Meanwhile, Octopath sees a sharp drop on the software charts.
It's utter Nintendomination in the Japanese sales charts this week.
In the end, none of it makes any difference to consumers whatsoever.
The Japanese games trade show is already primed to be the biggest one yet.
Switch's total stranglehold on the hardware and software charts continues.
Switch hardware and software continues to perform strongly, as PS4 continues to suffer a decline.
Nintendo Switch has another strong week in Japan on the back of multiple new releases.
Splatoon 2 tops software charts.
Sushi Strikers didn't do as well...
It becomes the first game in the series since Ocarina of Time to cross this milestone.
BlazBlue sees extremely poor debut, while Detroit shows very strong legs.
Persona 3 and Persona 5 Dancing fail to crack the top spot, however.
Nintendo games continue to leg it out, too.
Vita means life... in Japan, at least.
A rather depressing week on the whole.
PS4 and God of War have strong showings as well.
Thankfully, it sounds like they have...
God of War and Switch games have incredible holds.
Okay Mr. Spencer, you have my attention.
Things are slowing down in Japan.