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Forums - Sales Discussion - Japan sales (Week 48): Media Create/Famitsu/Dengeki - November 27- December 3, 2017

Switch with another monster week, if a bit lower than last. I hope we see a rise in shipments from here on out.
Pokemon legging it's way to 1m on Media create, and 3DS with another week over PS4. I Did not neccessarily expect to see that happening after SuMoUltras release week.
Nintendo with almost 80% marketshare overall is insane.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 shows nice growth for the franchise, even though it just missed the 100k mark. I imagine it hit it with digital. COMG ratios are defenitely off for Switch games atm.

Last edited by SuperNova - on 06 December 2017

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Another good week for Switch. Xenoblade 2 did good too.

Splat2 vs DQ11

Splatoon2: 1.410mil
DQ(ps4): 1.376mil
DQ(3ds): 1.767mil
DQ(Com): 3.144mil

Splat2 losing by...

3ds: 370k
DQ: 1.686mil

Pokemon at 1.5mil without digital (though digital doesnt mean much for pokemon). Chris isnt saying its gonna underperform anymore lol

Yeah, I predicted 100k so I was almost spot on . Nice first week, the best on the franchise. Let's hope it'll have legs.

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I will post Famitsu later.

Oh man, Nintendo pacman is back!

Another great week for the Switch seems like it's on Its way to pass Ps4 on Its first 10 months of sales.

Edit: worldwide.

Last edited by Matsku - on 06 December 2017

I think for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 sells almost 100k is good considered it came one week after SMO and 2 weeks after Pokemon.

Miyamotoo said:
konnichiwa said:

Nah you were pretty sure of it, that 1 million units in 6 weeks is only getting harder to get.   Anyway +100k in two weeks a great achievement.

Well yeah, one week closer to holiday season and XBX2 launch, it was realistic to expect better week compared to last one. Switch need just next 4 weeks to sell around 120k per week to hit 3m this year.

Yeah but that discussion I had with you and Zorg (partially also Rol) basically stated you were sure it would beat Wii U's LTD at the end of 2017. (3.3million)