Japan: Top 10 for the Nintendo eShop (November 7 – 13, 2016)

In Japan, Nintendo is regularly posting weekly rankings for the Nintendo eShop on its website (more precisely, its Topics section). Obviously, there’s no actual sales data, but they give us a good idea of what Japanese players are buying on the Nintendo eShop. Also, please note the rankings below include digital pre-orders, which explains why some unreleased games are charting.

On Nintendo 3DS, Pokémon Sun and Moon are still the best-sellers, while on Wii U, Minecraft: Wii U Edition is still sitting at the top.

Nintendo 3DS

(=) 01. Pocket Monsters Moon / Pokémon Moon (The Pokémon Company) [18.11.2016]
(=) 02. Pocket Monsters Sun / Pokémon Sun (The Pokémon Company) [18.11.2016]
(+1) 03. Tobidase! Doubtsu no Mori / Animal Crossing: New Leaf (Nintendo) [08.11.2012]
(+1) 04. Tobidasu! Nyanko Dai Sensou / The Battle Cats POP (Ponos) [31.5.2015]
(+1) 05. Pocket Monsters Pikachu / Pokémon Yellow Version: Pikachu Special Version (Nintendo, Virtual Console) [27.2.2016]
(N) 06. Shephy (Arc System Works) [09.11.2016]
(=) 07. Sabaku no Nezumidan (Arc System Works) [02.9.2016]
(=) 08. Pocket Monsters Aka / Pokémon Red Version (Nintendo, Virtual Console) [27.2.2016]
(=) 09. Cube Creator 3D (Arc System Works) [15.7.2015]
(B) 10. Pocket Monsters Ao / Pokémon Blue Version (Nintendo, Virtual Console) [27.2.2016]

Wii U

(=) 01. Minecraft: Wii U Edition (Microsoft Japan) [17.12.2015]
(+1) 02. Block Builder / Discovery (Rainy Frog) [31.8.2016]
(-1) 03. F-Zero X (Nintendo, Virtual Console) [02.11.2016]
(+1) 04. Paper Mario: Color Splash (Nintendo) [13.10.2016]
(+5) 05. Super Mario 64 (Nintendo, Virtual Console) [08.4.2015]
(B) 06. Bomberman 6 (Konami, Virtual Console) [19.11.2014]
(-1) 07. Terraria (Spike Chunsoft) [15.9.2016]
(-1) 08. Splatoon (Nintendo) [28.5.2013]
(B) 09. Taiko Drum Master: Atsumete ☆ Tomodachi Dai Sakusen! (Bandai-Namco) [26.11.2015] (on sale until November 23rd)
(-1) 10. Mario Kart 8 (Nintendo) [20.5.2014]

Source: Nintendo


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