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.
Japanese sales charts this week are dominated by PlayStation, but the 3DS and Wii U hold steady in their sales numbers.
Mario Party 10 debuted at number five in Japan’s top software of the past week, but it was overshadowed by the release of Yakuza...
This week’s software charts in Japan are dominated by Dragon Quest Heroes on PlayStation and several Nintendo 3DS titles.
Majora’s Mask 3D was dethroned as the top-selling software title and the Wii U continues to putter along at 6k sales.
The Wii U continues to hover at 6k sold this week in Japan, but there are no new releases on the horizon.
Despite Kirby and the Rainbow Curse releasing last week in Japan, Wii U sales are continuing to decline back to average levels.
Nintendo remains the top dog in Japan.
Wii U sales have dropped back to their pre-holiday levels in Japan, with just 8k sold this week.
Sales in Japan this week are up in anticipation of the Super Smash Bros. release date on Saturday.
Wii U sales have slumped a bit this week, but Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire top both first and second on the charts...
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.