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Pokemon and New 3DS Sales Dominate in Japan While Wii U, PS4, and Vita Improve

by Kyle Hanson

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The weekly Japanese sales figures are in for November 24th through the 30th, and it looks like improvements all around for Sony and Nintendo products. The release of Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire obviously had a huge impact, with the game easily topping the software charts. Along with this came improvements across the board for hardware sales. The biggest gains were made by the PS Vita, which more than doubled last week’s figures, and Wii U, which jumped by almost 3,000 units. PS4 kept going strong after recovering from its disappointing launch, and the Xbox One continues to languish at the bottom of the charts.

Software

  • 3DS – Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire – 298,613
  • PSV – Phantasy Star Nova – 107,313
  • 3DS – Knight of Labyrinth 2 – 59,531
  • PSV – Fate/Hollow Ataraxia – 53,979
  • PS3 – Resident Evil HD Remaster – 50,258
  • PS4 – Dragon Age Inquisition – 29,274
  • 3DS – Monster Hunter 4G – 27,624
  • 3DS – Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS – 21,755
  • 3DS – Specter Watch 2 – 20,577
  • PSV – Nisekoi Marriage!? – 15,508

Hardware

  • New 3DS LL – 48,738
  • PS Vita – 27,935
  • New 3DS – 22,875
  • 3DS – 19,722
  • 3DS LL – 15,182
  • PS4 – 13,489
  • Wii U – 12,496
  • PS3 – 5,360
  • Vita TV – 1,285
  • Xbox One – 1,237
  • Xbox 360 – 108
  • PSP – 18

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