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Yakuza: Like a Dragon and Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Debut in 1st and 2nd on the Japanese Charts - VGChartz
Yakuza: Like a Dragon and Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Debut in 1st and 2nd on the Japanese Charts

Yakuza: Like a Dragon and Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Debut in 1st and 2nd on the Japanese Charts - Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted on 22 January 2020 / 2,304 Views

Yakuza: Like a Dragon (PS4) debuted at the top of the retail sales in Japan with sales of 156,993, according to Famitsu for the week ending January 19.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (PS4) debuted in second with sales of 89,537 units. Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV (PS4) debuted in fifth place with sales of 20,095 units. Tokyo Mirage Session FE Encore (NS) debuted in sixth place with sales of 18,797.

The Nintendo Switch was the best-selling platform with 96,458 units sold. The PlayStation 4 sold 6,325 units, the 3DS sold 766 units, and the Xbox One sold 73 units.

Here is the complete charts:

01./00. [PS4] Yakuza: Like a Dragon (Sega) {2020.01.16} (¥8.390) - 156.993 / NEW
02./00. [PS4] Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (Bandai Namco Games) {2020.01.16} (¥7.600) - 89.537 / NEW
03./01. [NSW] Pokemon Sword / Shield # (Pokemon Co.) {2019.11.15} (¥5.980) - 55.604 / 3.312.358 (-22%)
04./02. [NSW] Ring Fit Adventure (Nintendo) {2019.10.18} (¥7.980) - 35.860 / 583.429 (+67%)
05./00. [PS4] Romance of the Three Kingdoms 14 # (Koei Tecmo) {2020.01.16} (¥8.800) - 20.095 / NEW
06./00. [NSW] Tokyo Mirage Session FE Encore (Nintendo) {2020.01.17} (¥6.700) - 18.797 / NEW
07./04. [NSW] Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training for Nintendo Switch (Nintendo) {2019.12.27} (¥3.480) - 15.790 / 107.698 (+0%)
08./03. [NSW] Minecraft # (Microsoft Game Studios) {2018.06.21} (¥3.600) - 13.919 / 1.222.666 (-12%)
09./06. [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo) {2017.04.28} (¥5.980) - 12.370 / 2.737.674 (-12%)
10./05. [NSW] Super Smash Bros. Ultimate # (Nintendo) {2018.12.07} (¥7.200) - 12.347 / 3.522.802 (-13%)


A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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4 Comments

DonFerrari (on 23 January 2020)

So another 6 months for west release of Yakuza, will be enough time for me to finish 3,4,5 remaster =p


Marth (on 22 January 2020)

The hardware market is in a dire situation. Everything that is not labeled Switch is practically dead. I am concerned for PS5 and NextBox.


HylianSwordsman (on 22 January 2020)

It's been that way for a while, really. PS4 took a long time to take off, and never peaked all that high. Even the Wii didn't perform all that well in Japan. Switch is the only non-dead thing because it is the successor to the 3DS, so 3DS is now dead, Vita was never really alive, the entire XBox brand was dead on arrival, and PS4 is a pure home console in a country where home consoles as a whole have been pretty dead for generations. Switch succeeds because of its hybrid status allowing it to be treated like a portable in a country where portables are popular and a home console in countries where home consoles are popular. Most likely, the Xbox Series will be dead on arrival as usual, like the entire brand is, and the PS5 will do okay once it gets a few key franchises, but will struggle to get 10 million. Meanwhile Nintendo will do at least reasonably well with any portable experience it puts out.


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Zenos (on 22 January 2020)

Curious how well Tokyo Mirage Session FE Encore will sell in the end considering they implemented the Western censorship into the Japanese version.