Yet that won’t prevent Nintendo Switch from becoming this Christmas’ No.1 games console. Interestingly, Nintendo’s main console rivals are doing very little to attract kids and families this Q4 (Medievil on PS4 perhaps the only exception), giving Nintendo with its new cheaper, Lite model a whole market segment to itself. There are some promising third-party releases including Yooka-Laylee and The Impossible Lair, and The Witcher 3, but the one to watch is Nintendo’s own Luigi’s Mansion 3. The original game in the franchise (a GameCube launch title) may have been a small hit, but its sequel Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon (or Luigi’s Mansion 2 in Europe and Japan) did almost 5.5 million copies on 3DS. Nintendo has a lot of confidence in this third game and gave the game a lot of attention during E3, so it has high hopes it can now establish itself as a sizeable franchise.