Nintendo FY3/2017: Million-Seller Titles of Nintendo Products

NintendObserverPokémon Sun & Moon leading the pack at over 15 million sold.

 

Nintendo FY3/2017

 

 

Nintendo 3DS

 

Pokémon Sun/Pokémon Moon

15,440,000 units sold globally in FY3/2017.

Of which 3,830,000 units sold in Japan.

Of which 11,610,000 units sold overseas.

15,440,000 life-to-date units sold globally.

 

Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS

2,340,000 units sold globally in FY3/2017.

Of which 1,080,000 units sold in Japan.

Of which 1,250,000 units sold overseas.

2,340,000 life-to-date units sold globally.

 

Mario Kart 7

1,970,000 units sold globally in FY3/2017.

Of which 120,000 units sold in Japan.

Of which 1,850,000 units sold overseas.

15,220,000 life-to-date units sold globally.

 

Pokémon Omega Ruby/Pokémon Alpha Sapphire

1,900,000 units sold globally in FY3/2017.

Of which 180,000 units sold in Japan.

Of which 1,710,000 units sold overseas.

13,740,000 life-to-date units sold globally.

 

Pokémon X/Pokémon Y

1,410,000 units sold globally in FY3/2017.

Of which 70,000 units sold in Japan.

Of which 1,340,000 units sold overseas.

16,110,000 life-to-date units sold globally.

 

Kirby: Planet Robobot

1,360,000 units sold globally in FY3/2017.

Of which 590,000 units sold in Japan.

Of which 770,000 units sold overseas.

1,360,000 life-to-date units sold globally.

 

New Super Mario Bros. 2

1,030,000 units sold globally in FY3/2017.

Of which 100,000 units sold in Japan.

Of which 920,000 units sold overseas.

11,270,000 life-to-date units sold globally.

 

Wii U

 

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

1,080,000 units sold globally in FY3/2017.

Of which 120,000 units sold in Japan.

Of which 960,000 units sold overseas.

1,080,000 life-to-date units sold globally.

 

Nintendo Switch

 

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

2,760,000 units sold globally in FY3/2017.

Of which 390,000 units sold in Japan.

Of which 2,730,000 units sold overseas.

2,760,000 life-to-date units sold globally.

 

[Note]

Software sales units include the quantity bundled with the hardware.

Software sales units include their downloadable versions.

 

Source: Nintendo JP.

 

 

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