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3DS XL tops Japanese hardware chart

Yokai Watch is the software number one

This week its the 3DS XL and Level-5's Yokai Watch topping the Japanese hardware and software sales charts.

  1. 3DS XL - 31,979 (Last week - 27,914)
  2. PlayStation Vita - 23,030 (22,394)
  3. PlayStation 4 - 11,486 (12,712)
  4. PlayStation 3 - 9,252 (6,726)
  5. Wii U - 8,079 (5,710)
  6. 3DS - 7,644 (6,073)
  7. PSP - 2,321 (1,957)
  8. PlayStation Vita TV - 1,687 (1,548)
  9. Xbox 360 - 278 (242)

Mario Golf: World Tour was the only new entry on the top five.

  1. [3DS] Yokai Watch - 62,777 (Lifetime sales - 860,824)
  2. [3DS] Mario Golf: World Tour - 49,889 (New entry)
  3. [PSV] Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment - 32,512 (177,541)
  4. [3DS] Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call - 24,908 (105,431)
  5. [3DS] Mario Party: Island Tour - 22,581 (343,071)

Charts collated by Media Create and published by Gematsu.

Latest comments (4)

Marcel Vlasblom Senior Consultant, Capgemini2 years ago
You guys are almost heading every Japanese chart presentation with " Nintendo 3DS ís back on top " or something similar, when Nintendo ís in the lead again. But the other way around ís presented as a boring week or not at all.(except two weeks ago)
This way you give Nintendo more positive attention then Sony, I think thats sad for a supposed neutral gaming site.
I've monitored this behavior over the last year, strange that I'm the only one noticing this.
Hope you are not all Nintendo fanboys/girls over there, because I expect you to be a neutral news feeder.
You could see me as a fanboy, but thats not the point I try to bring across.
I hope you guys/girls take a look to the previous chart headers for Japanese sales figures and really learn from this.
Just search for Nintendo or 3DS in the archives, and after that search for Vita, and be surprised for the number of hits you get.
Thanks for considering my comment.
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Nicholas Pantazis Senior Editor, VGChartz Ltd2 years ago
@ Marcel Well, the Vita has only ever actually been on top for one week since launch, and this site falsely reported it as on top for two weeks by not totaling the 3DS and 3DSXL sales together. So I'd say there's not any pro-Nintendo bias here.
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Jim Burns Research Asisstant 2 years ago
Agreed, this site has no bias from what I can tell. Just questionable headlines lol.
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Marcel Vlasblom Senior Consultant, Capgemini2 years ago
Well that best describes it, questionable headlines, Thanks.

@Nicholas, I only mean the Japanese charts presentations, and its been more then once these last months. (see how questionable headlines influence our memory?)

Edited 1 times. Last edit by Marcel Vlasblom on 10th May 2014 8:42am

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