This week was pretty bare in Japan with only a handful of new releases, but Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate continues dominating.
This week in Japan the 3DS reasserts its dominance over both the hardware and software markets.
The New Nintendo 3DS reigns supreme in Japan, along with Monster Hunter 4, Super Smash Bros., and Yokai Watch 2.
The Xbox One launched last week in Japan and promptly fell on its face.
Japanese sales from last week show Hyrule Warriors dropping rapidly, with Wii U sales returning to normal.
Here's a look at software and hardware sales for the past week in Japan, where the Wii U is on the rise.
Here's a look at the software and hardware sales in Japan, where Yokai Watch continues to dominate.
A look at software and hardware sales in Japan shows the Wii U with slight gains while Mario Kart 8 remains steady.
Here's a look at the weekly sales in Japan, where Yokai Watch 2 is taking the country by storm.
Yokai Watch 2 topped the charts last week in Japan upon its release, selling 1.3 million copies in a week.
Sales this week in Japan are beginning to return to pre-Mario Kart 8 levels for the Wii U.
Here's a look at what's hot in Japan since last week, including several new games released in the country.
Here's a look at what's popular in Japan this week in terms of software and hardware.
Wii U sales are still up in Japan after the release of Mario Kart 8, though the long tail is kicking in.
The Wii U outsells PlayStation home consoles this week in Japan, despite no new games yet.
Curious how well the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS fared last week in Japan? Spoiler: pretty much the same as always, Pinky.
Just Dance Wii U debuts at number 5 in Japan, while Sony software dominates the rest of the charts.