Famitsu has published his Weekly list of video game and console sales in Japan for the past week (March 8-14), a period in which the best-selling title has once again been Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury with more than 41,000 copies. At the hardware level we do not have many differences compared to last week, since Nintedo Switch once again leads the ranking of game consoles sold.

The second best-selling video game of the week in Japan was, once again, Momotaro Dentetsu: Showa, Heisei, Reiwa mo Teiban!, which already in the previous ranking exceeded two million units sold. The only new release this week to make the list is A-Train All Aboard! Tourism, also for Nintendo Switch, with a total of 16,179 copies sold that have ensured it the fourth place on the list.

You could see the complete list top-selling video games in Japan during the week of March 8-14 below:

  • [NSW] Super Mario 3D World + Bowsers Fury (Nintendo. 02/12/21) 41.734 (518.121)
  • [NSW] Momotaro Dentetsu: Showa. Heisei. Reiwa mo Teiban! (Konami. 11/19/20) 25.287 (2.031.842)
  • [NSW] Ring Fit Adventure (Nintendo. 10/18/19) 18.802 (2.452.076)
  • [NSW] A-Train All Aboard! Tourism (Artdink. 03/12/21) 16.179 (New)
  • [NSW] Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town (Marvelous. 02/25/21) 12.917 (248.990)
  • [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo. 04/28/17) 12.231 (3.726.462)
  • [NSW] Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo. 12/07/18) 10.947 (4.198.272)
  • [NSW] Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Nintendo. 03/20/20) 10.055 (6.690.200)
  • [NSW] Bravely Default II (Square Enix. 02/26/21) 9720 (122.622)
  • [NSW] Minecraft (Microsoft. 06/21/18) 8690 (1.852.323)

Switch remains unbeatable in Japan

As for consoles, as we said, little surprise: Nintendo Switch It has managed to sell 72,610 units between its two models, the normal and the Lite version, placing the first on the list for another week. They follow him PS5 with 37,851 consoles sold, PS4 with 2921 and Xbox Series X/S with 718 units. There is still a shortage of stock of next-gen consoles, according to Gematsu.

You could see the complete list of best-selling game consoles in Japan during the week of March 8-14 below:

  • Switch 38.951 (15.315.653)
  • Switch Lite 33.659 (3.413.094)
  • PlayStation 5 31.878 (407.223)
  • PlayStation 5 Digital Edition 5973 (76.036)
  • PlayStation 4 2908 (7.770.323)
  • New 2DS LL (including 2DS) 872 (1.158.377)
  • Xbox Series X 650 (29.076)
  • Xbox Series S 68 (7725)
  • PlayStation 4 Pro 13 (1.575.689)

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