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Alternative Names

Wii パーティU

Developer

Nd Cube Co., Ltd.

Genre

Party

Release Dates

10/25/13 Nintendo
10/31/13 Nintendo
10/25/13 Nintendo

Community Stats

Owners: 13
Favorite: 0
Tracked: 4
Wishlist: 3
Now Playing: 0
 
6.6

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Wii Party U (WiiU) > Opinions (20)

S.Peelman posted 30/10/2015, 12:45
Nintendo says 1.58m as of september 30.

It's actually overtracked, by a slightly decent amount if factoring in digital.
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b00moscone posted 11/10/2015, 01:26
We can thank the Japan bundling for these sales.
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FloatingWaffles posted 14/07/2015, 02:54
I'm surprised all the other Wii named titles on the Wii U like Wii Fit U and Wii Sports Club failed to sell well but this one did.
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Gammalad posted 12/12/2014, 02:57
This may actually get 2M+ LTD who knew.
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DarkRPGamer007 posted 06/12/2014, 02:12
This might actually reach 5m lifetime
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NintendoPie posted 11/04/2014, 02:19
So this is the only casual game from the Wii-era that actually semi made it through without losing tons of sales. Even if the Japanese bundling was taken out of the picture, this is doing "well" in Europe and the US.
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PikminDude123 posted 11/03/2014, 11:31
I never thought this would sell so well!
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zorg1000 posted 28/02/2014, 07:00
@Fusioncode, considering that the original Wii Party in Japan sold better than it did in America but less than Europe and assuming the Wii U version would follow that pattern it would probably be around 700k LTD worldwide around now.
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Fusioncode posted 27/02/2014, 03:07
I wonder how this would have sold without the massive bundling in Japan...
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TreeTurtle posted 22/01/2014, 04:50
I never thought Wii Party U would sell a million. Congrats!
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Nintentacle posted 22/01/2014, 02:22
1 MILLION!!!!! WII SHOULD THROW A PARTY!!!!!!!!!
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Salnax posted 21/01/2014, 05:04
Moral of the story: Japan is still VERY relevant for certain games and genres, even if the United States and Europe are theoretically bigger.
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SuperUltraAlt posted 20/01/2014, 07:11
It's probably sold 1 million now, but the last update is from January 4th
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zippy posted 03/01/2014, 11:58
This is so gonna be a million seller.
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Anfebious posted 03/01/2014, 01:35
I wonder how many copies this game will end up selling!
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biotonne20 posted 22/12/2013, 12:43
I think it can do 100k the week ending December 14
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leedlelee posted 10/12/2013, 06:48
Bundling can really do magic...
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FarleyMcFirefly posted 10/12/2013, 06:03
Great party game!!! Will at least sell 1 million (physical) by the end of its run.
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curl-6 posted 04/12/2013, 12:58
So much for "cazual gamez r ded"
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Salnax posted 12/11/2013, 09:11
When I think about "Games that sell overwhlemingly better in Japan," perhaps I should include party games...
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Shipping Total

1,760,000 Units
As of: December 2017

Opinion (20)

S.Peelman posted 30/10/2015, 12:45
Nintendo says 1.58m as of september 30.

It's actually overtracked, by a slightly decent amount if factoring in digital.
Message | Report
b00moscone posted 11/10/2015, 01:26
We can thank the Japan bundling for these sales.
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FloatingWaffles posted 14/07/2015, 02:54
I'm surprised all the other Wii named titles on the Wii U like Wii Fit U and Wii Sports Club failed to sell well but this one did.
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Gammalad posted 12/12/2014, 02:57
This may actually get 2M+ LTD who knew.
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DarkRPGamer007 posted 06/12/2014, 02:12
This might actually reach 5m lifetime
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NintendoPie posted 11/04/2014, 02:19
So this is the only casual game from the Wii-era that actually semi made it through without losing tons of sales. Even if the Japanese bundling was taken out of the picture, this is doing "well" in Europe and the US.
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