With no new releases for the Wii U on the horizon, Japanese sales have plummeted compared to last week.
And Nintendo is still the top publisher in the country.
The Wii U is the king of home consoles this week in Japan, outselling the PlayStation 4 by more than 10k.
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.