A Link Between Worlds falls to fourth place.
Nintendo’s Kirby Triple Deluxe debuted in Japan on the 3DS for the week between January 6th to 12th and managed to net the top spot. It sold 214,208 units according to the latest charts from Media Create.
Puzzle & Dragons Z meanwhile sold 52,880 units for a lifetime total of 1,216,421 units, as Pokemon X/Y remained at third and inched ever closer to the 4 million mark with 34,179 units sold this week. Zelda: A Link Between Worlds managed to sell 26,286 units, which is fairly lower than its debut total, and managed a lifetime total of 323,502 units.
Monster Hunter 4 sold 19,497 units with lifetime sales of 3,179,551, while Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster on the PS3 sold 16,286 units for a lifetime total of 241,733 units. The Vita version fared worse with 12,237 units sold for a lifetime total of 194,407 units. Super Mario 3D World managed to remain in the charts with 13,079 units sold this week but the lifetime total of 452,521 units still looks kind of sad.
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