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.
Both the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U saw a nice boost in sales last week in Japan.
Japanese sales numbers continue to hold steady while Dark Souls II dominates the software chart.
The PlayStation 4 has dropped off in sales from launch week, while the Wii U continues to hold steady week over week.