Charts

Japanese software and hardware charts from Famitsu. Check out lifetime console sales here and top Switch game sales here. Page updated weekly.

Software Charts

01. Super Mario 3D All-Stars (Nintendo) 210,136 / NEW BUY

02. Ring Fit Adventure (Nintendo) 48,826 / 1,576,270 BUY

03. Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Nintendo) 32,097 / 5,724,253 BUY

04. Pro Yakyuu Famista 2020 (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) 15,129 / NEW BUY

05. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo) 13,094 / 3,170,755 BUY

06. Club House Games: 51 Worldwide Classics (Nintendo) 9,572 / 381,612 BUY

07. Azur Lane Crosswave (COMPILE HEART) 7,413 / NEW BUY

08. Pokémon Sword & Shield (Pokémon) 6,887 / 3,738,336 BUY

09. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo) 6,288 / 3,830,717 BUY

10. Splatoon 2 (Nintendo) 6,075 / 3,563,880 BUY

11. Minecraft Dungeons Hero Edition (Mojang/Microsoft Japan) 5,978 / 17,428 BUY

12. Super Mario Party (Nintendo) 5,683 / 1,554,931 BUY

13. Minecraft (Mojang) 5,674 / 1,505,288 BUY

14. Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch (Nintendo) 4,658 / 297,821 BUY

15. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo) 4,297 / 1,649,922 BUY

16. eBASEBALL Powerful Pro Yakyuu 2020 (Konami) 4,186 / 224,358 BUY

17. Paper Mario: The Origami King (Nintendo) 4,116 / 252,875 BUY

18. New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (Nintendo) 3,717 / 899,432 BUY

19. Birushana Senki ~Genpei Hika Musou~ (Idea Factory) 3,158 / NEW BUY

20. Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo) 2,520 / 965,965 BUY

21. Human Fall Flat (Teyon Japan) 2,216 / 33,477 BUY

22. Tsuri Spirits Nintendo Switch Version (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) 2,199 / 490,598 BUY

23. Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo) 2,113 / 2,125,977 BUY

24. JUMP FORCE DELUXE EDITION (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) 1,837 / 24,227 BUY

25. Taiko no Tatsujin Nintendo Switch Version! (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) 1,768 / 514,110 BUY

26. Luigi’s Mansion 3 (Nintendo) 1,750 / 685,436 BUY

Hardware Charts

01. Nintendo Switch (110,029 / 15,266,974) BUY

02. Nintendo 3DS (5,272 / 24,545,175) BUY

Notes: Software and hardware charts both using Famitsu data. Numbers include all packaged software sales inclusive of download cards (where applicable), but not digital sales made over the Nintendo eShop, My Nintendo Store etc. The first number denotes last week’s sales, where-as the second number denotes life-time sales.