PS4 Holds Top of Japanese Sales; One Piece: Burning Blood Wins Software on Media Create

on April 27, 2016 1:18 PM

Nothing stops the PS4 train in Japan, as Sony consoles remains at the top of today’s Media Create charts, leaving the 3DS behind even counting its models combined.

You can check out the hardware chart below:

  • PS4: 20,589
  • New 3DS XL: 13,917
  • PS Vita: 12,678
  • Wii U: 5,968
  • New 3DS: 3,268
  • PS3: 1,153
  • 3DS: 939
  • 3DS XL: 137
  • Xbox One: 101

And here is the software chart:

  1. One Piece: Burning Blood – PS4 – 35,496 / New
  2. One Piece: Burning Blood – PS Vita – 32,682 / New
  3. Yo-kai Sangokushi – 3DS – 28,758 / 430,239
  4. Bullet Girls 2 – PS Vita – 17,224 / New
  5. Star Fox Zero and Star Fox Guard Double Pack– Wii U – 17,114 / New
  6. Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 3 – 3DS – 15,940 / 557,575
  7. Phantasy Star Online 2 Episode 4 – PS4 – 14,950 / New
  8. Star Fox Zero – Wii U – 8,135 / New
  9. Dark Souls III – PS4  – 7,255 / 274,909
  10. Terraria – 3DS – 7,251 / New
  11. Phantasy Star Online 2 Episode 4 – PS Vita – 7,043 / New
  12. Nil Admirari no Tenbin: Teito Genwakukitan – PS Vita – 6,98 / New
  13. Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition – PS4 – 6,476 / New
  14. Splatoon – Wii U – 6,470 / 1,338,689
  15. Minecraft: PS Vita Edition – PS Vita – 6,253 / 743,558
  16. Super Mario Maker – Wii U – 5,873 / 851,969
  17. UEFA Euro 2016: Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 – PS4 – 5,094 / New
  18. Kamigami no Asobi Infinite – PS Vita – 4,828 / New
  19. Disney Art Academy – 3DS – 4,646 / 30,816
  20. Far Cry Primal – PS4 – 4,303 / 38,410

One Piece: Burning Blood had a solid launch, with the PS4 version actually beating the PS Vita one.

On the other hand, Star Fox Zero drops with a whimper even combining sales of the double pack and the stand alone edition. It didn’t even bolster sales of the Wii U, that actually dropped by a few hundred units since last week.

 /  Executive News Editor
Hailing from sunny (not as much as people think) Italy and long standing gamer since the age of Mattel Intellivision and Sinclair ZX Spectrum. Definitely a multi-platform gamer, he still holds the old dear PC nearest to his heart, while not disregarding any console on the market. RPGs (of any nationality) and MMORPGs are his daily bread, but he enjoys almost every other genre, prominently racing simulators, action and sandbox games. He is also one of the few surviving fans of the flight simulator genre on Earth.
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