It's official, the Nintendo Switch has out sold it's predecessor the Wii U. In a time of 4k resolution, 60fps, and mid generation console upgrades, this underpowered piece of hardware is selling, and selling really well. The Nintendo Switch launched, underpowered compared to the likes of Ps4 and Xbox One, but somehow to historic sale records. What did Nintendo do different from the Switch to the Wii U? Does power matter as much as us, gamers make it out to be?