Media Create Sales: Week 33, 2017 (Aug 14 - Aug 20)

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Have you played any of the Trails games? Some of them end on cliffhanger, some literally start in the middle of action. 999 does have two sequels, but it's totally competent as a standalone game. Trails in the Sky FC or Cold Steel 1 are not.
Yes, I'm playing them on my GPD Win. Which should be impossible as the last PC game was more than 10 years ago and JP only.
 
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From Okami site (Famitsu/Enterbrain), PSV and Switch first 6 months SW.
Miss latest updated Switch games figures and of course Monster Hunter XX for Switch Ver isn't there yet.

PSV:
http://m.neogaf.com/view.php?img=http://i.imgur.com/mB31S0s.jpg

Switch:
http://m.neogaf.com/view.php?img=http://i.imgur.com/IkKKxiQ.jpg

Essentially Vita had more games but all of them sold very little, at most 100K.
Only Hot Shot Golf sold markedly more than 100K but nothing to write home (180K).
Switch had less games but what is pushing sales are first-party games that are selling big (Monster Hunter XX may join the 200K+ club).
This answers it. Why did it get ignored?

PS Vita 3rd party support in a comparable time frame is vastly more numerous than the Switch. Showing the lack of forward sight from handheld developers to not back up the 3DS succesor.

REPEATING FROM 2 pages ago:

As a console manufacturer and publisher with a game console in such a high demand that sells everything been made. Wouldn't make sense to enforce bundles of the 1st party software that's not moving as much units?

For example, including digital codes of Snipper Clips or 1 2 Switch at a discounted price. This makes the baseline of the console's sale price higher, extra software sales are been made and the games get more exposure. The potential downside is pissing off buyers and retailers, yet these entities are already disapointed because the system shortages.

So from a busyness perespective, is money been left on the table?
 
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There'd be more examples Nintendo side too though under those conditions. HAL, Camelot, Team Maniax at Atlus, Capcom's Ace Attorney team, Sega Sports Design, Valhalla, D4E, Omiyasoft, etc.

Idea Factory hasn't been exclusive for a decade either, they were still doing 3DS and even DS games in 2012.
HAL, Camelot, Omiyasoft, Sega Sports Design and Valhalla have only been exclusive because they've made Nintendo published software only, even then Valhalla is making a PS4/XBO/PC game right now.

Team Maniax's next game is overwhelmingly likely to be multiplatform(just hasn't been confirmed).

Who's D4E?

I stand corrected on Idea Factory, what 3DS game did they make?
 
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Week 35, 2017 (Aug 28 - Sep 3)

new releases

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{2017.08.31}
[PSV] Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon # <RPG> (Koei Tecmo) (¥6.300)
[NSW] Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon # <RPG> (Koei Tecmo) (¥7.300)
[PS4] Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon # <RPG> (Koei Tecmo) (¥7.300)
Multiplatform datapoints incoming, excellent.
 
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HAL, Camelot, Omiyasoft, Sega Sports Design and Valhalla have only been exclusive because they've made Nintendo published software only, even then Valhalla is making a PS4/XBO/PC game right now.

Team Maniax's next game is overwhelmingly likely to be multiplatform(just hasn't been confirmed).

Who's D4E?

I stand corrected on Idea Factory, what 3DS game did they make?
D4 Enterprise. They run Project Egg on PC but also did some work on Wii and Wii U VC as well as Snapdots for Nintendo.

IF's 3DS game was Hakuouki. I think they're pretty likely to support Switch too honestly.
 
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D4 Enterprise. They run Project Egg on PC but also did some work on Wii and Wii U VC as well as Snapdots for Nintendo.

IF's 3DS game was Hakuouki. I think they're pretty likely to support Switch too honestly.
Oh that's quite interesting(about D4E).

One of the guys from IF did express interest in Switch at least.
 

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This answers it. Why did it get ignored?

PS Vita 3rd party support in a comparable time frame is vastly more numerous than the Switch. Showing the lack of forward sight from handheld developers to not back up the 3DS succesor.

REPEATING FROM 2 pages ago:

As a console manufacturer and publisher with a game console in such a high demand that sells everything been made. Wouldn't make sense to enforce bundles of the 1st party software that's not moving as much units?

For example, including digital codes of Snipper Clips or 1 2 Switch at a discounted price. This makes the baseline of the console's sale price higher, extra software sales are been made and the games get more exposure. The potential downside is pissing off buyers and retailers, yet these entities are already disapointed because the system shortages.

So from a busyness perespective, is money been left on the table?

Wait
So

It is a fact that, with a tali number was, that Vita support has been way higher than the Switch one, and still when someone doubts the or doubt Ted Switch third party support is attacked as if he's crazy?

BTW to reply to your question. Exactly because of this I would be due the few I t wresting third party games more than 1 2 Switch imho
 
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I am getting confused, the stream of logic of this discussion feels like its getting tangled. This discussion has gone from PS4 vs. Switch for their respective first year support to Vita vs. Switch for their respective first year support.

At this rate, I expect us to start comparing the Switch to the GameBoy.
 

schuelma

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Wait
So

It is a fact that, with a tali number was, that Vita support has been way higher than the Switch one, and still when someone doubts the or doubt Ted Switch third party support is attacked as if he's crazy?
Vita had a good first year of support, and its launch lineup especially was a lot more substantial than Switch.

If you want to use that comparison to support your proposition that Switch 3rd party support isn't trending well, you also have to do the same comparison with PS4 first year..and then where are you?
 
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Developers/Publishers like Falcom and Idea Factory have been PS-exclusive for a decade or so and depending on how much you want to break it down you have developers within publishers like the Yakuza team. Shift(God Eater/Freedom Wars) has only ever made on non-PS game back in 2010(it was Nintendo published too). There are quite a lot of examples.
The fact that you have to split it up to individual teams in order to pump up your examples is telling. The biggest games from the Vita last year for example already have their publishers working on Switch stuff. There are obviously going to be studios that work on PS4 only stuff, but at the same we will see multiplat games.
Wait
So

It is a fact that, with a tali number was, that Vita support has been way higher than the Switch one, and still when someone doubts the or doubt Ted Switch third party support is attacked as if he's crazy?

BTW to reply to your question. Exactly because of this I would be due the few I t wresting third party games more than 1 2 Switch imho
Disagreeing with you = unfairly attacked.
 
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Dengeki Online Sales: Week 33, 2017 (Aug 14 - Aug 20)

01./01. [3DS] Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age (Square Enix) {2017.07.29} - 78,483 / 1,645,565
02./02. [NSW] Splatoon 2 (Nintendo) {2017.07.21} - 64,409 / 988,001
03./04. [PS4] Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age (Square Enix) {2017.07.29} - 53,127 / 1,280,334
04./03. [3DS] The Snack World: TreJarers (Level 5) {2017.08.10} - 33,841 / 119,046
05./06. [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo) {2017.04.28} - 14,783 / 691,419
06./00. [PS4] Dragon Quest X: All in One Package (Square Enix) {2017.08.17} - 13,893 / NEW
07./05. [PS4] Hitman: The Complete First Season (Square Enix) {2017.08.10} - 7,918 / 25,629
08./10. [3DS] Hey! Pikmin (Nintendo) {2017.07.13} - 7,256 / 130,660
09./11. [NSW] ARMS (Nintendo) {2017.06.16} - 6,911 / 210,509
10./08. [PS4] Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (Sony Interactive Entertainment) {2017.08.03} - 6,631 / 38,447
11./09. [3DS] Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire's Conspiracy (Level 5) {2017.07.20} - 6,467 / 123,596
12./07. [3DS] Great Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 2 - Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Kakugo (Capcom) {2017.08.03} - 6,045 / 77,453
13./15. [3DS] Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo (Nintendo) {2016.11.23} - 5,494 / 204,429
14./13. [3DS] Sumikko Gurashi: Koko, Dokonan Desu? (Nippon Columbia) {2017.07.20} - 5,094 / 42,180
15./14. [NSW] The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo) {2017.03.03} - 4,694 / 537,864
16./16. [PS4] Final Fantasy XV (Square Enix) {2016.11.29} - 4,456 / 995,118
17./00. [PS4] Dragon's Dogma Online: Season 3 (Capcom) {2017.08.17} - 4,441 / NEW
18./17. [3DS] Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X (Bandai Namco Games) {2017.04.27} - 3,639 / 190,919
19./19. [3DS] Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS (Nintendo) {2016.12.01} - 3,322 / 1,094,467
20./12. [PS4] Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 (Capcom) {2017.08.10} - 3,200 / 9,409
21./20. [PS4] Minecraft: Playstation 4 Edition (Sony Interactive Entertainment) {2015.12.03} - 3,156 / 239,604
22./22. [PSV] Minecraft: Playstation Vita Edition (Sony Interactive Entertainment) {2015.03.19} - 2,985 / 1,123,478
23./18. [NSW] 1-2-Switch (Nintendo) {2017.03.03} - 2,928 / 260,565
24./23. [3DS] Mario Kart 7 (Nintendo) {2011.12.01} - 2,878 / 2,661,572
25./24. [3DS] Pokemon Sun (Pokemon Co.) {2016.11.18} - 2,567 / 1,728,601
26./27. [3DS] Pokemon Moon (Pokemon Co.) {2016.11.18} - 2,489 / 1,584,594
27./30. [PS4] Grand Theft Auto V (Take-Two Interactive Japan) {2015.10.08} - 2,356 / 301,449
28./25. [3DS] Yo-Kai Watch 3: Sukiyaki (Level 5) {2016.12.15} - 2,261 / 784,853
29./26. [3DS] Monster Hunter Double Cross (Capcom) {2017.03.18} - 2,211 / 1,634,443
30./21. [PS4] Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (Square Enix) {2017.07.13} - 2,183 / 135,677
31./28. [PS4] NieR Automata (Square Enix) {2017.02.23} - 2,172 / 348,376
32./36. [PS4] Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Game of the Year Edition (Sony Interactive Entertainment) {2017.06.29} - 2,161 / 17,523
33./29. [3DS] Mario Sports Superstars (Nintendo) {2017.03.30} - 1,989 / 118,688
34./32. [PS4] Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered (Sony Interactive Entertainment) {2017.07.27} - 1,950 / 12,162
35./33. [3DS] Pro Baseball Famista Climax (Bandai Namco Games) {2017.04.20} - 1,944 / 96,328
36./31. [3DS] Kirby: Planet Robobot (Nintendo) {2016.04.28} - 1,806 / 542,283
37./41. [WIU] Minecraft: Wii U Edition (Microsoft Game Studios) {2016.06.23} - 1,733 / 325,456
38./35. [3DS] Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 3 (Square Enix) {2016.03.24} - 1,678 / 680,936
39./34. [3DS] Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (Nintendo) {2014.09.13} - 1,633 / 2,434,886
40./46. [3DS] Tomodachi Life [Nintendo Selects] (Nintendo) {2016.03.17} - 1,522 / 115,858
41./38. [3DS] Miitopia (Nintendo) {2016.12.08} - 1,489 / 232,321
42./57. [PS4] Resident Evil 7: biohazard (Capcom) {2017.01.26} - 1,461 / 334,773
43./37. [NSW] Super Bomberman R (Konami) {2017.03.03} - 1,394 / 111,332
44./39. [PS4] Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege (Ubisoft) {2015.12.10} - 1,378 / 223,932
45./53. [3DS] Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King (Square Enix) {2015.08.27} - 1,289 / 950,892
46./51. [3DS] Cube Creator DX (Arc System Works) {2017.04.27} - 1,278 / 29,945
47./75. [PS4] PlayStation VR WORLDS (Sony Interactive Entertainment) {2016.10.13} - 1,228 / 39,263
48./49. [PS4] Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Sega) {2016.12.08} - 1,211 / 370,907
49./42. [PS4] Gundam Versus (Bandai Namco Games) {2017.07.06} - 1,144 / 153,400
50./48. [3DS] Ever Oasis (Nintendo) {2017.07.13} - 1,133 / 27,344

SOFTWARE
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| Model | This Week | Week(%)  | FY 2017     | FY(%)   |
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| 3DS   | 224,622   | 43.8%    | 4,286,615   | 40.1%   |
| PS4   | 152,558   | 29.8%    | 3,186,090   | 29.8%   |
| Switch| 100,838   | 19.7%    | 2,386,841   | 22.3%   |
| Vita  | 24,084    | 4.7%     | 607,897     | 5.7%    |
| Wii U | 6,557     | 1.3%     | 164,360     | 1.5%    |
| PS3   | 3,792     | 0.7%     | 64,382      | 0.6%    |
| X One | 194       | 0.0%     | 6,339       | 0.1%    |
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| Total | 512,645   | 100.0%   | 10,702,524  | 100.0%  |
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HARDWARE
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| Model | This Week | Week(%)  | FY 2017     | FY(%)   |
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| Switch| 43,592    | 35.4%    | 893,971     | 39.6%   |
| PS4   | 35,451    | 28.8%    | 587,427     | 26.0%   |
| 2DS   | 23,380    | 19.0%    | 316,495     | 14.0%   |
| 3DS   | 15,118    | 12.3%    | 350,302     | 15.5%   |
| Vita  | 5,270     | 4.3%     | 99,309      | 4.4%    |
| PS3   | 121       | 0.1%     | 6,126       | 0.3%    |
| Wii U | 109       | 0.1%     | 3,484       | 0.2%    |
| X One | 100       | 0.1%     | 1,779       | 0.1%    |
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| Total | 123,141   | 100.0%   | 2,258,893   | 100.0%  |
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Dengeki Online Sales: Week 32, 2017 (Aug 07 - Aug 13)

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I am getting confused, the stream of logic of this discussion feels like its getting tangled. This discussion has gone from PS4 vs. Switch for their respective first year support to Vita vs. Switch for their respective first year support.

At this rate, I expect us to start comparing the Switch to the GameBoy.
I am more confused why it matters exactly which of PS4, Vita or Switch get the most 3rd party support.

If switch at least get some filler games between Nintendos own games it will do fine. So far it seems like more and more 3 rd party games are announced. Indicating to me that long software droughts should not be to common.
 
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I am getting confused, the stream of logic of this discussion feels like its getting tangled. This discussion has gone from PS4 vs. Switch for their respective first year support to Vita vs. Switch for their respective first year support.

At this rate, I expect us to start comparing the Switch to the GameBoy.
I think the two points that get tangled up are Switch's general third party support and Switch's support in regards to absorbing Vita's support/audience.

The fact that you have to split it up to individual teams in order to pump up your examples is telling. The biggest games from the Vita last year for example already have their publishers working on Switch stuff. There are obviously going to be studios that work on PS4 only stuff, but at the same we will see multiplat games.

Disagreeing with you = unfairly attacked.
I'm not pumping up my examples at all, because there's no need to. There's a lot more exclusive support for PS platforms. Like Idea Factory, Nippon Ichi developed a single 3DS game in 2011 but it would be somewhat inaccurate to describe them as a multiplatform developer last generation. How many examples of the reverse is there?

As to the bolded: Okay so we'll see PS4 exclusives, and multiplatform games but will we see Switch exclusives?
 
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Nipon Ichi's probably a bad example for "missing support" or "PS exclusive" since we know from Ani that that's unlikely to remain the case in any capacity, and NISA's gone ham in the west with regards to the Switch.
 
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It's already clear that the Switch will be the dominant platform for the next few years. Has the best-selling platform in a generation ever struggled with third-party support? I would assume no, so this discussion isn't really going anywhere. Comparisons to Vita are ???
 

schuelma

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It's already clear that the Switch will be the dominant platform for the next few years. Has the best-selling platform in a generation ever struggled with third-party support? I would assume no, so this discussion isn't really going anywhere. Comparisons to Vita are ???
Wii didn't get amazing support. But it had a lot more competition than Switch has.
 
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Nipon Ichi's probably a bad example for "missing support" or "PS exclusive" since we know from Ani that that's unlikely to remain the case in any capacity, and NISA's gone ham in the west with regards to the Switch.
That's actually why I used them as example. NIS technically wasn't PS Exclusive last generation because of that one 3DS game but then it's clearly a different scenario from now when they put their flagship brand front and center. Know what I mean?

EDIT: @Above: 3DS support was far from bad but quite poor considering how much it dominated IMO.
 
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I think the two points that get tangled up are Switch's general third party support and Switch's support in regards to absorbing Vita's support/audience.



I'm not pumping up my examples at all, because there's no need to. There's a lot more exclusive support for PS platforms. Like Idea Factory, Nippon Ichi developed a single 3DS game in 2011 but it would be somewhat inaccurate to describe them as a multiplatform developer last generation. How many examples of the reverse is there?

As to the bolded: Okay so we'll see PS4 exclusives, and multiplatform games but will we see Switch exclusives?
There will always be some exclusives, but personally I would say the Switch getting support and trending in a positive direction is much more important. We'll see what devs reveal for the device going forward given it's success so far.
 
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Nintendo may get as big as they want, but Sony is a multimedia company and they're using that to their advantage in terms of third-party games, too. Games based on certain anime properties will probably always keep being made exclusively for PlayStation platforms. The Sword Art Online anime for example is made by A-1 Pictures (a subsidiary of Aniplex) and produced/financed by Aniplex (a subsidiary of Sony Music Ent.), and its music and theme songs are all property of Sony Music Ent. (a subsidiary of Sony, just like PlayStation). Kind of obvious that Sony wants games based on such series on their own gaming platforms.
 
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Nintendo may get as big as they want, but Sony is a multimedia company and they're using that to their advantage in terms of third-party games, too. Games based on certain anime properties will probably always keep being made exclusively for PlayStation platforms. The Sword Art Online anime for example is made by A-1 Pictures (a subsidiary of Aniplex) and produced/financed by Aniplex (a subsidiary of Sony Music Ent.), and its music and theme songs are all property of Sony Music Ent. (a subsidiary of Sony, just like PlayStation). Kind of obvious that Sony wants games based on such series on their own gaming platforms.
The new SAO game is on both Xbox One and PC
 
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Nintendo may get as big as they want, but Sony is a multimedia company and they're using that to their advantage in terms of third-party games, too. Games based on certain anime properties will probably always keep being made exclusively for PlayStation platforms. The Sword Art Online anime for example is made by A-1 Pictures (a subsidiary of Aniplex) and produced/financed by Aniplex (a subsidiary of Sony Music Ent.), and its music and theme songs are all property of Sony Music Ent. (a subsidiary of Sony, just like PlayStation). Kind of obvious that Sony wants games based on such series on their own gaming platforms.
Sony music also handled the music for XCX (I think) they dont' usually take advantage of their subsidiaries like that. A lot of Sony Pictures movies got games exclusively on Nintendo, for example (Smurfs and stuff like that)
 
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  1. [SWI] Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch ver. - 112
  2. [3DS] Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age - 66
  3. [PS4] Megadimension Neptunia VIIR - 39
  4. [PS4] Shin Yomawari - 29
  5. [PS4] Megadimension Neptunia VIIR (Memorial Edition) - 26
  6. [SWI] Splatoon 2 - 26
  7. [3DS] The Snack World: TreJarers - 26
  8. [PSV] Shin Yomawari - 22
  9. [PS4] Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age - 19
  10. [SWI] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - 19
  11. [3DS] Great Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 2 - Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Kakugo - 12
  12. [3DS] Sumikko Gurashi: Koko, Dokonan Desu? - 11
  13. [SWI] The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - 10
  14. [3DS] Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo - 10
  15. [PS4] Shin Yomawari (Limited Edition) - 9
  16. [3DS] Hey! Pikmin - 9
  17. [PS4] The Lost Child - 8
  18. [PS4] Tekken 7 - 8
  19. [PS4] Grand Theft Auto V [New Price Edition] - 8
  20. [PS4] One Piece: Unlimited World R - Deluxe Edition- 7
Preorders
[PS4] Gran Turismo Sport - 94
[PS4] New Everybody's Golf - 67
[3DS] Etrian Mystery Dungeon 2 - 51
[PS4] Sen no Kiseki 3 - 45
[PS4] Nights of Azure 2 - 44
[PSV] Nights of Azure 2 - 29
[3DS] Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux - 22
[PS4] Ark: Survival Evolved - 21
[PS4] Destiny 2 - 18
[PS4] The Evil Within 2 - 16
[SWI] Pokken Tournament DX - 16
[PS4] Winning Eleven 2018 - 16
[PS4] Call of Duty: WWII - 16
[PS4] Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone DX - 14
[SWI] Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for Nintendo Switch - 13
 
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At least Nintendo did the best from its part to help MHXX.

They preferred to live Japan during Obon without stock in order to ship more next week.
If Nintendo held back shipment from last week, what is expected for Switch hardware sales next week (this week)? They usually ship ~20k when theres "no stock". How many MHXX bundles are being produced? 20k-30k like usual or even more like we saw with MH3G for WiiU? But if its normal, then its about 50k.

How much do people think it would sell?
 

schuelma

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If Nintendo held back shipment from last week, what is expected for Switch hardware sales next week (this week)? They usually ship ~20k when theres "no stock". How many MHXX bundles are being produced? 20k-30k like usual or even more like we saw with MH3G for WiiU? But if its normal, then its about 50k.

How much do people think it would sell?
We don't know how many bundles were made- if I had to guess I would say 30-40K but that is a total guess. But the normal console and Splatoon 2 bundle anecdotally saw big shipments this week as well.
 
Mar 22, 2007
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DQXI for PS4 really dropped, no? All the way down to MK8D levels.
Not just PS4, but 3DS too. Heres the last weeks COMG numbers:

[3DS] Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age - 181
[PS4] Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age - 71

Bigger drop for 3DS (115 VS 52).


We don't know how many bundles were made- if I had to guess I would say 30-40K but that is a total guess. But the normal console and Splatoon 2 bundle anecdotally saw big shipments this week as well.
So maybe 80k to 100k?
 
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Yeah, which is kind of surprising to me tbh. But my point was that series they handle anime and other kinds of media/merchandise for are most likely to skip Nintendo platforms, because Sony most likely has influence on what platforms those games will release on.
Sony is a multiplex conglomerate made of multiple subsidiaries each with its own Chairman and CEO responsible for driving profit and growth for their division irrespective of what other divisions are doing.
 

schuelma

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So what do we say, about 80k for MHXX?

Plus whatever it sold through bundles and digitally?

nnnn I can see people buying the bundle and selling the game, lmfao. It's going to be ugly.
Depends on how many bundles. I think 125K range seems about right. Maybe a bit less. Maybe more.