The Nintendo Switch is still in a great position, though. The console-handheld hybrid has outsold its predecessor, the financially disastrous Wii U, and amassed a decent catalogue of exclusives, including Super Mario Odyssey, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2 and Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. And, more importantly for Nintendo shareholders, the system is still making money. Today, the company reported revenue of 168 billion yen (roughly $1.5 billion), up from 154 billion ($1.37 billion) during the same quarter last year. Operating profit, meanwhile, hit 30.5 billion yen (roughly $274 million), up from 16.2 billion yen in Q1 2017.
As part of its earnings, Nintendo released some software figures too. The cardboard-centric Nintendo Labo has sold 1.39 million units since its launch in April. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze shifted 1.4 million units, while Mario Tennis Aces