In just a little bit more than a year, Nintendo Switch titles represent half of Japan's best-selling titles.
Nearly half of the games in here -- 24 out of 50 -- are on Nintendo Switch for this year's Golden Week.
Just to reiterate: these charts are going to look red and gold pretty much from top to bottom the following week.
They made it. 30 out of 50 titles are on Nintendo.
As a side note, Steins Gate 0 made a comeback on both PlayStation platforms thanks to the anime adaptation that came out on the same week.
So that's 29 games out of 50 on Nintendo and I don't remember the last time Nintendo didn't have the majority of the games in charts.
Mario Kart 7 is actually still in the charts at this time.
Ooh, Mario Kart 7 came back around.
So long, Mario Kart 7. To my knowledge that's the first time you ever left the Japanese Top 50 in nearly seven years.
I just find it astonishing how franchises that would only stay for a few weeks in charts on the Wii U now manage to remain there for months on Nintendo Switch.
Nope. Mario Kart 7 ain't going nowhere.
What’s that? Mario Kart 7 about to leave the charts for the first time since at least 2014?
The software update delay might have negatively impacted the sales of Xenoblade Chronicles 2.
Meanwhile, Splatoon 2 just reached 2 million units sold in Japan.
Still more games on Nintendo though. Can't believe the Switch is the platform with the most games in charts.
I guess it was a good idea for the competition to prevent Monster Hunter World from launching on Nintendo Switch. (At least so far.)
These 16 Nintendo Switch titles are not going anywhere.
Even after the holidays, Nintendo platforms still hold the most titles in the charts.
In a retrospect, it's kinda crazy how much the Switch took over the Wii U in Japan, and pretty much redefined the entire Japanese market.
Even FIFA on Switch is over there in the Top 20.