Europe: video games sales for Week 42 (UK) / Week 41 (France), more

In this post, you will find video games sales data for the following countries: United Kingdom (Week 42), France (Week 41), Australia and New Zealand (Week 41)!

United Kingdom – Video Games Sales (Week 42)

During Week 42, not too many games came out in the United Kingdom, and yet, most of the Nintendo games that were in the Top 40 are now gone. There’s only two of them: Tomodachi Life which makes its comeback at #35, and New Super Mario Bros. 2 which gained 3 places this week and is now #37? The other games? You can forget about them…

The best-seller on Nintendo 3DS is, quite naturally, Tomodachi Life. On Wii U, it’s still Paper Mario: Color Splash, but it didn’t sell nearly enough to get into the Top 40.

Source: GFK Chart-Track

France – Video Games Sales (Week 41)

In France, Skylanders Imaginators (Wii U) and Disney Magical World 2 (Nintendo 3DS) came out during Week 40, and the former didn’t make it to the top of its platform (only the latter). What’s more, they unfortunately, they didn’t sell enough to make it to the All-Format Top 5…

Source: S.E.L.L.

Australia/New Zealand Video Games Sales (Week 41)

In Australia, the only game on Nintendo platforms in the Top 10 is Skylanders Imaginators, which came out at #1 of the Wii U-only chart. The best-seller on Nintendo 3DS was Yo-kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits / Fleshy Soul, with the former selling more than the latter.

In New Zealand, the only games on Nintendo platforms is Minecraft, which was the 3rd best-selling game on the platform (behind Skylanders Imaginators and Paper Mario: Color Splash). On Nintendo 3DS, the best-seller was Pokémon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire, with Yo-kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits / Fleshy Souls actually landing below Yo-kai Watch!

Source: IGEA


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