This week a new Yokai Watch game was released in Japan, claiming the top spot, but Super Smash Bros. for Wii U continues to...
Super Smash Bros. claims top spot in the software charts, while Wii U is the best-selling home console this week in Japan.
The Wii U has surpassed the 2 million sales mark in Japan before the very lucrative 2014 holiday shopping season.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate continues to dominate the top of the chart while the Wii U sees a small sales increase week over week.
Bayonetta 2 claims third spot during its launch week in Japan, with Smash 3DS still selling tons of copies.
Hyrule Warriors slips out of the top ten as Wii U sales remain steady at around 8k sold.
Japanese sales from last week show Hyrule Warriors dropping rapidly, with Wii U sales returning to normal.
Last week Hyrule Warriors launched in Japan and the Wii U saw a nice bump in sales to accompany it.
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.
Wii U sales are still up in Japan after the release of Mario Kart 8, though the long tail is kicking in.
Here's a look at the first partial week of Mario Kart 8 sales in Japan, which claimed top spot.
Child of Light performs well in Japan on PS3/PS4, while 3DS reclaims the top spot in terms of both hardware and software.
Japanese hardware sales continue at a slow pace, though the Nintendo 3DS is up this week.
Sales of video games in Japan this week were generally poor, but here's a look at how the hardware and software releases have performed.
9 out of 10 best selling games in Japan in the last 12 months were on Nintendo systems.
Several new releases in Japan mean Sony's software consumes the top ten, but Mario Party: Island Tour stands its ground at number one.