Today is Wednesday, as well as, Media Create released its yearly rank in Japan.
Below you can see the software graph for the week between February 5th and February with life sales for every game.
- Monster Hunter World — PS4 — 159,613/1,750,969
- Dynasty Warriors 9 – PS4 – 117,495/New
- Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet – PS4 – 75,623/New
- Splatoon 2 — Switch — 23,461/2,021,028
- Shadow of the Colossus – PS4 – 21,900/New
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe — Switch — 19,210/1,327,107
- Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle — Switch — 15,755/129,815
- Dragon Ball FighterZ — PS4 — 14,237/82,968
- Super Mario Odyssey — Switch — 13,912/1,601,866
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild — Switch — 12,087/859,764
- Dragon’s Crown Guru – PS4 – 11,691/New
- Pokémon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon — 3DS — 9,654/1,548,683
- Mario Party: The Top 100 — 3DS — 6,436/155,782
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim — Switch — 5,625/19,547
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse two for Nintendo Switch — Switch — 4,512/114,728
- 1-2-Switch — Switch — 4,477/395,563
- Yo-kai Watch Busters two: Sword/Magnum — 3DS — 4,437/501,342
- ARMS — Switch — 4,322/364,806
- Pokkén Tournament DX — Switch — 4,320/222,781
- Dragon Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. — Switch — 3,373/214,492
And here is the hardware chart:
The Monster Hunter World effect remains busy on the game’s week on the shelves, using 159,613 units sold, that push the regional grand complete into 1,750,969 units. Dynasty Warriors 9 and Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet also debuted with solid numbers (even though lower compared to their predecessors), contributing to a rather infrequent top-3 focused on PS4 games.
In other Monster Hunter World news, we also learned from Capcom which the game sent over six million units worldwide and already passed the publisher’s goal for the complete financial year above a month before its ending on March 31st.
The PS4 itself has yet another strong week, together with 71,306 units sold, bringing the stage over 6.4 million components that discovered a loving Japanese house (6,401,139, to be exact).
However on the Nintendo side, nothing else is quitting the Splatoon 2 train, even using a strong fourth position that finally brings the game more than 2 thousand units sold on the local market. Switch hardware revenue stayed flat week-on-week.
Shadow of the Colossus and Dragon’s Crown Guru debuted with ordinary numbers, that aren’t overly surprising considering that Japanese gamers typically aren’t too mad about remasters along with remakes. Especially Dragon’s Crown Guru doesn’t actually offer much besides a bump in resolution, and its launching numbers probably reflect that.
If you want to compare, you can check out last week’s amounts.