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Super Smash Bros. and Nintendo Switch Top Media Create Sales Charts Once Again

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Super Smash Bros. and Nintendo Switch Top Media Create Sales Charts Once Again

It’s that time of the week again, and like every Wednesday Media Create released its charts painting the portrait of the Japanese market between Dec. 17 and Dec. 23.

Below you can check out the top-twenty software chart. As usual, the second number for each game represents lifetime sales.

  1. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Switch – 452,617/2,079,769
  2. Super Mario Party – Switch – 155,060/742,355
  3. Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! – Switch – 144,770/1,265,790
  4. Dragon Quest Builders 2 – PS4 – 110,285/New
  5. Dragon Quest Builders 2 – Switch – 97,673/New
  6. Minecraft – Switch – 48,359/479,769
  7. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 47,096/1,958,270
  8. Splatoon 2 – Switch – 41,405/2,809,117
  9. Judgment – PS4 – 37,643/185,889
  10. God Eater 3 – PS4 – 25,039/175,562
  11. Kirby Star Allies – Switch – 21,643/691,939
  12. Super Mario Odyssey – Switch – 21,384/1,902,226
  13. Onimusha: Warlords – PS4 – 21,367/New
  14. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Switch – 16,093/1,212,043
  15. Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! – Switch – 15,580/259,863
  16. Luigi’s Mansion – 3DS – 15,325/79,700
  17. Katamari Damacy REROLL – Switch – 11,665/New
  18. Super Neptunia RPG – PS4 – 11,521/New
  19. Mario Tennis Aces – Switch – 10,957/392,757
  20. Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon – 3DS – 10,140/1,790,327

Here’s the hardware chart:

  1. Switch: 278,701
  2. PS4: 57,948
  3. New 2DS XL: 19,096
  4. PS4 Pro: 17,845
  5. New 3DS XL: 7,116
  6. PS Vita: 3,939
  7. 2DS: 724
  8. Xbox One X: 195
  9. Xbox One: 182

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate continues its cavalcade this week, passing two million units sold in stride in less than a month, which is really pretty impressive. Of course, large Switch ales came in tow, and essentially flat compared to the previous week.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 had a solid debut both on PS4 and Nintendo Switch, selling about 13,000 copies more on Sony’s console.

Other debuts included Onimusha: Warlords which didn’t do too badly on PS4 for an HD remaster, considering that Japanese gamers tend to ignore those. It didn’t rank in the top-twenty for Switch. Nintendo fans likely had more compelling games to spend their money on.

Super Neptunia RPG had a rather weak launch on PS4, but still better than the Switch version, which didn’t rank at all. This is slightly peculiar, considering that the PS4 version was censored compared to the one on Nintendo’s console.

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