So the Switch got a 29% week-on-week sales boost without the assist of a major release.
It appears the Switch is selling 50,000 units more than the PS4 each week in Japan.
Dead or Alive 6 barely selling more that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate three months after launch.
So Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy sold better on Switch than it did on PS4.
Four weeks. Let's keep it up.
Anthem at the top.
Deltarune Chapter 1, Ape Out, Treasure Stack, Animal Crossing Pocket Camp update, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes DLC.
The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame, Trials Rising, Ape Out, Deltarune Chapter 1, Swords & Soldiers 2 Shawarmageddon, Treasure Stack.
Not too long ago it would tend to be boring to cover Japanese sales because of the PS4's dominance. Now the boredom comes from the Switch's undeniable domination.
Back to counting. That's three.
Jump Force opening at far less than 100K.
Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Let's Go Eevee Demo Versions, Trials Rising Standard Edition, The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame, Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn Demo Version.
Aragami, Q.U.B.E. 2, SMITE, Steins;Gate Elite, Trine 2 Complete Story.
Funny detail. Even though a Deluxe Edition for Dragon Ball FighterZ launched the week before on PlayStation 4 with DLCs at a cheaper price than the Nintendo Switch standalone version of the game, the version on Switch is now outselling the PS4's Deluxe Edition.
If you ask me, only a PS5 will be able to stop the Switch's Japanese streak this time around.
And Peachette leads Japan once more.
Tetris 99, Final Fantasy IX, Steins Gate Elite, OlliOlli Switch Stance, Captain Toad Treasure Tracker Special Episode.
The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince, Final Fantasy IX, OlliOlli Switch Stance, Tetris 99, Daemon X Machina limited-time demo, Yoshi's Crafted World demo.
Despite the recent shake-up, Nintendo Switch software still represent more than half of the games in charts.
Well that didn't last long.