The Nintendo Switch device rose significantly this week to more than 93,000 units sold, even higher than the performance of the device in the same period last year, in which it sold 90,000 units. Stores are suffering from a lack of shipments of the device during the current period before entering the Japanese sales period next December. The device is progressing. At a steady pace to become the best-selling device in the history of Japan.
For the second week in a row, the Xbox Series devices outperform the PlayStation 5 in sales, taking advantage of the lack of shipments of the latter, whose shipments are completely sold out now in preparation for the launch of the new model of the device on November 10, and we see the PlayStation 4 surpassing it in sales, perhaps for the first and last time. The Xbox devices achieve a better number than the same. During the period last year, the device sold 3,000 units, while the PlayStation 5 is witnessing a significant decline compared to the same period last year, in which it sold more than 13,000 units.
01./01. [NSW] Super Mario Bros. Wonder – 108.449 / 910.259
02./00. [NSW] Fashion Dreamer – 30.884 / NEW
03./00. [NSW] WarioWare: Move It! – 29.584 / NEW
04./00. [NSW] Star Ocean: The Second Story R – 28.850 / NEW
05./18. [NSW] Animal Crossing: New Horizons – 15.933 / 7.565.970
06./00. [PS5] Star Ocean: The Second Story R – 14.367 / NEW
07./06. [NSW] Pikmin 4 – 10.158 / 940.696
08./05. [NSW] Jinsei Game for Nintendo Switch – 7.974 / 71.388
09./00. [PS4] Star Ocean: The Second Story R – 7.360 / NEW
10./04. [PS5] Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 – 6.325 / 96.182
Super Mario Bros. Wonder is at the top of the sales list for the third week in a row and is quickly heading to exceed the barrier of one million copies sold in stores. It is the game that we may see on the list for a long time to come, according to expectations. The fashion and style game Fashion Dreamer arrives for the Nintendo Switch this week and comes second on the sales list, while the party and games game. Miniature WarioWare: Move It! It comes in third place with an average number for the two games.
The role-playing game Star Ocean: The Second Story R from Square Enix enters the list in three places and has more than 50 thousand copies sold between versions, with the Switch version outperforming the rest of the devices. Overall, this remake achieves a better opening than the remake of the first part, the game Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. It is preparing to reach the barrier of 100,000 copies, and this will be achieved next week with the release of the new model of the PlayStation 5 device.