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A list of the best selling video games worldwide. Does not include combined sales of cross-platform games such as Madden NFL.

Sales data from List of best-selling video games (Wikipedia)

  1. Wii Sports (Wii - 82.54 million)
  2. Minecraft (PC/Mobile/Xbox 360/PS3 - 54 million)
  3. Super Mario Bros. (NES - 40.24 million)
  4. Tetris (GB/GBC - 35 million)
  5. Mario Kart Wii (Wii - 35.53 million)
  6. Wii Sports Resort (Wii - 32.58 million)
  7. Grand Theft Auto V (PS3/Xbox 360 - 32.5 million)
  8. New Super Mario Bros. (DS - 30.75 million)
  9. New Super Mario Bros. Wii (Wii - 28.65 million)
  10. Wii Play (Wii - 28.02 million)
  11. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PS2/Windows/Xbox/Mac/Xbox 360/PS3 - 27.5 million)
  12. Grand Theft Auto IV (PS3/Xbox 360/Windows - 25 million)
  13. Nintendogs (DS - 23.96 million)
  14. Pokemon Red/Blue/Green (GB/GBC - 23.64 million)
  15. Mario Kart DS (DS - 23.56 million)
  16. Pokemon Gold and Silver (GB/GBC - 23 million)
  17. Wii Fit (Wii - 22.67 million)
  18. Wii Fit Plus (Wii - 21.03 million)
  19. Super Mario World (SNES - 20.60)
  20. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Windows/PS3/Xbox 360 - 20 million)
  21. Brain Age (DS - 19.01 million)
  22. Super Mario Land (GB/GBC - 18.06 million)
  23. Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES - 18 million)
  24. Pokemon Diamond and Pearl (DS - 17.63 million)
  25. Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire (GBA - 16 million)
  26. Pokemon Black and White (DS - 15.58 million)

Bundled gamesEdit

These games were included in the purchase of the system and thus are counted separately. Games that were originally bundled at launch and have sold one million copies or more.

Possible future inclusionsEdit

Multi-platform salesEdit

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ReferencesEdit

Best selling games
Worldwide · United States · Japan · Franchises · Best selling new IPs · Seventh generation · Sixth generation
Nintendo games · Capcom games · Ubisoft games · Square-Enix games · Blizzard games · Konami games · Sega games
See also: Best selling games · Best selling franchises


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