Without a doubt, Switch has been the best selling console for the past 3 years or so. While Wii-U's GPU was 30 times more powerful than Wii. The Switch is only 2.8X more powerful than Wii-U. And the Wii U failed big time. Someone might say it is the combination of portability and console that nails it, but most of the people I know use Switch only as a console. So what makes Switch so wildly successful compared to its predecessor? Obviously, first party support should be as good for Wii-U. I think Wii-U 's failure was due to the strange controller and region lock. But by changing this 2 things will make Switch take off so much faster than other consoles?