Breath of the Wild just crossed one million units sold in Japan. Yay!
I guess that week's Pokémon announcements pushed the Nintendo Switch sales even more.
Still Dark Souls Remastered.
It took twelve new titles (at least counted as such) for the competition to have the most games in charts this time.
Another week and the Switch's streak continues.
Dark Souls Remastered on top as its Switch version is still waiting for a release date.
Pokémon Quest, Just Shapes & Beats, West of Loathing, Mario Tennis Aces Pre-Launch Online Tournament Demo Event.
Mario Tennis Pre-launch Online Tournament Demo, Fallen Legion Rise to Glory, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, Pokémon Quest.
50% of the titles staying in charts are still on Nintendo Switch.
Celebrating the Switch's success in Japan is starting to become pretty routine.
Caligula Overdose leading as the only new game in top 20.
Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, Bloodstained Curse of the Moon, Ikaruga, Dillon’s Dead-Heat Breakers.
Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers, Bloodstained Curse of the Moon, Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 & 2, Sushi Striker and Happy Birthdays demos.
In just a little bit more than a year, Nintendo Switch titles represent half of Japan's best-selling titles.
Even after Golden Week, the Switch still pulls more numbers than all the other platforms combined.
Still all about that DK.
Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition, Runner3, Little Nightmares Complete Edition, Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 + 2.
Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition, Battle Chasers Nightwar, Little Nightmares Complete Edition, Shin Megami Tensei Strange Journey Redux.
Nearly half of the games in here -- 24 out of 50 -- are on Nintendo Switch for this year's Golden Week.
Over 50K sold for the Switch on Golden Week.