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.
We’re not on Wii U anymore.
As usual, holiday season in Japan is all about Nintendo.
You know you’re doing something right when even a Nindie title can stay in the Japanese top 50 for an entire month.
If it wasn’t for Pokémon, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 would have been the #1 game that week.
Holiday season coming strong for Nintendo.
The launch of the Pokémon Ultra games boosted 3DS sales by 124%.
Snipperclips Plus could have actually made it into the Top 20.
FIFA 18 on Switch is actually pretty successful across the Pacific.
Super Mario Odyssey caused a 308% boost on Nintendo Switch sales that week.
Gran Turismo Sport had a pretty strong positive impact on PS4 that week to be honest.
I would really like to know why the Japanese audience didn’t really see that much of an interest in Lost Sphear.
Pokémon Sun & Moon about to leave the charts to make way for the Pokémon Ultra games.
A 69% boost on Switch hardware sales, probably with the influence of FIFA 18 and Fire Emblem Warriors.