Nintendo mentioned a couple million sellers for fiscal year 2013 so far in their third quarter earnings report, but have now produced a full version of this list. The results of this list include the aforementioned games as well as a few new surprising million sellers. One of these surprises includes Mario Kart Wii moving 1 million units despite it releasing six years ago.

You can view the complete list with lifetime and quarterly sales numbers for the nine months ended in December 2013, descending from highest selling below.

Nintendo 3DS [Followed by Lifetime]

  • Pokémon X/Pokémon Y — 11.61 million (of which 4.34 and 7.27 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively)
  • Animal Crossing: New Leaf — 3.52 million (of which 0.73 and 2.79 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively) [7.38 million lifetime]
  • Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon — 2.57 million (of which 0.65 and 1.92 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively) [3.79 million lifetime]
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds — 2.18 million (of which 0.33 and 1.85 come from Japan and overseas, respectively)
  • Mario & Luigi: Dream Team — 2 million (of which 0.47 and 1.54 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively)
  • Tomodachi Collection — 1.82 million (Japan only)
  • Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D — 1.43 million (of which 0.35 and 1.08 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively)
  • Mario Kart 7 — 1.27 million (of which 0.26 and 1.01 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively) [9.35 million lifetime]
  • New Super Mario Bros. 2 — 1.21 million (of which 0.24 and 0.98 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively [7.63 million lifetime]
  • LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins — 1.11 million (Overseas only)

Wii [Followed by Lifetime]

  • Mario Kart Wii — 1 million sales (of which 0.07 and 0.93 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively [35.26 million lifetime]

Wii U [Followed by Lifetime]

  • Super Mario 3D World — 1.94 million (of which 0.59 and 1.35 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U — 1.74 million (of which 0.62 and 1.12 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively) [3.89 million lifetime]
  • New Super Luigi U — 1.51 million (of which 0.14 and 1.38 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively)
  • Wii Party U — 1.24 million (of which 0.75 and 0.50 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively)
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD — 1.15 million (of which 0.09 and 1.06 million come from Japan and overseas, respectively)

These sales figures include both digital and packaged sales figures as well as all software and hardware bundles. Chances are that the Nintendo Land with Luigi Wii Remote PlusWii Party U Basic Pack, and Mario & Luigi Premium Pack, and other bundles helped to make the sales figures what they are.

Written by Omar Taylor

Omar Taylor

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