Nintendo’s friendship simulator crosses 1 million units sold.
While Atlus’s Shin Megami Tensei IV had a strong start, it ultimately fell this week to Nintendo’s Tomodachi Collection: New Life, which has reclaimed the top spot in Japan with 59,104 units sold to cross 1 million units sold in its lifetime according to the latest Media Create Sales charts via Gematsu.
This doesn’t mean that the Shin Megami Tensei IV and Resident Evil: Revelations didn’t have strong showings though. In fact, the latter is in the second position this week with the PS3 version selling 32,193 units for a total of 134,866 lifetime sales. Atlus’s RPG on the other hand sold 30,424 units and is in second place with 218,987 units sold in its lifetime.
Kamen Rider: Battride War and Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon brought up the fourth and fifth places respectively, with the former selling 20,076 units and the latter averaging 19,649 units (bringing its lifetime sales at just above 750,000 units).
Despite the Nintendo 3DS XL seeing a bit of a slump since last week, it still remains on top in Japan.