2016 was a big one for Nintendo and the Google searches for two of its latest consoles prove just how much buzz the company generated this year. This week, Google released its year-end lists of the top searched items on its search engine in 2016. The list of the top Google searches in the consumer tech category, which took in consideration all Google searches worldwide, showed that the upcoming Nintendo Switch and the NES Classic Edition were Googled more than the PlayStation VR, the PlayStation 4 Pro, and the Xbox One. The results solidify Nintendo’s place in the tech industry and prove just how highly anticipated and in-demand the Nintendo Switch and the NES Classic Edition are. The fact that the Nintendo Switch was the most Googled console this year is particularly remarkable given that the upcoming hybrid/handheld video game console was only officially unveiled in October. In addition, the fact that the Nintendo Switch topped the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One — which were revealed more recently — is quite a feat. This may not, however, come as a surprise to those who have long followed the Switch. The console was garnering much hype even back when it was still… Read full this story
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