There are constants in the universe, and one of them is the list of best-selling games in the land of the rising sun, published by the Japanese magazine Famitsu. Thus, the Japanese publication has released Japanese sales of software, but also of hardware from all platforms from June 29 to July 7, 2020 And, as we can see, the hybrid console of the Big N has devastated throughout this week.

We reviewed Japanese game and console sales from June 29 to July 7, 2020, according to Japanese magazine Famitsu

Japan software sales list, according to Famitsu:Animal Crossing: New Horizons (NSW): 53,506 copies (5,058,226 total) 51 Worldwide Games (NSW): 25,591 copies (195,211 total) Ring Fit Adventure (NSW): 12,285 copies (1,092,799 total) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (NSW): 10,037 copies (3,015,080 total) The Last of Us Part II (PS4): 9,279 copies (213,968 total) Splatoon 2 (NSW): 8,114 copies (3,647,749 total) Pokemon Sword and Shield (NSW): 8,111 copies (3,647,104 total) Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (NSW): 7,111 copies (3,744,880 total) Catherine: FullBody (NSW): 6,917 copies (new release) Minecraft (NSW): 6,104 copies (1,432,705 total)

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Japan hardware sales list, according to Famitsu:Nintendo Switch: 38,428 units (11,736,068 total) Nintendo Switch Lite: 13,822 units (2,366,495 total) PlayStation 4: 2,523 units (7,624,046 total) Playstation 4 Pro: 2,035 units (1,564,567 total) New Nintendo 2DS XL (along with 2DS): 856 units (1,723,145 total) New Nintendo 3DS XL: 77 units (5,887,998 total) Xbox One X: 26 units (20,596 total) Xobx One S: 18 units (21,377 total)