32 titles on Nintendo. Wii U and 3DS gearing it big in Japan this holiday season.
NintendObserver’s select content on November 2015.
Smash 4 and Mario Kart 8 make it back into the charts.
Monster Hunter X still racking up that money.
The launch of Monster Hunter X boosted 3DS sales in Japan by 267%.
Too many titles in a row for Smash 4 and Mario Kart 8 to stay in the charts that week.
Monster Hunter X opening at 1,488,367 units sold in Japan. That's roughly 40,000 units more than MH4U last year.
A lot of new titles (17) and Nintendo still rules the charts (27 titles out of 50).
Inb4 NeoGAF. Shantae and the Pirate's Curse opened at #28 in Japan.
Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals... and I guess that's it.
Star Wars Battlefront leads the way in Japan.
VC titles and 3DS themes.
Wii U got an 80% week-on-week boost in hardware sales in Japan thanks to the launch of the Wii U Splatoon Set.
Inb4 NeoGAF. 3DS broke a six-week streak of PS4 hardware domination in Japan.
Mario Tennis Ultra Smash, Typoman, Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, Super Street Fighter II Turbo Revival on Wii U VC.
Call of Duty still leading in Japan.
Mario Tennis Ultra Smash, Animal Crossing Wild World on Wii U VC, New Style Boutique 2, Typoman.
None of the ten titles that left the charts were on Nintendo platforms.
Nintendo claims back more than half of the charts with 26 titles on 3DS and Wii U.
Nintendo Badge Arcade, Stella Glow on November 17, Contra Advance on Wii U VC.
CoD on top in Japan. I didn't know Sony was the publisher for the game there.