Just pointing out that Little Dragon's Café and World End Syndrome -- multiplats -- sold better on Switch than they did on PS4.
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28 weeks. Let's see if Spider-Man can end that streak. (It didn't.)
PES 19 on top, opening with way less than 100K.
Just letting you know, My Hero One's Justice launched better on Switch than it did on PS4.
Nintendo Switch should reach 5 million units sold in Japan two weeks after this one.
Conan Exiles taking the lead, though My Hero One's Justice combined sales would beg to differ.
32 games on Nintendo. That's what the Japanese market looks like when no new titles get released.
I just want to point out that 14 games in the top 20 are on Nintendo Switch.
Minecraft on the Switch rules in Japan.
Nintendo Switch still represents 50% of the games that stayed in charts. (Actually for the fourth week in a row.)
Maybe Kingdom Hearts III... But that's after Smash Ultimate... Really I have no idea when the Switch is going to end its streak in Japan.
Yakuza 3 remastered launching with just 5K more than Splatoon 2.
And that's thirty games again on Nintendo.
The 3DS got a little push thanks to Etrian Odyssey X though.
Etrian Odyssey X representing on 3DS.
The days when PlayStation platforms used to be Japanese developers' preferred publishing hardware seem to be slowly vanishing.
Still thirty thousands units more than the PS4.
Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2 leading the way, on PS4.
26 titles. More than half the games in here are on Nintendo Switch.
At the current rate, the Switch is going to surpass the PS4 in Japan on Christmas 2019, which is when Pokémon for Nintendo Switch is set to release.