Employee of the electronics retailer Bic Camera sells Nintendo's newest computer game "Switch" at a retail store in central Tokyo. Friday, March 3, 2017. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
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Nintendo's Switch console went on sale Friday in a global launch seen as key to the Japanese videogame giant reversing flagging sales and moving past the failure of its last console, the Wii U.Kyoto-based Nintendo is aiming to move about two million Switch consoles in its first month.Strong demand for the new unit would help Nintendo move on from poor sales of Wii U, released in 2012 . There are scores more in the pipeline, Nintendo has said.In past years, Nintendo has scored hits with traditional home consoles, such as the Nintendo 64, and portable devices like GameBoy and the DS handheld.Nintendo's Tokyo-listed stock jumped 3.6 percent Friday.
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