Today is Wednesday, and Media Create published its hardware graph and top-twenty software chart painting the picture of the Western market between April 2nd and April 8th, 2018.
You are able to take a look at the top-twenty below, keeping in mind that the next number displays lifetime sales for many games.
- Kirby Star Allies — Switch — 35,319/392,413
- Far Cry 5 — PS4 — 26,732/102,206
- Splatoon two — Switch — 21,890/2,213,576
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe — Switch — 13,849/1,460,835
- Super Robot Wars X — PS4 — 11,063/100,322
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild — Switch — 8,551/947,541
- Super Mario Odyssey — Switch — 8,211/1,684,107
- Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom — PS4 — 8,202/83,067
- Detective Pikachu — 3DS — 6,959/64,556
- Super Robot Wars X — PS Vita — 6,564/60,606
- Monster Hunter World — PS4 — 5,189/1,999,415
- Pokémon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon — 3DS — 5,062/1,610,978
- Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition — Switch — 4,789/37,338
- Valkyria Stories 4 — PS4 — 4,749/76,778
- Attack on Titan 2 — PS4 — 4,630/49,279
- Shining Resonance Refrain — PS4 — 3,951/27,005
- 1-2-Switch — Switch — 3,795/427,721
- Hokuto Ga Gotoku — PS4 — 3,757/160,562
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege: Advanced Edition — PS4 — 3,596/35,276
- Dragonball Xenoverse 2 — Switch — 3,531/141,100
You might even give a look at the hardware graph.
This week was much slower compared to the one earlier, because of the complete lack of new releases in Japan. This gives Kirby Star Allies an opportunity to reveal its extended legs (I know I understand, Kirby doesn’t really have legs.
After its flattering first-week performance, Far Cry 5 also remains close to the top to show that Japanese gamers are becoming more and more embracing of western productions.
On the hardware side, the Switch retains shoving earnings, also flies past the four million sell-through markers, despite a gradual slow down due to the lack of fresh games.
The PS4 additionally sees a decline, pretty much for the identical reason. Being a much older console, it’s a lot more sensitive to absence of current releases compared to its hybrid rival.
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