Maybe by the time the generation ends there'll be at least one week when all 50 games in charts will be on Nintendo but hey, we shall see.
Still 34 games on Nintendo. I wanna see that 40 on Christmas week.
So that's 34 games on Nintendo. Can we make it 40 when Smash comes out.
How the tables have turned. Now, in Japan, most game releases are actually on Nintendo Switch.
Literally half the games in here, 25 of them, are on Nintendo Switch.
Still over thirty games on Nintendo. At some point I'm gonna have to count that streak too.
Torna, a DLC, actually stayed in the Japanese charts for a whole three weeks.
So the only version of Labyrinth of Refrain that charted in Japan was the one on the Switch.
Switch so successful, the only thing worth mentioning is that Spider-Man stayed on top of charts for three weeks.
Not a single game on the Vita stayed in the charts for the first time since I've been tracking these numbers.
Yay! Mario Kart 7 is back again, still going strong after seven years.
Just pointing out that Little Dragon's Café and World End Syndrome -- multiplats -- sold better on Switch than they did on PS4.
Just letting you know, My Hero One's Justice launched better on Switch than it did on PS4.
32 games on Nintendo. That's what the Japanese market looks like when no new titles get released.
Nintendo Switch still represents 50% of the games that stayed in charts. (Actually for the fourth week in a row.)
And that's thirty games again on Nintendo.
The days when PlayStation platforms used to be Japanese developers' preferred publishing hardware seem to be slowly vanishing.
26 titles. More than half the games in here are on Nintendo Switch.
It's not every week that Nintendo Switch is the console with the most new titles released.
It's worth noting that all 7 Nintendo Switch titles in the top 10 either stayed at the same spot or went up in the charts.