The Japanese language dominated sales in Japan for 18 years

We know that the reversal of a new console is the same nature as the sunrise. Once we will know why you are now staying countless weeks on the Switch but with many more developments so that eventually no one can take advantage of the new PS5, the hybrid console with which you posed a great threat to Japanese culture is still more utter lack of space.

We can find out how dominant the capital N in Japan lasts for 18 years. The majority of the 10 games featured in the top 10 list are named Nintendo Switch. This ranks for the hybrid console as one of the best-selling platforms over the last 12 months.

Nintendo has dominated the retail-format software charts in Japan every year since 2004, when the company fell short of the top 10 games last year. This year the PS2 defended the Game Boy Advance and the GameCube (eight of the top ten games of 2004 were on the Sony platform). According to Famitsu, the majority of the ten best-selling games in Japan each year have been for Nintendo.

Since 2004, Japan’s best-selling annual game has only been for two other platforms (Dragon Quest VIII in 2004 and the Monster Hunter game’s Second G in 2008). The Kyoto-based house published thirteen of the 19 annual bestsellers. This year, Pokemon Scarlet and Violet broke all records for Nintendo and the series they belong to, Elden Ring made the top 10 with the PS4 version taking tenth place.

Peatical Front marked the first time in the last 18 years that a non-Nintendo console topped Japanese shelves: the PSP in 2010. Each year, Nintendo DS, 3DS and Nintendo Switch were the most successful hardware. This year, Switch has sold every other console more than three times, combined with total sales of over 4.8 million, bringing the installed base in Japan to over 27.7 million units. The Japanese language dominated sales in Japan for 18 years

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