The latest issue of Hobby Consolas provides the latest sales data for the video game market in Spain, for new releases (between Week 16 and Week 19) but also “old” titles. This time around, we have data for games like Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, but also Nintendo Labo, Project X Zone 2, and more!
Let’s start with Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, which had a pretty good debut with about 14 000 units sold. Since it came out on May 4th, that number covers the first 10 days on the market.
Nintendo Labo is off to a decent start, with 11 200 units sold during the first 17 days on the market. Just like in Japan, the Variety Kit was by far the most popular SKU, with over 3 times the sales of the Robot Kit: the former sold 8 500 units, and the latter sold 2 700 units.
Right now, it’s not clear whether Nintendo Labo will sell on the long run, and hopefully, Hobby Consolas will keep sharing data for it in the upcoming months!
Unfortunately for Ubisoft, South Park: The Fractured but Whole didn’t really set the charts on fire, with only 750 units sold in 20 days. That’s better than the Xbox One version (only 500 units), but far below PlayStation 4 sales (over 5 000 units).
Finally, Hobby Consolas has data for an “old” Nintendo 3DS game: Project X Zone 2, which has sold over 4 000 units to date in Spain… not bad for a niche game, which shows that Bandai-Namco didn’t make a mistake when they decided to translate the game in Spanish.
Source: Hobby Consolas
Via: BrunoMB (ResetERA)