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Japan: Nintendo 3DS Sells 27K And Wii U Sells 2K

It is Wednesday which means it is time to find out what the best-selling software and hardware is in the land of the rising sun. There’s been a number of notable new releases this week including Paper Mario: Colour Splash on the Wii U and Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration on the PlayStation 4. Neither games could toppled Monster Hunter Stories from the top of the charts. With regards to hardware it was the PlayStation 4 once again battling it out with the Nintendo 3DS to claim the top spot in the hardware chart.

Software Sales (followed by lifetime sales)

  1. [3DS] Monster Hunter Stories (Capcom, 10/08/16) – 67,133 (207,736)
  2. [PS4] Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration (Square Enix, 10/13/16) – 21,152 (New)
  3. [Wii U] Paper Mario: Color Splash (Nintendo, 10/13/16) – 20,894 (New)
  4. [PSV] Divine Prison Tower: Mary Skelter (Compile Heart, 10/13/16) – 18,358 (New)
  5. [3DS] Yo-kai Watch 3: Sushi / Tempura (Level-5, 07/16/16) – 11,255 (1,284,437)
  6. [PS4] Persona 5 (Atlus, 09/15/16) – 8,147 (354,101)
  7. [Wii U] Minecraft: Wii U Edition (Mojang, 06/23/16) – 6,472 (151,101)
  8. [PS4] PlayStation VR Worlds (SIE, 10/13/16) – 5,983 (New)
  9. [PS4] BlazBlue: Central Fiction (Arc System Works, 10/06/16) – 5,898 (26,507)
  10. [PS4] FIFA 17 (EA, 09/29/16) – 5,565 (74,125)
  11. [PSV] Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition (SIE, 03/19/15) – 5,559 (896,633)
  12. [3DS] Puzzle & Dragons X: Kami no Shou / Ryuu no Shou (GungHo Online Entertainment, 07/28/16) – 5,080 (195,639)
  13. [3DS] Chou Sentouchuu: Kyuukyoku no Shinobu to Battle Player Choujou Kessen (Bandai Namco, 09/15/16) – 4,816 (23,645)
  14. [3DS] Kirby: Planet Robobot (Nintendo, 04/29/16) -4,504 (453,580)
  15. [PS4] Grand Theft Auto V (Low Price Version) (10/08/15) – 4,157 (177,397)
  16. [PS4] Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 (Konami, 09/15/16) – 3,419 (99,047)
  17. [3DS] Dragon Ball Fusions (Bandai Namco, 08/04/16) – 3,419 (99,047)
  18. [PS3] Persona 5 (Atlus, 09/15/16) – 3,195 (103,548)
  19. [PS4] LEGO Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Warner Bros., 10/13/16) – 3,184 (New)
  20. [Wii U] Splatoon (Nintendo, 05/28/15) – 3,101 (1,482,283)

Hardware Sales (followed by last week’s sales)

  1. PlayStation VR – 51,644 (New)
  2. PlayStation 4 – 30,154 (31,071)
  3. New 3DS LL – 15,905 (16,548)
  4. PlayStation Vita – 8,772 (9,282)
  5. 2DS – 8,203 (9,421)
  6. New 3DS – 2,983 (3,084)
  7. Wii U – 2,430 (2,545)
  8. PlayStation 3 – 814 (820)
  9. 3DS – 346 (449)
  10. Xbox One – 323 (90)
  11. 3DS LL – 71 (88)

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11 comments

  1. I’m surprised wiiu us still selling at any rate… Especially since Nintendo obviously isn’t supporting it.

    All those people who are kinda new to the system… To eventually find out Nintendo gave us the middle finger

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      1. The thing is. We get a game every two three months release history proves that, and as a wiiu gamer I loved the system…. Till those old games got old or ported to the 3ds with more attention.

        Though I guess to each there own…. Though I know I’m definitely not the only one who feels this way

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    1. Don’t worry. I expect it to drop down on the list next week then vanish the week after. Unless Japanese customers & fans are actually happy with the huge departure from the first two Paper Mario games.

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      1. Now… Don’t shoot me… But I’ve never played a single Paper Mario haha. But I have read from you and many others that this game and Sticker Star both went way off from the first entries. So if that’s the case, I wouldn’t be surprised if your prediction comes true. Star Fox Zero, Triforce Heroes, Animal Crossing: Amiibo a Festival, and Metroid Prime: Federation Force. All have been the opposite of what fans want. All have had abysmal sales to my knowledge. So the trend certainly has a big chance of continuing.

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