Xenoblade Chronicles

Global Total as of 01st Jul 2017 (units): 0.91m
Platform: WiiAlso on: Nintendo 3DS
Developer: Monolith Soft Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 0.43m 47.3%
+ Europe: 0.25m 27.6%
+ Japan: 0.16m 17.5%
+ Rest of the World: 0.07m 7.6%
= Global 0.91m

Release History

Xenoblade NintendoJapan10th June 2010Retail
Xenoblade Chronicles NintendoEurope19th August 2011Retail
Xenoblade Chronicles NintendoNorth America06th April 2012Retail

Game Overview

Xenoblade Chronicles is a Role-Playing game developed by Monolith Software and published worldwide by Nintendo for the Wii.

The game was first announced as "Monado: Beginning of the World" during E3 2009. In January 2010 in was retitled to "Xenoblade". It was released in Japan on June 10, 2010, In Europe on August 19, 2011, and in North America on April 6, 2012.

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NoirSon (on 27 November 2016)
Yeah, as nice as this sight is, you have
to take the actual numbers with a grain
of salt. Some games are never updated
after their first few weeks, others are
listed under multiple titles separating
by regions their true numbers. However
given everything, the 3DS port, the
representation in Smash Bros, the semi
sequel and more, I think the key thing
to take away is that Xenoblade is a
success by Nintendo standards so more
games should be in the pipeline down the
goldmario79 (on 15 November 2016)
On June 4th, 2016 this website was
stating that Xenoblade had sold 58,040
in the USA alone. VGCHARTZ has no F'ing
idea what they are doing here
apparently. I've got screenshots
showing it.
b00moscone (on 03 August 2016)
Should easily squeeze another ~15k to
lock 1m. Too bad, the game deserves a
lot more than that :(
Darwinianevolution (on 06 February 2016)
0.97m at 16th January 2016. If Nintendo
doesn't stop printing this game, it
will reach the million.
gaymeboss (on 31 January 2016)
I bought it last month of Amazon for 45
USD. The so called "World Edition".
It's the NA version made for other
countries that use the NTCS system. The
game is just a bless. I really hope this
price cut would make more people buy the
game, enjoy it, and show Nintendo that
we all need this kind of games ...
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