 million units sold respectively, Super Mario Odyessys sales are still ridiculously impressive, hitting almost have of the two best selling game's sales in a couple of days - this means that Super Mario Odyessy could very likely become the leading title of the Hybrid Console. As noted by Kimishima in the presentation, one of Nintendo's main goals is expanding into games for smart devices (phones and tablets), and Super Mario Run helped quite a bit with that endeavor. That anticipation and excitement certainly manifested itself in the number of downloads the game has seen since its initial December 2016 release, but according to Nintendo, the game did not make as much money as the company had hoped it would at this point. Of course, we are joking but the statement above does raise an interesting thought. It's incredibly popular, with over 200 million downloads, but "we have not yet reached an acceptable profit point", for the game, said Tatsumi Kimishima, president of Nintendo, in a briefing about the company's financial results. The console has already sold over 7.5 million units. Though it launched just a few days back, judging by its reviews and comments on social media, it appears to be meeting those expectations. Even ignoring those pieces, Super Mario Run seems to have received a more lukewarm reception than Fire Emblem Heroes did, possibly because of the mechanics of the former versus the latter. Despite the stiff competition, the Mario title bagged the number two spot in the UK's physical sales charts for the week ending October 28.