Nope. Mario Kart 7 ain’t going nowhere.
The 3DS crosses 27 million units sold in Japan.
Six weeks. Can’t stop the Monster Hunter.
What’s that? Mario Kart 7 about to leave the charts for the first time since at least 2014?
…The Switch reclaims first place in Japan.
Monster Hunter World on top for the fifth week straight. However…
The software update delay might have negatively impacted the sales of Xenoblade Chronicles 2.
And soon, the Switch will start its new streak again.
Monster Hunter World starting to chill out. Arite now: put it on the Switch.
Meanwhile, Splatoon 2 just reached 2 million units sold in Japan.
Here’s hoping things are surely and slowly starting to die down.
Even with four new PS4 titles it’s still all about Monster Hunter World.
Still more games on Nintendo though. Can’t believe the Switch is the platform with the most games in charts.
PS4 printing money on behalf of a treacherous franchise. :V
Man, the folks at Sony and Capcom are just picking up money by the shovel with that Monster Hunter World.
I guess it was a good idea for the competition to prevent Monster Hunter World from launching on Nintendo Switch. (At least so far.)
Dayum, that Monster Hunter World sent the PS4 to skyrocketing numbers.
Monster Hunter World it is.
These 16 Nintendo Switch titles are not going anywhere.
Even though the Switch is still the individual platform bestseller, PS4 and PS4 Pro sales combined continue to put the PS4 hardware on top.