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According to Sensor Tower, Dr. Mario World generated an estimated $1.4 million in player in its first month. That was accomplished with roughly 7.5 million installs.

Compared to Nintendo’s other mobile titles, Dr. Mario World ranks fifth in terms of first-month revenue and fourth when it comes to downloads. It is also fifth as far as revenue per install goes at $0.19.

This week’s UK software sales are as follows:

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Gfk Entertainment has provided new data regarding European gaming sales this year. Specifically, countries tracked include Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain and the UK.

The report indicates that New Super Mario Bro. U Deluxe and FIFA 19 are the best-selling physical games in Europe so far in 2019. FIFA 19 had the edge in Denmark, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the UK whereas Nintendo’s platformer sold more in Austria, France, Germany, and Switzerland.

GfK also says that Minecraft and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe placed at the fifth and third spots respectively.

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This week’s expanded Japanese software sales are as follows:

1. [NSW] Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo, 06/28/19) – 36,486 (454,569)
2. [NSW] Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Limited Edition Included) (Nintendo, 07/26/19) – 35,804 (178,934)
3. [NSW] Tsuri Spirits Nintendo Switch Version (Bandai Namco, 07/25/19) – 23,924 (71,624)
4. [PS4] Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2019 (Konami, 07/18/19) – 14,371 (216,894)
5. [NSW] Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo, 12/07/18) – 9,947 (3,185,421)
6. [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo, 04/28/17) – 8,994 (2,389,407)
7. [NSW] Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: The Official Video Game (Sega, 07/25/19) – 8,311 (17,736)
8. [NSW] Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition (Bundle Version Included) (Microsoft, 06/21/18) – 7,634 (867,243)
9. [NSW] Omega Labyrinth Life (D3 Publisher, 08/01/19) – 6,643 (New)
10. [NSW] Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu (Konami, 06/27/19) – 6,339 (128,530)

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Famitsu are as follows:

This week’s UK software sales are as follows:

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In its first week, Fire Emblem: Three Houses sold a little over 150,000 copies in Japan. Dengeki now reports that it managed to sell through 80 percent of its initial shipment, which is quite high.

Based on the data and information we have so far, it’s no surprise to hear that Fire Emblem: Three Houses is off to a strong start. Dengeki emphasizes this by comparing the Switch title to a couple of previous console entries. Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance sold 99,800 copies in its first week and 169,000 copies in total. Meanwhile, Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn sold 89,000 units in its first week before going on to sell 183,000 units overall.

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It’s been made pretty clear that Fire Emblem: Three Houses is doing very well in the UK thus far. Further backing that up is an interesting sales tidbit. At launch, Fire Emblem: Three Houses sold around 15 times higher than Radiant Dawn, a previous console entry in the series.

We had also heard a few days ago that Fire Emblem: Three Houses topped the charts in its first week. It sold almost double the launch sales of Fire Emblem Awakening, and more than double the combined sales of the Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright / Conquest.

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The Spanish numbers are here and Three Houses managed to sell about 2.5x times more than Fates on its first week.

Debut Spanish sales are in for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. In its first week, the game managed to sell 19,500 copies. While that may not seem like much, Fire Emblem Fates sold just 8,000 units. That means Three Houses sold 2.5 times more than the 3DS entry.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses currently holds the sixth biggest opening of the year in Spain. It’s above some big games such as The Division 2, Mortal Kombat 11, and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

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NPD’s Mat Piscatella has shared a new wave of data from the NPD. Yesterday, a listing was published of the top ten best-selling horror games of all time in the United States. Unsurprisingly, there’s a whole lot of Resident Evil.

Here’s the full list:

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