Nintendo is a juggernaut in the video game world, having created iconic characters like Super Mario and Donkey Kong.
Nintendo is, in many senses, the Disney of video games.
But for all of Nintendo's strengths, the Japanese company's game consoles have consistently sold worse across the past 30 years. And Nintendo's latest, the Wii U, is an outright flop — Nintendo's only managed to sell 13 million since launching in holiday 2012.
That could all change with the Nintendo Switch, which is planned for a March 2017 launch:
Before the new console arrives, we're taking a tour of the company's past game consoles — successes and failures alike. This is the history of Nintendo as a video game console-maker, by the numbers:
10. Wii U
Launch date: November 18, 2012
Lifetime sales to date: 13.36 million units