Splatoon’s launch boosted Wii U sales by 133% in Japan.
The Wii U’s been the #1 selling platform in Japan for the first time since I work on this, and it’s all thanks to the launch of Splatoon.
Splatoon on top as Mario Kart 8 crosses a million physical units sold in Japan in exactly a year.
Wii U in Japan getting an 18% boost on its way to Splatoon.
Inb4 NeoGAF. Maybe they’re too busy playing Splatoon.
Splatoon. Day one is near.
Mario Kart, Mario Party, Xenoblade, Smash Bros. and Dragon Quest on Wii U still in the Japanese Top 20.
Splatoon incoming, and Fossil Fighters.
Japan’s post-Golden Week sales, with Nintendo still claiming the most titles in charts.
So that’s where Code Name S.T.E.A.M. was in the Japanese charts.
Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition, Mega Man Zero 2, Swords & Soldiers II, Blocky Bot.
Xenoblade Chronicles X at over 100K in Japan.
Swords & Soldiers II, Kirby’s Epic Yarn, Paper Mario.
Nintendo proved once again to be holiday material in Japan.
Japan’s Golden Week. 8 re-charted titles. 8 on Nintendo 3DS.
Just a little more K’s and the Wii U could have even outsold the 3DS that week.
Go, Xenoblade X! You can do it. I KNOW you can.
Mega Man Battle Network 3, Capcom sale, Attack on Titan, Nihilumbra, New Super Mario Bros.
Media Create. 20 games in charts. 19 on Nintendo platforms.
That week when the launch of the Xenoblade X bundle pushed the Wii U ahead of the PS4.