Here's a look at the Japanese hardware and software sales of last week, where the Wii U is still hanging strong thanks to Super...
While Nintendo products may be struggling in the West, they're still taking Japan by storm.
A look at Japanese sales this week shows PlayStation on top, but both Super Mario Maker and Splatoon are holding strong in the top...
Last week Super Mario Maker hit store shelves in Japan, causing Wii U sales to double.
Nintendo has claimed the top five spots on the Japanese sales charts this week, thanks to Splatoon and strong Nintendo 3DS titles.
No new software released this week in Japan, but Nintendo has dominated the charts with both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS games.
Splatoon holds onto the top five despite stiff competition from several new 3DS games in Japan this week.
This week's Japanese sales charts are barren of new releases, but Fire Emblem and Splatoon continue to sell well.
Japanese sales this week are topped by the Fire Emblem Fates 3DS release, but Splatoon and Mario Kart 8 keep Wii U sales high.
Splatoon continues to dominate the charts in Japan, with over 150k sold since launch and Wii U sales rising.
This past week of game sales in Japan is the worst the industry has seen since 2001, despite following Golden Week.
Sales of the Wii U in Japan have dropped back to their normal average after just two weeks from the Xenoblade Chronicles X release...
No new software this week in Japan, but the Wii U has managed to keep five of its games in the top 20 software...
Xenoblade Chronicles X has been out in Japan for a week now, contributing to a strong sales week for the Wii U.
Here's the latest look at sales in Japan, where Bravely Second for 3DS has launched, while Wii U sales continue to remain steady ahead...
Mario Kart 8 drops to number nineteen on the charts this week as Wii U sales remain as steady as ever.
Wii U and Nintendo 3DS sales remain steady even with Xenoblade Chronicles 3D hitting store shelves last week.