Another week, the Japanese magazine Famitsu He republished the best-selling games and consoles in Japan for the past seven days, Which is a list that, as it has become usual in recent months, completely dominates it Nintendo Switch.
When it comes to video games, Throne again Momotaro Dentetsu: Showa, Heise, Rywa, Mu Teban!, Which is a production Konami Which unleashed a real buzz among the Japanese public, which he added this week 92,793 units sold, Making the total 1.7 million About a title that will debut at the end of November exclusively for Japan.
On the other hand, The second place is Ring fit for adventure (36,489 copies) and the third for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Which is a production although already surpassed 6.5 million It continues to sell continuously, in which case it added another 27,237 units to its impressive track record.
- [NSW] Momotaro Dentetsu: Showa, Heise, Rywa, Mu Teban! (Konami) 92.793 (1,710.394)
- [NSW] Range Fit Adventure (Nintendo) 36.489 (2,273.887)
- [NSW] Animal Crossing Game: New Horizons (Nintendo) 27,237 (6,580,855)
- [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo) 19.239 (3,620.938)
- [NSW] Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo) 13.316 (4.122.643)
- [NSW] Minecraft (Microsoft) 11.873 (1.786.687)
- [NSW] Club Games: 51 World Classics (Nintendo) 11.410 (612.794)
- [NSW] Splatoon 2 (Nintendo) 9,407 (3,753,205)
- [NSW] Pokemon Sword / Shield (Pokemon Corporation) 8,847 (3.938,093)
- [NSW] Super Mario Party (Nintendo) 7.623 (1.805.240)
Regarding console sales, The Nintendo Switch managed to add 110,811 units sold between its Standard and Lite model, Leaving the PS5 in second place with a score of 245,957. The list is below.
- Switch 87.385 (14.877.202)
- Switch Lite 23.426 (3.224.391)
- PlayStation 5 15.312 (245.957)
- PlayStation 4 3.247 (7.746.690)
- PlayStation 5 Digital Edition 2.036 (55.665)
- New 2DS LL (incluyendo 2DS) 439 (1.153.006)
- Xbox Series X 386 (25.566)
- Xbox Series S 38 (6.685)
- PlayStation 4 Pro 16 (1.575.581)
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