Wii U and 3DS titles held out pretty well against 9 brand-new titles from the competition.
The week belongs to God Eater Resurrection.
It’s pretty unusual that all of the titles that made it back into the charts are not on Nintendo.
The announcement of the Splatoon bundle in Japan caused Wii U sales in the country to slow down a little bit.
Human Resource Machine, Octodad, Tri Force Heroes demo for everyone.
Tri Force Heroes on top of the charts in Japan.
Project Zero, Freedom Planet, Slender, Octodad, Resident Evil 4, Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker.
Four Nintendo 3DS titles, including 2012’s New Super Mario Bros 2, came back into the charts.
With the upcoming bundle I’m kinda confident Splatoon might cross a million units in Japan alone by the end of 2015.
The Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes, Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden, Fatal Frame Maiden of Black Water…
7th Dragon III Code VFD from SEGA takes top spot on 3DS.
Just Dance 2016, Hogan’s Alley and Wild Gunman on Wii U VC, Tri Force Heroes, a few demos and lots of sales.
Je viens de finir de bosser sur un événement et je suis un peu mal en point alors je reprendrai les news ce mardi.
I just finished working on an event and I’m a little ill right now so I’ll resume updating my blog on Tuesday.
Yoshi’s Woolly World, New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U Bundle, Final Fight One.
Yo-kai Watch Busters back on top in Japan.
Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden, Nintendo Selects on Nintendo 3DS.
Nintendo titles no longer own the Media Create for now but the 3DS still has the most titles in the Japanese charts.
Dat price drop though. Along with another wave of new titles it completely changed the look of the top 50.