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.
Even though the Switch made it over 50K a week, all of the games that left the charts were actually on Nintendo.
All of the titles that came back into the charts were on Nintendo Switch.
God Wars The Complete Legend actually launched better on Switch than it did on PlayStation 4.
Though the PS4 had the most games, Nintendo platforms as a whole got the majority with 26 titles.
Breath of the Wild just crossed one million units sold in Japan. Yay!
It took twelve new titles (at least counted as such) for the competition to have the most games in charts this time.
50% of the titles staying in charts are still on Nintendo Switch.
In just a little bit more than a year, Nintendo Switch titles represent half of Japan's best-selling titles.
Nearly half of the games in here -- 24 out of 50 -- are on Nintendo Switch for this year's Golden Week.
Just to reiterate: these charts are going to look red and gold pretty much from top to bottom the following week.
They made it. 30 out of 50 titles are on Nintendo.