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.
Nothing to do with Nintendo but it's kinda crazy to see the PS3 still getting "support" eleven years later.
Still more games on Nintendo though.
Nintendo with still over 50% of the games that stayed in charts.
And there's no more Wii U titles in charts.
Nintendo games still holding over 50% of the titles that remained in charts.
Still over 30 games in charts on Nintendo.
32 games on Nintendo, with 23 of them on Nintendo 3DS.
Dai Gyakuten Saiban 2 also came out that week.
30 games out of 50 on Nintendo though.
So yeah, Splatoon 2 more than tripled the Switch's sales that week.
Hey Pikmin began at #2 with 28 games total on Nintendo.
25 games on Nintendo, 25 games on PlayStation.
Despite another slew of games on the competition, most of the games that stayed in the charts were still on Nintendo.
Nintendo still got most of the games in charts despite nine new releases on PlayStation platforms.
Thirty games on Nintendo. By next year we might as well start calling Japan "Nintendo Land."
28 games on Nintendo.
29 games out of 50 on Nintendo. And it's bound to get the better and better with more Switch (and 3DS) games on the horizon.