Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Surpasses 2 Million Units Sold

Great news for Crash Bandicoot; the new N. Sane Trilogy game that was released for the PS4 has already moved over 2 million units sold at retail. This news comes from the good guys over at VGChartz. The website also states that the game had sold best in Europe with 1,141,964 units sold (56%), compared to 514,617 units sold in the US (25%) and 27,321 units in Japan (1%). Looking more closely at Europe, the game had sold an estimated 287,509 units in the UK, 161,700 units in Germany, and 134,170 units in France.

Positive news for the old platforming Bandicoot. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was released for the PlayStation 4 back on June 30.

NINTENDO – UPDATED FIRST-PARTY MILLION SELLERS LIST

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Nintendo has updated its first party million sellers list and you can check them out below. I would like to point out that Splatoon, Nintendo all new IP, has already made the list despite only being out for a couple of months. Also- it seems like Pokémon and Animal Crossing are stronger than ever!

Take a look below:

Mario Kart 8 – 5.43 million pcs.
Nintendo Land – 4.88 million pcs.
New Super Mario Bros. U – 4.84 million pcs.
Super Mario 3D World – 4.30 million pcs.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U – 3.83 million pcs.
New Super Luigi U – 2.26 million pcs.
Splatoon – 1.62 million pcs.
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD – 1.57 million pcs.
Wii Party U – 1.57 million pcs.
Pokémon X/Pokémon Y – 13.99 million pcs.
Mario Kart 7 – 11.92 million pcs.
Pokémon Omega Ruby/Pokémon Alpha Sapphire – 10.27 million pcs.
SUPER MARIO 3D LAND – 10.10 million pcs.
New Super Mario Bros. 2 – 9.30 million pcs.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf – 9.17 million pcs.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS – 7.04 million pcs.
Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon – 4.54 million pcs.
Tomodachi Life – 4.30 million pcs.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D – 3.77 million pcs.

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New 3DS Sales Update

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The New Nintendo 3DS and New Nintendo 3DS XL have kicked off sales with healthy numbers during its first two days on sale. The Nintendo handhelds have sold approximately 335,000 units across the U.S and Europe, according to Nintendo’s financial results briefing published today. Roughly 175k of the New Nintendo 3DS XL were sold in the U.S, while Europe tallied around 160k in sales from both models.

Nintendo has to be pleased with these numbers and we are eager to hear more. Did you get a New 3DS system?