December 2013 NPD: lifetime sales for Wii U and 3DS titles

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2 months ago by (@NE_Brian)
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Thanks to the latest leaks from the latest NPD report, we have lifetime sales figures for a number of Wii U and 3DS titles in the US. Games include Super Mario 3D World, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, The Wonderful 101, Pokemon X/Y, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Shin Megami Tensei IV, and more.

The full set is as follows:

Wii U

Super Mario 3D World – 570K
LEGO City: Undercover – 242K
Pikmin 3 – 210K
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – 93K
Rayman Legends – 88K
Sonic Lost World – 82K
The Wonderful 101 – 49K
Game & Wario – 36K
Resident Evil: Revelations – 16K

3DS

Pokemon X – 1.63M
Pokemon Y – 1.54M
Luigi’s Mansion 2: Dark Moon >1M
Animal Crossing: New Leaf – 910K
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team – 472K
Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D – 386K
Fire Emblem: Awakening – 370K
LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins – 365K
Mario Party: Island Tour – 252k
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – 224K
Sonic Lost Worlds – 97k
Shin Megami Tensei IV – 96K
Project X Zone – 87K
Rune Factory 4 – 47k
Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers – 36K
Etrian Odyssey IV – 36K
Brain Age: Concentration Training – 26K

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  • D2K

    Considering that the Wii U install base in America is about half the total Wii U install base (4-5 million) selling 570,000 units of a AAA Super Mario title is not very good. Not good at all. That’s only roughly 1/4 of the total US install base.

    • PattonFiend

      Don’t blame me. I bought mine. Just bought AC:IV at GameStop today as well for $29.99, brand new, sealed in the packaging. I’m eating a sandwich right now, then I am going to play it. :D Yeaaaaah buddy.

      • Ben

        Funny, I was also thinking about having a sandwich. I’m gonna go make one right now.

      • Dennis Crosby

        At least your buying them its alot of owners that don’t buy games at all

    • ronin4life

      In just about 2 months it managed that much. And it could still keep on like most Marios have.
      But no, it isn’t very good at all.

    • Daniel Gurfinkiel

      “Only?” That’s a 25% attach rate, which is pretty damn high for any game from any company.

  • Rowdy

    I am glad to see Lego City: Undercover at almost a 1/4 million sales. It was quite a fun game!

    • igotworms

      Haha! I agree with you lego city was one of my first games besides zombie u. It was a great game and the first actual console game my gf played for more than a few days. When I saw the lego movie trailer I thought “lego undercover and flying down from space!.”

  • gimmegimmekevin

    The worst part is aside from maybe New Super Mario Bros U and maybe Mario 3D World, it will be impossible with these software sales for Nintendo to even break even on a lot of first party development. Pikmin 3 years ago would’ve at least pushed 1-2 million.

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