Period: The week of April 1 – April 7 (2019)

Top-seller: Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission – 70,990 (Switch)

Nintendo Switch: 46,850

New Nintendo 2DS LL & 2DS: 3,469

New Nintendo 3DS LL: 919

PlayStation 4: 8,347

PlayStation 4 Pro: 5,507

PlayStation Vita: 482

Xbox One X: 60

Xbox One S: 33

 

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Now that Media Create no longer makes their weekly sales available to the public, we’ll try something different with Famitsu’s own weekly sales column that offers a bit more of a “lite” look with a top-10 list of best-selling video game software in Japan. Again, since Famitsu uses its own trackers, that means they’re different from Media Create’s own numbers from our previous sales column, so we won’t be using those for sales comparisons as we’ve done in the past.

 

Last week in Japan, we saw the debut of the Nintendo Switch game Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission as the key release that sold 70,990 units in its debut for the #1 spot. We saw strong follow-up sales from Yoshi’s Crafted World at #2 with 28,468 units  sold and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice at #3 with 18,101 units. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate continues to sell well with 14,775 units sold to chart at #4 and Minecraft has also been sticking around at #5 with 12,278 units sol for the Nintendo Switch.

 

The top-10 chart of the week is as follows:

LwTwTitleWeekly SalesTotal SalesSysPublisher
New01.Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission70,990NewSwitchBandai Namco
01.02.Yoshi’s Crafted World28,46878,475SwitchNintendo
02.03.Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice18,101212,961PS4From Software
03.04.Super Smash Bros. Ultimate14,7753,007,151SwitchNintendo
05.05.Minecraft12,278719,845SwitchMicrosoft Japan
04.06.New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe12,11156,098SwitchNintendo
07.07.Mario Kart 8 Deluxe9,5512,246,416SwitchNintendo
10.08.Splatoon 28,1613,028,994SwitchNintendo
14.09.The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild6,3091,281,348SwitchNintendo
12.10.Super Mario Party6,305991,550SwitchNintendo

 

Sales data acquired from Famitsu.

Sato
Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards. Editor-in-Chief @Siliconera

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