Famitsu: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Continues #1 Reign

Every Thursday we share the weekly Famitsu sales charts, which tracks physical boxed game sales and hardware sales in Japan. This week’s chart covers May 27 – June 2, as Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door takes the top spot once again with another 34,000 copies sold. This brings the total physical sales in Japan to almost 150,000 in just two weeks. 

The rest of the chart is made up of mostly evergreen Nintendo Switch titles, along with Stellar Blade on PS5 at #5, which is less than 1,000 units away from reaching the 100,000 sales mark. Debuting at #7 is a brand new detective game called Tokyo Psychodemic from developers Gravity Game Arise, with over 3,000 sales earning it a spot amongst the top 10 on its release.

Paper Mario TTYD Switch Screenshot
After a flying start, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door continues its top spot run.

Here’s the full Famitsu software sales chart for May 27 – June 2. Missed our last report where Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door had its debut? Check out the last Famitsu chart right here!

  1. Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Switch): 34,004 [149,653 total]
  2. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Switch): 6,233 [5,854,621 total]
  3. Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Switch): 5,730 [7,782,759 total]
  4. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Switch): 4,012 [5,517,834 total]
  5. Stellar Blade (PS5): 3,958 [99,380 total]
  6. Minecraft (Switch): 3,846 [3,534,625 total]
  7. Tokyo Psychodemic (Switch): 3,768 [new]
  8. Ring Fit Adventure (Switch): 3,334 [3,578,646 total]
  9. Super Mario Bros. Wonder (Switch): 3,323 [1,863,041 total]
  10. Splatoon 3 (Switch): 3,277 [4,308,115 total]

Here’s the Famitsu hardware chart too. Console families are grouped together for simplicity.

  1. Switch: 48,988 [1,214,065 yearly total]
  2. PS5: 22,547 [696,452 yearly total]
  3. Xbox Series: 3,248 [54,229 yearly total]

Did you pick up any of the games on the Famitsu chart this week? Let us know in the comments below, and keep your eyes on GameLuster for more breaking gaming news.

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