There Japanese ranking I saw it from 6th to 12th November PS5 dubbed Nintendo SwitchAfter a week of real distribution crisis for Sony console, Gaiden Like a Dragon: The Man Whose Name Was Erased It ranked second, but considering total sales, it deserved to be at the top.
- (NSW) Super Mario Bros. Wonder – 65,017 (975,276)
- (PS5) Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name – 63,319 (New)
- (PS4) Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name – 60,134 (New)
- (PS5) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 – 22.132 (New)
- (NSW) WarioWare: Move It! – 13,340 (42,924)
- (PS4) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 – 8,962 (New)
- (NSW) Fashion Dreamer – 8,166 (39,050)
- (NSW) Pikmin 4 – 7,511 (948,207)
- (NSW) Animal Crossing: New Horizons – 7,186 (7,573,156)
- (NSW) Game of Life for Nintendo Switch – 5,913 (77,301)
The numbers are clear: top 10 nipponica takes into account the results of each platform rather than combining them, and this is the only reason Kazuma Kiryu’s comeback failed to reach the top of the rankings, selling over 123,000 copies.
- PlayStation 5 – 86,869 (4,019,191)
- Nintendo Switch OLED model – 44,217 (6,041,114)
- PlayStation 5 Digital Edition – 21,084 (611,148)
- Nintendo Switch Lite – 13,846 (5,571,883)
- Nintendo Switch – 7,720 (19,601,080)
- Xbox Series
- PlayStation 4 – 1,330 (7,906,029)
- Xbox Series S – 582 (293,286)
- New Nintendo 2DS XL (includes 2DS) – 23 (1,192,605)
As for the hardware rankings, as mentioned last week Major usability issues for PS5 due to the switch from the original model to the Slim version, but when it arrived in stores it literally blew up and was called the Nintendo Switch.
Naturally, we will need to understand whether this situation will continue in the coming weeks or whether it is an isolated case due to the launch of the slim model.