Attack on Titan, Kan Colle Kai sell big in Japan last week

Media Create Sales

Media Create sales figures are out for the week of February 15 to February 21 for Japan, and man are they interesting.

The PS4 has been gaining ground on its predecessor for months, and that’s even more evident in terms of the sales breakdown for Koei Tecmo’s Attack on Titan. The Vita edition actually came out on top with 62,111 units, with PS4 only slightly behind at 61,156, and the PS3 coming in at 27,415. Kan Colle Kai (a port based off of a browser game) was the clear winner last week though, with 140,757 units sold on Vita.

In fourth was Street Fighter V with 41,990 units, then Mario & Sonic 3DS, and Square Enix’s Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna. The PS4 is still king on top of the hardware charts, with the Vita trailing close behind (and only behind the 3DS with the combined power of the original device, the New, and the New XL).

Check out the top 10 below, and the full list here.

Media Create Sales: 2/15/16 – 2/21/16 [Gematsu]

Software:

  • [PSV] Kan Colle Kai (Kadokawa Games, 02/18/16) – 140,757 (New)
  • [PSV] Attack on Titan (Koei Tecmo, 02/18/16) – 62,111 (New)
  • [PS4] Attack on Titan (Koei Tecmo, 02/18/16) – 61,156 (New)
  • [PS4] Street Fighter V (Capcom, 02/18/16) – 41,990 (New)
  • [3DS] Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Nintendo, 02/18/16) – 41,736 (New)
  • [PS4] Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna (Square Enix, 02/18/16) – 33,629 (New)
  • [PSV] Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna (Square Enix, 02/18/16) – 27,994 (New)
  • [PS3] Attack on Titan (Koei Tecmo, 02/18/16) – 27,415 (New)
  • [3DS] Shin Megami Tensei IV: Final (Atlus, 02/10/16) – 14,408 (110,757)
  • [PSV] Dragon Quest Builders (Square Enix, 01/28/16) – 13,239 (262,182

Hardware:

  • PlayStation 4 – 29,363 (27,576)
  • PlayStation Vita – 22,191 (17,104)
  • New 3DS LL – 16,533 (19,691)
  • New 3DS – 4,363 (4,695)
  • Wii U – 3,902 (3,933)
  • 3DS – 2,427 (2,717)
  • PlayStation 3 – 1,665 (1,633)
  • 3DS LL – 569 (452)
  • Xbox One – 162 (101)

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