The Nintendo Switch stayed on top of the console sales charts in Japan last week, making it the fourth straight month where the console was the best selling hardware in Japan. And that’s despite severe shortages.

It was followed by the PS4 as usual, with the 3DS coming in at third. On the games front, the Switch had two games in the top three: Arms and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

Here are the best selling consoles and games for last week in Japan:

Hardware sales chart: (last week in parenthesis)

Switch – 25,805 (22,361)
PlayStation 4 – 21,873 (19,095)
New 3DS LL – 12,669 (11,474)
PlayStation 4 Pro – 7,321 (6,585)
PlayStation Vita – 4,403 (4,077)
2DS – 2,311 (2,545)
New 3DS – 740 (710)
Xbox One – 228 (265)
Wii U – 193 (150)
PlayStation 3 – 153 (201)

And the best selling games of the week:

[3DS] Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology 24,596
[NSW] Arms (Nintendo, 06/16/17) – 19,307
[NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 14,423
[PSV] Osomatsu-san: The Game – 11,579
[PS4] Portal Knights – 11,498
[3DS] The Alliance Alive – 10,085
[NSW] The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – 9,144
[3DS] Monster Hunter XX – 6,003
[NSW] LEGO City Undercover – 5,351
[PS4] Grand Theft Auto V – 3,927

Sales of Switch hardware would have been even higher if there was enough supply. Supply is so restricted in Japan that Nintendo recently apologized for the Switch supply issue.



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