Japan: Ring Fit Adventure enters at No.1

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This week’s Japanese video game software and hardware charts are now in via Famitsu and two new Nintendo Switch titles have taken the top spots. Those games are Ring Fit Adventures which is at No.1 and Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town at No.2. The Nintendo Switch continues to remain the best-selling system in Japan this week shifting 54,067 units.

Software Sales (followed by lifetime sales)

  1. [NSW] Ring Fit Adventure (Nintendo, 10/18/19) – 68,497 (New)
  2. [NSW] Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town (Marvelous, 10/17/19) – 66,193 (New)
  3. [NSW] Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition (Limited Edition Included) (Square Enix, 09/27/19) – 15,744 (401,907)
  4. [NSW] Disney Tsum Tsum Festival (Bandai Namco, 10/10/19) – 11,824 (42,174)
  5. [NSW] Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition (Bundle Version Included) (Microsoft, 06/21/18) – 9,020 (970,816)
  6. [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo, 04/28/17) – 8,305 (2,496,564)
  7. [NSW] Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo, 06/28/19) – 7,964 (669,445)
  8. [PS4] Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition (Capcom, 09/06/19) – 7,468 (378,736)
  9. [NSW] Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo, 12/07/18) – 7,312 (3,302,948)
  10. [NSW] The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition (Spike Chunsoft, 10/17/19) – 7,218 (New)

Hardware Sales (followed by lifetime sales)

  1. Switch – 34,821 (9,274,131)
  2. Switch Lite – 19,246 (333,923)
  3. PlayStation 4 – 4,273 (7,150,238)
  4. PlayStation 4 Pro – 3,089 (1,301,363)
  5. New 2DS LL (including 2DS) – 1,013 (1,669,004)
  6. New 3DS LL – 97 (5,884,737)
  7. Xbox One X – 78 (91,314)
  8. Xbox One S – 64 (17,186)
  9. PS Vita – 27 (5,862,680)

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