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Best selling games and franchises developed or published by Nintendo.
Nintendo consoles worldwide

Worldwide shipments (Garaph)

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Nintendo hardware sales figures

ConsolesEdit

Best selling gamesEdit

Sales data from Best selling games worldwide and individual franchise articles

  1. Wii Sports (Wii – 82.83 million)
  2. Super Mario Bros. (NES/GBA – 42.51 million)
  3. Mario Kart Wii (Wii – 37.02 million)
  4. Wii Sports Resort (Wii – 33.06 million)
  5. Pokémon Red/Green/Blue (GB – 31.38 million)
  6. New Super Mario Bros. (DS – 30.80 million) 
  7. New Super Mario Bros. Wii  (30.11 million) 
  8. Tetris (Game Boy – 30 million)
  9. Wii Play (Wii – 28.02 million)
  10. Duck Hunt (NES - 28 million)
  11. Nintendogs (DS – 23.96 million)
  12. Mario Kart DS (DS – 23.60 million)
  13. Pokémon Gold/Silver(GBC – 23.10 million)
  14. Wii Fit (Wii - 22.67 million)
  15. Wii Fit Plus (Wii - 21.13 million)
  16. Super Mario World (SNES – 20.61 million)
  17. Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! (DS – 19.01 million)
  18. Super Mario Land (Game Boy – 18.14 million)
  19. Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES – 18 million)[1]
  20. Pokémon Diamond/Pearl (DS – 17.67 million)
  21. Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire (GBA - 16.22 million)
  22. Pokémon X & Y (3DS – 16.20 million)
  23. Mario Kart 7 (3DS – 15.95 million)
  24. Pokémon Sun & Moon (3DS – 15.91 million)
  25. Pokémon Black and White (DS – 15.64 million)
  26. Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day! (DS – 14.88 million)
  27. Pokémon Yellow (GB - 14.64 million)
  28. Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire (3DS - 13.79million )
  29. Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii - 13.25 million)
  30. Super Mario All-Stars (SNES/Wii - 12.79 million)
  31. Super Mario Galaxy (Wii - 12.76 million)
  32. Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver (DS - 12.72 million)
  33. Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen (GBA - 12.00 million)
  34. Super Mario 64 (N64 – 11.91 million)[2]
  35. Animal Crossing: Wild World (DS – 11.75 million)
  36. New Super Mario Bros. 2 (3DS – 11.73 million)
  37. Super Mario 3D Land (3DS – 11.40 million)
  38. Animal Crossing: New Leaf (3DS – 11.23 million)
  39. Super Mario Land 2 (GB – 11.18 million)
  40. Super Mario 64 DS (DS – 11.06 million)
  41. Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES – 10 million)[3]

FranchisesEdit

Sales data from Best selling game franchises

  1. Mario (564.86 million)
  2. Pokémon (294.69 million)
  3. Wii Series (202.91 million)
  4. The Legend of Zelda (84.92 million)
  5. Donkey Kong (56.1 million)
  6. Game & Watch (43.4 million)[4]
  7. Super Smash Bros (40 million)[5]
  8. Kirby (35.78 million)[5]
  9. Brain Age (34 million)[6]
  10. Animal Crossing (32.4 million)[7][8][9]
  11. Nintendogs (28.25 million)[10][11]
  12. Yoshi (24 million)
  13. Wario (22 million)
  14. Metroid (17.44 million)
  15. Star Fox (12 million)
  16. Big Brain Academy (10 million)
  17. Fire Emblem (10 million)*
  18. Tomodachi (9.46 million)[12][13]
  19. F-Zero (5 million)
  20. Pikmin (5 million)
  21. Excite (5 million)
  22. Nintendo Land (5 million)
  23. Splatoon (4 million)

* Uses numbers from vgchartz

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Best selling video games
Worldwide sales · Gross revenue

Franchises · United States · Japan · Best selling new IPs · Sixth generation · Seventh generation
Nintendo · Sega · Capcom · Konami · Square Enix · Ubisoft · Blizzard

See also: Best selling games · Best selling franchises

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