Japanese Sales Chart: PS4 & PS4 Pro Sell Over 100,000 Units Combined

December 28, 2016Written by Jason Dunning

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In the second to last week of 2016, 107,000 PlayStation 4 consoles were sold, with nearly 98,000 of those coming from the standard PS4. Software was once again dominated by 3DS games, and the highest-charting PlayStation game was Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition in 7th, which moved over 40,000 copies.

According to Famitsu, here’s the 20 best-selling retail games, along with how each system sold in Japan from December 19 to 25, 2016:

Games (Lifetime)

  1. Pokemon Sun/Moon (3DS) – 322,830 (3,246,222)
  2. Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS (3DS) – 315,382 (743,388)
  3. Yo-kai Watch 3: Sukiyaki (3DS) – 176,227 (509,667)
  4. Momotaro Dentetsu 2017: Tachiagare Nippon!! (3DS) – 132,063
  5. Miitopia (3DS) – 50,299 (102,810)
  6. Yo-kai Watch 3: Sushi/Tempura (3DS) – 41,593 (1,397,436)
  7. Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition (PSV) – 40,157 (876,085)
  8. Yakuza 6 (PS4) – 35,196 (288,847)
  9. Final Fantasy XV (PS4) – 35,168 (860,847)
  10. Minecraft: Wii U Edition (Wii U) – 33,263 (241,441)
  11. Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball Heroes (3DS) – 26,882 (55,027)
  12. Sumikko Gurashi: Mura o Tsukurundesu (3DS) – 25,203 (123,195)
  13. Mario Party: Star Rush (3DS) – 25,015 (135,625)
  14. Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiibo (3DS) – 23,537 (71,990)
  15. Osomatsu-San: Matsu Matsuri! (3DS) – 20,628
  16. Mario Kart 7 (3DS) – 18,301 (2,628,566)
  17. Kirby: Planet Robobot (3DS) – 17,804 (479,698)
  18. Super Mario Maker (Wii U) – 16,262 (972,406)
  19. SaGa Scarlet Grace (PSV) – 15,633 (74,047)
  20. Splatoon (Wii U) – 15,356 (1,463,148)

Systems (Previous Week)

  1. New Nintendo 3DS – 166,993 (79,909)
  2. PlayStation 4 – 97,802 (67,356)
  3. Nintendo 2DS – 62,297 (37,667)
  4. PlayStation Vita – 58,745 (26,955)
  5. PlayStation 4 Pro – 9,467 (7,705)
  6. Wii U – 8,417 (4,544)
  7. PlayStation 3 – 827 (593)
  8. Xbox One – 757 (279)

What are you expecting from the last week of 2016 in Japan?

[Source: Famitsu via NeoGAF, Nintendo Everything]