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Japan: Mario Golf: Super Rush claims No.1 spot and Switch family sells 72K this week

It’s time to check out the best-selling video game hardware and software in Japan this week courtesy of sales tracker, Famitsu. The best-seller this week was the newly released Mario Golf: Super Rush which easily claimed the No.1 spot shifting 80,430 copies. The best-selling hardware was once again the Nintendo Switch family of systems which shifted a solid 72,951 units. Here’s the best-sellers for the week of 21st June, 2021 to 27th June, 2021:

Software Sales (followed by lifetime sales)

  1. [NSW] Mario Golf: Super Rush (Nintendo, 06/25/21) – 80,430 (New)
  2. [PS4] Samurai Warriors 5 (Koei Tecmo, 06/24/21) – 55,675 (New)
  3. [NSW] Samurai Warriors 5 (Koei Tecmo, 06/24/21) – 38,691 (New)
  4. [NSW] Game Builder Garage (Nintendo, 06/11/21) – 23,280 (126,008)
  5. [PS4] Scarlet Nexus (Bandai Namco, 06/24/21) – 20,160 (New)
  6. [NSW] Ring Fit Adventure (Nintendo, 10/18/19) – 13,756 (2,654,669)
  7. [NSW] Minecraft (Microsoft, 06/21/18) – 11,888 (2,019,432)
  8. [PS4] The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails (Falcom, 06/24/21) – 11,230 (New)
  9. [PS5] Scarlet Nexus (Bandai Namco, 06/24/21) – 11,008 (New)
  10. [NSW] The Caligula Effect 2 (FuRyu, 06/24/21) – 10,243 (New)

Hardware Sales (followed by lifetime sales)

  1. Switch – 58,864 (16,424,721)
  2. Switch Lite – 14,087 (3,917,110)
  3. PlayStation 5 – 20,031 (718,451)
  4. PlayStation 5 Digital Edition – 3,407 (140,132)
  5. Xbox Series X – 2,672 (41,998)
  6. PlayStation 4 – 2,548 (7,795,350)
  7. Xbox Series S – 1,441 (14,626)
  8. New 2DS LL (including 2DS) – 519 (1,166,619)

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4 comments

  1. The Series family is already 1/3 the way to outselling the One family and it hasn’t even been a year yet.

  2. I was wondering why no PS5 was up in there, but now Scarlet Nexus sales made it appear.
    Klungo lets celebrate and let’s go out and drink a beer while we shout out and cheer.

    1. you ask the same dumb questions every single week. Why don’t you research the Top 20 or Top 40 sales to give you more clarity rather than spat the same rhetorical drivel

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