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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

GamesEdit

Sales data from Best selling games worldwide (Video Game Sales Wiki)

  1. Wii Sports (Wii – 82.78 million) (packaged with Wii in all regions except Japan)
  2. Pokémon Red/Green/Blue/Yellow (GB/GBA/VC – 59.52 million)
  3. Wii Fit (Wii - 43.79 million) (Included Balance Board)
  4. Pokémon Gold/Silver/Crystal (GBC/DS – 42.21 million)
  5. Super Mario Bros. (NES – 40.23 million) (bundled with NES)
  6. Mario Kart Wii (Wii – 36.75 million) (now bundled with Wii but initially wasn't)
  7. Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald (GBA/3DS - 34.38 million)
  8. Wii Sports Resort (32.95 million) (came with Motionplus accessory and later Wii Remote Plus)
  9. New Super Mario Bros. (DS – 30.8 million) 
  10. Tetris (Game Boy – 30 million) (bundled with Game Boy) 
  11. New Super Mario Bros. Wii  (29.79 million) (Was bundled with the Wii for a while)
  12. Wii Play (Wii – 28.02 million) (includes Wii Remote)
  13. Duck Hunt (NES - 28 million) (bundled with NES)
  14. Pokémon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum (DS – 25.23 million)
  15. Nintendogs (DS – 23.96 million)
  16. Mario Kart DS (DS – 23.6 million)
  17. Super Mario World (SNES – 20 million) (Bundled with SNES)
  18. Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! (DS – 19.01 million)
  19. Super Mario Land (Game Boy – 18.14 million)
  20. Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES – 18 million)[1]
  21. Pokémon Black and White (DS - 15.6 million)
  22. Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day! (DS – 14.88 million)
  23. Pokémon X & Y (3DS - 14.46 million) (as of September 30, 2015)
  24. Mario Kart 7 (3DS - 13.03 million)
  25. Super Smash Bros. Brawl (12.93 million)
  26. Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver (DS- 12.72 million)
  27. Super Mario Galaxy (12.22 million)
  28. Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen (GBA – 12.00 million)
  29. Super Mario 64 (N64 – 11.91 million)[2]
  30. Animal Crossing: Wild World (DS - 11.74 million)
  31. Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (3DS - 11.46 million)
  32. Super Mario Land 2 (GB -11.18 million)
  33. Super Mario 64 DS (DS - 11.06 million)
  34. Super Mario 3D Land (3DS -10.63 million)
  35. New Super Mario Bros. 2 (3DS - 10.04 million)
  36. Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES – 10 million)[3]

Potential inclusionsEdit

  • Pokémon Yellow
  • Donkey Kong Country
  • Mario Kart 64
  • Super Smash Bros. Melee
  • Animal Crossing: New Leaf

FranchisesEdit

  1. Mario (517.092 million)*
    1. Super Mario series(301.18 million)
    2. Mario Kart series (111.81 million)
    3. Mario Party series (40.03 million)
    4. Mario Sports series (35.498 million)
    5. Mario RPG series (16.49 million)
  2. Pokémon (273 million)*
  3. Wii Series (200.04 million)*
    1. Wii Sports series (115.12 million)
    2. Wii Fit series (43.7 million)
  4. The Legend of Zelda (84.6 million)*
  5. Donkey Kong (56.04 million)
  6. Super Smash Bros (38 million)*
  7. Kirby (35.78 million)*
  8. Brain Age (34 million)[4]
  9. Animal Crossing (31.2 million)[5][6][7]
  10. Nintendogs (28.25 million)[8][9]
  11. Yoshi (24 million)
  12. Wario (22 million)
  13. Metroid (17.44 million)
  14. Star Fox (12 million)
  15. Big Brain Academy (10 million)

OtherEdit

*Numbers from Wikipedia's list of Best Selling Video Game Franchises, where the original sources come directly from Nintendo's Japanese site.[13]

**As of December 2015

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit


External linksEdit

Best selling video games
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See also: Best selling games · Best selling franchises

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