Here’s how Diamond and Pearl remake sales were compared to Pokemon’s Switch and 3DS in Japan in the past.

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Yesterday, Famitsu released its latest game charts – a great start in Japan featuring Pokémon Briliant Diamond and Shining Pearl for the Nintendo Switch, with 1,395,642 copies shipped in just the first three days.

The figures were based on in-store purchases alone, meaning the titles are now officially the second-largest switch game launch in Japan. They have even managed to get ahead. Pokemon Sword and Shield On release, which sold 1,364,544 million units on release in Japan.

If you’ve been wondering how this launch compares to other Pokemon opening weekends in Japan, the webmaster has now shared some more physical sales figures – past on the 3DS and Switch. Highlight the launch sales of Pokémon games. Although the latest release has surpassed Let’s Go, the old 3DS titles are still in the forefront.

Early sales of the remake of Diamond and Pearl in Japan left them behind. Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Which sold approximately 1,880,626 physical copies in its first three days). In the UK, remixes have also dominated the charts – becoming the second largest domestic box launch of the year.

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