FromSoftware's stealth-action title smashes sales charts in debut week.
Ubisoft's open world looter shooter sells over 60k copies in debut week.
Over 100k Devil Triggers were pulled in Japan last week.
Nintendo’s Switch could stick around longer than most of their consoles do.
Neither of them sold too many units, though.
BioWare's looter shooter surprisingly tops Japanese sales charts in debut week.
Catherine: Full Body, Metro Exodus, and Far Cry New Dawn also chart in the top 10.
Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Resident Evil 2, and Pokemon Let's Go continue to perform as well.
Meanwhile, the Nintendo Switch is back to being the bestselling console after last week's blip.
Kingdom Hearts 3 sells over 600,000 units, while Resident Evil 2 crosses 250,000 sales.
The PS4 remaster of Yakuza 4 also debuts in the top 5.
Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition also sees a strong debut.
The top 5 remains unchanged from the preceding week's sales.
Dragon Quest Builders 2, meanwhile, had a reasonably strong debut as well.
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Meanwhile, the Switch and PS4 both continued to sell impressively following last week's surges.
Nintendo's latest fighter sold over 1.2 million units in just two days.
Persona Q2 launched well, but it clearly suffered from the declining interest in the 3DS.
The Nintendo Switch once again sold over 100k units last week.
Battlefield 5 debuts in second place, while Fallout 76 sees a significant drop.
Pokemon Let’s Go does its job, and drives Nintendo Switch hardware sales to the extreme.