Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition shows just what the combination of two successful franchises can do, shooting straight to number one on the Japanese software charts.
It was all about Nintendo in the top five, with two new Wii U titles taking second and third in this week's sales.
- [3DS] Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition (GungHo Online Entertainment, 04/30/15) - 179,926 (New entry)
- [Wii U] Dragon Quest X: Legend of the Ancient Dragon Online (Square Enix, 04/30/15) - 98,923 (New entry)
- [Wii U] Xenoblade Chronicles X (Nintendo, 04/30/15) - 85,586 (New entry)
- [3DS] Bravely Second: End Layer (Square Enix, 04/23/15) - 20,195 (Lifetime sales - 120,242)
- [3DS] Girls Mode 3: Kirakira Code (Nintendo, 04/16/15) - 20,103 (99,007)
The release of new Dragon Quest and Xenoblade titles for the Wii U didn't hurt sales of the console, pushing it to the top of the hardware chart. The machine saw 16,000 more sales this week than last.
- Wii U - 22,898 (Last week - 7,210)
- PlayStation 4 - 19,782 (20,112)
- PlayStation Vita - 17,748 (15,467)
- New 3DS XL - 17,062 (13,981)
- New 3DS - 5,901 (5,329)
- PlayStation 3 - 3,956 (4,248)
- 3DS - 1,520 (1,095)
- 3DS XL - 1,465 (1,253)
- PlayStation Vita TV - 687 (558)
- Xbox One - 341 (201)
Charts collated by Media Create and published by Gematsu.