List of best-selling Nintendo 64 video games

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This is a list of Nintendo 64 video games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies, sorted in order of copies sold.

List[edit]

Nintendo 64 games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Copies sold
Super Mario 64 11.62 million[1][2]
Mario Kart 64 9.87 million[3]
GoldenEye 007 8 million[4][5]
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 7.6 million[6]
Super Smash Bros. 5 million[7]
Diddy Kong Racing 4.434 million approximately: 3.78 million in US and PAL,[8] 653,928 in Japan[9]
Pokémon Stadium 3.971 million approximately: 3.16 million in US,[10] 710,765 in Japan,[9] 100,000 in UK[11]
Donkey Kong 64 3.77 million approximately: 2.67 million in US,[10] 1.1 million in Japan[12]
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3.36 million[6]
Star Fox 64 3.325 million approximately: 2.76 million in US,[10] 565,222 in Japan[9]
Perfect Dark 3.2 million[13]
Banjo-Tooie 3 million[14]


Pokémon Snap 2.718 million approximately: 2.22 million in US,[10] 498,155 in Japan[9]
Mario Party 2 2.33 million approximately: 1.26 million in US,[10] 1.07 million in Japan[12]
Banjo-Kazooie 2.2 million approximately: 1.8 million in US,[10] 400,000 in Japan[9]
Pokémon Stadium 2 2.15 million approximately: 1.14 million in Japan,[12] 1.01 million in US[10]
Wave Race 64 2.105 million approximately: 1.95 million in US,[10] 154,682 in Japan[9]
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire 2.008 million approximately: 1.98 million in US,[10] 28,038 in Japan[9]
Yoshi's Story 1.953 million approximately: 1.1 million in US,[10] 852,846 in Japan[9]
Mario Party 1.944 million approximately: 1.23 million in US,[10] 714,358 in Japan[9]
WCW/nWo Revenge 1.88 million in US[10]
Star Wars Episode I: Racer 1.798 million approximately: 1.71 million in US,[10] 87,826 in Japan[9]
Mario Tennis 1.76 million approximately, 1.1 million in Japan,[12] 669,958 in US[15]
Cruis'n USA 1.68 million in US[10]
Mario Party 3 1.64 million approximately, 1.02 million in Japan,[12] 624,468 in US[15]
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 1.634 million approximately: 1.59 million in US,[10] 44,337 in Japan[9]
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards 1.611 million approximately: 1.07 million in Japan,[12] 541,600 in US[15]
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1.61 million in US[10]
Hey You, Pikachu! 1.46 million approximately, 744,870 in Japan, 721,720 in US[15]
Pokémon Stadium (Japan) 1.37 million in Japan[8][12]
WCW vs. nWo: World Tour 1.3 million in US[10]
1080° Snowboarding 1.254 million approximately: 1.23 million in US,[10] 23,908 in Japan[9]
WWF No Mercy 1.19 million in US[10]
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil 1.154 million approximately: 1.14 million in US,[10] 13,683 in Japan;[9] 1.4 million shipped[16]
South Park 1.4 million
Turok: Dinosaur Hunter 1.15 million[17]
WWF WrestleMania 2000 1.14 million in US[10]
The World Is Not Enough 1.08 million in US[10]
Namco Museum 64 1.04 million in US[10]
Mario Golf 1.005 million approximately: 534,283 in US, 470,779 in Japan[15]
Kobe Bryant in NBA Courtside 1 million[18][17]
Pilotwings 64 1 million[19]

Total Nintendo 64 games sold as of December 31, 2009: 224.97 million.[20]

References[edit]

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