Japanese Sales Chart: PS4 Remains in 1st During a Slow Week

October 28, 2015 Written by Jason Dunning

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In a quiet week for new releases, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes on 3DS debuted in 1st, moving 54,000 copies. It was followed by PriPara Mezase! Idol Grand Prix No. 1! on 3DS, which sold 34,000 in its first week.

The highest-charting PlayStation game, meanwhile, is Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition in 8th with 7,500 sold.

Over in hardware, the PlayStation 4 was the top-selling console yet again, moving another 22,800 units. Other platforms saw slight drops, though the Xbox One saw sales more than double to just over 1,000.

Here’s how each system sold, along with the top 20 selling retail games in Japan from October 19 – 25, 2015, according to Media Create:

Games (Lifetime)

  1. The Legend of Zelda: Tri-Force Heroes (3DS) – 54,394
  2. PriPara Mezase! Idol Grand Prix No. 1! (3DS) – 34,035
  3. Yo-kai Watch Busters: Red Cat Team/White Dog Squad (3DS) – 20,824 (1,674,995)
  4. Super Mario Maker (Wii U) – 15,817 (337,039)
  5. 7th Dragon III Code: VFD (3DS) – 13,299 (85,776)
  6. Splatoon (Wii U) – 13,159 (737,478)
  7. Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (3DS) – 8,625 (1,098,904)
  8. Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition (PS Vita) – 7,547 (375,264)
  9. Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 (PS3) – 6,442 (82,413)
  10. Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon (3DS) – 6,402 (243,494)
  11. Picross 3D 2 (3DS) – 5,905 (58,147)
  12. Pro Yakyuu Famista Returns (3DS) – 5,894 (38,421)
  13. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PS4) – 4,944 (411,720)
  14. Tokyo Xanadu (PS Vita) – 4,793 (116,835)
  15. Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 (PS4) – 4,528 (63,769)
  16. Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection (PS4) – 4,439 (37,049)
  17. Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King (3DS) – 4,208 (801,043)
  18. Grand Theft Auto V (4,990 yen Version) (PS4) – 3,673 (10,875)
  19. Chibi-Robo: Zip Lash (3DS) – 3,647 (25,083)
  20. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PS3) – 3,614 (190,093)

Systems (Previous Week)

  1. PlayStation 4 – 22,801 (25,699)
  2. New 3DS LL – 16,144 (17,881)
  3. PlayStation Vita – 12,981 (14,546)
  4. Wii U – 9,961 (11,658)
  5. New 3DS – 3,530 (4,514)
  6. PlayStation 3 – 1,909 (2,105)
  7. 3DS – 1,277 (1,232)
  8. Xbox One – 1,009 (438)
  9. PlayStation Vita TV – 782 (696)
  10. 3DS LL – 478 (625)

Do you think the PS Vita TV will be able to catch up to the Xbox One?

[Source: 4Gamer via Gematsu]