Nintendo made a limited window, sure, but they did not advertise that way. It's the same as any other game on any other console. You can't just walk into Walmart expecting to buy some NES games, now could you? Video games and movies are two completely different forms of media.
Let’s see if I can remember my console purchase locations...
N64 - Toys R Us
GC - Walmart
Wii - Fred Meyer’s
Wii U - Best Buy
Switch - Best Buy
Other consoles, harder to remember:
PS1 (I think TRU)
PS2 - GameStop (I think)
PS3 - GameStop
PS4 - “Won”
PS4 Pro - Best Buy
The Only time I recall nintendo products being cheap is when they had the next gen console already out what are they on. Yeah you can find a wii game for 35 dollars at walmart but in the present day when long outdated lol
@Walmart please tell me why the moment i finally have the money to purchase my first console you decide to double the price for the NintendoSwitchConsole Bundle? $645 for the console and one game? My goodness...that aint right, dude.
At this point the Switch is a fashion accessory more than a full fledged console. It lacks too many basic features. No lie, it has some good 1st party but the expenses,(especially in Cananda), is madness.
Wally World, AKA @Walmart, still has one or two for current home console systems. @Target has one for 3DS system. And @GameStop has one for PS4 and NintendoSwitchconsole systems. But I remember the times at Toys R Us having an N64 with Pokemon Stadium for demo play.
I think all plans for the switch were achieved. It's a home console with portable capability or a portable console with home console power. Not the highest quality but it's the first in its family unlike the DS