List of best-selling video games

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This is a list of video games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies on a single platform (unless otherwise noted).

All platforms

Games across all platforms that have sold at least 15 million copies[n 1]
# Title Release year System(s) Copies sold
1 Soviet Union Tetris 1984 Japan Game Boy, Game Boy Color, NES, Mobile Phone 143 million
2 Japan Wii Sports 2006 Japan Wii 82.54 million[1]
3 Sweden Minecraft 2009[n 2] Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Mobile Phone, United States Xbox 360 (XBLM and Retail disc), Japan PlayStation 3 54 million[4]
4 Japan Super Mario Bros. 1985 Japan NES 40.24 million
5 Japan Mario Kart Wii 2008 Japan Wii 35.53 million [5]
6 United Kingdom Grand Theft Auto V 2013 Japan PlayStation 3, United States Xbox 360 34 million[6]
7 Japan Wii Sports Resort 2009 Japan Wii 32.58 million[1]
8 Japan New Super Mario Bros. 2006 Japan Nintendo DS 30.75 million[7]
9 United States Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 2009 United States Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, Japan PlayStation 3 28.5 million[8]
10 Japan Wii Play 2006 Japan Wii 28.02 million[1]
11 Japan New Super Mario Bros. Wii 2009 Japan Wii 27.88 million[1]
12 United Kingdom Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 2004 Japan PlayStation 2, United States Microsoft Windows, United States Xbox, United States Mac OS X, United States Xbox 360 (XBLM), Japan PlayStation 3 (PSN), Mobile Phone[9] 27.5 million
13 United States Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 2011 Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii 26.5 million[10]
14 United Kingdom Grand Theft Auto IV 2008 Japan PlayStation 3, United States Xbox 360, United States Microsoft Windows 25 million[11]
15 United States Call of Duty: Black Ops 2010 United States Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, Japan PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii 26.2 million[10]
16 United States Call of Duty: Black Ops II 2012 United States Windows, Xbox 360, Japan PlayStation 3, Wii U 24.2 million[10]
17 United States Kinect Adventures! 2010 United States Xbox 360 24 million[12]
18 Japan Nintendogs 2005 Japan Nintendo DS 23.94 million[7]
19 Japan Pokémon Red, Blue, and Green 1996 Japan Game Boy, Game Boy Color 23.64 million
20 Japan Mario Kart DS 2005 Japan Nintendo DS 23.56 million[7]
21 Japan Pokémon Gold and Silver 1999 Japan Game Boy, Game Boy Color 23 million
22 Japan Wii Fit 2007 Japan Wii 22.67 million[1]
23 Japan Wii Fit Plus 2009 Japan Wii 21.03 million[1]
24 Japan Super Mario World 1990 Japan SNES 20.6 million
25 United Kingdom Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 2002 United Kingdom Windows, Playstation 2, XBox 20 million
26 United States The Sims 2 2004 United States Windows, OS X 20 million[13]
27 United States The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 2011 United States Microsoft Windows, Japan PlayStation 3, United States Xbox 360 20 million[14]
28 Sweden Battlefield 3 2011 United States Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, Japan PlayStation 3 20 million[15]
29 Japan Brain Age 2005 Japan Nintendo DS 19.01 million[7]
30 United States Call of Duty: Ghosts 2013 United States Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Japan PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U 19 million[16]
31 Japan Super Mario Land 1989 Japan Game Boy, Game Boy Color 18.06 million
32 Japan Super Mario Bros. 3 1988 Japan NES 18 million
33 Japan Pokémon Diamond and Pearl 2006 Japan Nintendo DS 17.63 million[7]
34 United States The Sims 2000 United States Windows, Mac OS 16 million[17]
35 Japan Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire 2002 Japan GBA 16 million
36 United States Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare 2007 United States Windows, Xbox 360, Mac OS X, Japan PlayStation 3, Wii 15.7 million[10]
37 United States Call of Duty: World at War 2008 United States Windows, Xbox 360, Japan PlayStation 3, Wii 15.7 million[10]
38 Japan Pokémon Black and White 2010 Japan Nintendo DS 15.42 million[7]
39 Japan Sonic the Hedgehog 1991 Japan Sega Mega Drive, Sega Genesis, Microsoft Windows[18][19] and Mobile Phone[20] 15 million +
40 United States Diablo III 2012 United States Microsoft Windows, OS X, Xbox 360, Japan PlayStation 3 15 million[21]

Consoles

Atari

Atari 2600

Atari 2600 games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
TITLE Release Year Copies sold Comments
Pac-Man 1982 7 million[22][23] Best-selling home video game up until that time.[24]
Pitfall! 1982 4 million[25][26]
Asteroids 1981 3.8 million[27] Best-selling Atari 2600 game prior to Pac-Man.[27]
Missile Command 1980 2.5 million[28]
Space Invaders 1980 2 million[29] First game to sell a million cartridges.[30]
Demon Attack 1982 2 million[28]
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 1982 1.5 million[31]
Adventure 1979 1 million[26]
Atlantis 1982 1 million[25]
Cosmic Ark 1982 1 million[28]
Kaboom! 1981 1 million[32]
Megamania 1982 1 million[25]
River Raid 1982 1 million[32]

Coleco

ColecoVision

ColecoVision games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Release Year Copies sold
Donkey Kong 1981 2 million[33]

Mattel

Intellivision

Intellivision games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Release Year Copies sold
Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack 1979 2 million[34][35]
Astrosmash 1981 1 million[34][36]
Major League Baseball 1980 1 million[34][37]
NFL Football 1979 1 million[34]
Space Armada 1981 1 million[34]
Space Battle 1980 1 million[34]

Microsoft

Xbox

Xbox games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Release Year Copies sold
Halo 2 2004 8 million[38]
Halo: Combat Evolved 2001 5 million[39]
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell 2002 3 million[40][41][42]
Fable 2004 3 million[43]
Project Gotham Racing 2001 2.5 million[44]
Grand Theft Auto Double Pack 2003 1.7 million[42][45][46]
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2003 1.58 million[45][46]
Counter-Strike 2004 1.5 million[47][48]
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 2005 1.46 million[45][49]
Need for Speed: Underground 2 2005 1.44 million[45][49]
Madden NFL 2005 2004 1.42 million[45]
Madden NFL 06 2005 1.41 million[45]
Call of Duty 2: Big Red One 2005 1.39 million[45]
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind 2002 1.36 million[45]
ESPN NFL 2K5 2004 1.38 million[45]
Dead or Alive 3 2001 1.28 million[42][45]
Star Wars: Battlefront 2004 1.22 million[45][46]
Star Wars: Battlefront II 2005 1.13 million[45][46]
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2001 1.13 million[42][45]
Need for Speed: Underground 2004 1.1 million[45][46]

Xbox 360

Xbox 360 Elite and Xbox 360 S consoles.
Xbox 360 games which have sold or shipped five million copies [edit]
Title Total copies sold Sales breakdown Release date Genre Developer Publisher
Kinect Adventures 24 million[a][50] N/A
  • NA November 4, 2010
  • EU November 10, 2010
  • AUS November 18, 2010
Sports Good Science Studio Microsoft Studios
Halo 3 14.5 million[51] N/A
  • NA September 25, 2007
  • AUS September 25, 2007
  • EU September 26, 2007
First-person shooter Bungie Microsoft
Call of Duty: Black Ops 12 million[52] N/A
  • WW November 9, 2010[53]
  • JP November 18, 2010(Sub)
  • JP December 16, 2010(Dub)
First-person shooter Treyarch Activision
Minecraft 12 million[c][54] N/A
  • WW May 9, 2012[55]
Sandbox game Mojang/4J Studios Microsoft
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 7.562 million November 10, 2009
  • JP December 10, 2009
First-person shooter Infinity Ward Activision
Gears of War 5 million[b][58] N/A
  • NA November 7, 2006
  • EU November 17, 2006
  • AUS November 23, 2006
  • JP January 18, 2007
Third-person shooter Epic Games Microsoft
Gears of War 2 5 million[59] N/A
  • WW November 7, 2008[60]
  • JP July 30, 2009
Third-person shooter Epic Games Microsoft
  • ^ a: As of February 12, 2013, the Kinect sensor has sold 24 million units,[50] each of which is bundled with a copy of Kinect Adventures.
  • ^ b: Gears of War sales may include PC version
  • ^ c: Xbox Live Arcade game

Total Xbox 360 games sold as of December 2009: 353.8 million.[61]

Nintendo

Total games Nintendo has sold as of March 31, 2014: 4.22 billion.[62]

Nintendo Entertainment System

Nintendo Entertainment System games that have sold or shipped at least two million copies [edit]
Title Release year Copies sold
Super Mario Bros. 1985 40.24 million[63][64]
Super Mario Bros. 3 1988 18 million[65]
Super Mario Bros. 2 1987 10 million[66]
Tetris 1989 8 million;[67] 1.81 million in Japan[68]
The Legend of Zelda 1986 6.51 million[69]
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link 1988 4.38 million[69]
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1989 4 million[70]
Dragon Warrior III 1988 3.8 million in Japan[68]
Dragon Warrior IV 1990 3.1 million in Japan[68]
Metroid 1986 2.73 million[71]
Golf 1984 2.46 million in Japan[68]
Dragon Warrior II 1987 2.4 million in Japan[68][72]
Baseball 1983 2.35 million in Japan[68]
R.C. Pro-Am 1988 2.3 million[73]
Mahjong 1983 2.13 million in Japan[68]
Family Stadium 1986 2.05 million in Japan[68]
Punch-Out!! 1987 2 million[74]


Super Nintendo Entertainment System

North American Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Super Nintendo Entertainment System games that have sold or shipped at least four million copies [edit]
Title Copies sold
Super Mario World 20.60 million[75][64]
Donkey Kong Country 9 million[76]
Super Mario Kart 8.76 million[77]
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior 6.3 million[78]
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past 4.61 million[69]
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest 4.37 million approximately: 2.21 million in Japan,[68] 2.16 million in US[45]
Street Fighter II Turbo 4.1 million[78]
Star Fox 4 million[79]
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island 4 million[75]

Total Super Nintendo Entertainment System games sold as of December 31, 2009: 379.06 million.[80]

Nintendo 64

Nintendo 64
Nintendo 64 games that have sold or shipped at least three million copies [edit]
Title Copies sold
Super Mario 64 11.62 million[81][64]
Mario Kart 64 9.87 million[82]
GoldenEye 007 8 million[83][84]
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 7.6 million[69]
Super Smash Bros. 5 million[85]
Diddy Kong Racing 4.434 million approximately: 3.78 million in US and PAL,[86] 653,928 in Japan[87]
Pokémon Stadium 3.971 million approximately: 3.16 million in US,[45] 710,765 in Japan,[87] 100,000 in UK[46]
Donkey Kong 64 3.77 million approximately: 2.67 million in US,[45] 1.1 million in Japan[68]
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3.36 million[69]
Star Fox 64 3.325 million approximately: 2.76 million in US,[45] 565,222 in Japan[87]
Perfect Dark 3.2 million[88]
Banjo-Tooie 3 million[89]

Total Nintendo 64 games sold as of December 31, 2009: 224.97 million.[80]

Nintendo GameCube

Nintendo GameCube video games that have sold or shipped at least two million copies [edit]
Title Copies sold
Super Smash Bros. Melee 7.09 million[90]
Mario Kart: Double Dash‼ 7 million approximately[91]
Super Mario Sunshine 5.9 million[91]
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker 3.07 million[92]
Luigi's Mansion 2.64 million approximately: 2.19 million in US,[45] 348,918 in Japan,[93] 100,000 in UK[46]
Animal Crossing 2.32 million approximately: 1.68 million in US,[45] 641,300 in Japan[93]
Mario Party 4 2.00 million approximately: 1.1 million in US,[45] 902,827 in Japan[93]
Metroid Prime 2 million[94]

Total Nintendo GameCube games sold as of December 31, 2009: 208.57 million.[80]

Wii

Wii
Nintendo Wii games which have sold or shipped at least five million copies [edit]
Title Total copies sold Sales breakdown Release date Genre Developer Publisher
Wii Sports 82.54 million[95][b] N/A NA 20061119November 19, 2006

JP 20061202December 2, 2006
AU 20061207December 7, 2006
EU 20061208December 8, 2006

Sports Nintendo EAD (Group 2) Nintendo
Mario Kart Wii 35.53 million[96][a][b] N/A
  • EU April 11, 2008
  • AUS April 24, 2008
  • NA April 27, 2008
  • SK April 30, 2009
Racing Nintendo EAD (Group 1) Nintendo
Wii Sports Resort 32.58 million[95][a][b] N/A Sports Nintendo EAD (Group 2) Nintendo
New Super Mario Bros. Wii 28.65 million[95][b] N/A Platform Nintendo EAD (Group 4) Nintendo
Wii Play 28.02 million[95][a] N/A
  • JP December 2, 2006
  • EU December 8, 2006
  • NA February 12, 2007
Nintendo EAD (Group 2) Nintendo
Wii Fit 22.67 million[95][a] N/A Fitness Nintendo EAD (Group 5) Nintendo
Wii Fit Plus 21.03 million[95][110] N/A Fitness Nintendo EAD (Group 5) Nintendo
Super Mario Galaxy 12.22 million[95] N/A JP 20071101November 1, 2007

NA 20071112November 12, 2007
EU November 16, 2007[115]
AU 20071129November 29, 2007

Platform Nintendo EAD (Group 1) Nintendo
Super Smash Bros. Brawl 12.14 million[95] N/A
  • JP January 31, 2008
  • NA March 9, 2008
  • AUS June 26, 2008
Fighting, action, platform Ad hoc development team Nintendo
Wii Party 7.94 million[110] N/A
  • JP July 8, 2010
  • NA October 3, 2010
  • EU October 8, 2010
Nd Cube, Nintendo SPD (Group 4) Nintendo
Mario Party 8 7.6 million[117] N/A
  • NA May 29, 2007
  • EU June 22, 2007
  • UK July 13, 2007
  • JP July 26, 2007
    Party Hudson Soft Nintendo
    Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games 7.09 million[119] N/A
    • NA November 6, 2007
    • AUS / JP November 22, 2007
    • EU November 23, 2007
    Sports Sega Sports R&D
    Super Mario Galaxy 2 6.36 million[120] N/A NA May 23, 2010[121]

    JP May 27, 2010[122]
    EU June 11, 2010[123]
    AU June 30, 2010[124]

    Platform Nintendo EAD (Group 1) Nintendo
    Donkey Kong Country Returns 6.01 million[120] N/A
    • NA November 21, 2010
    • AUS December 2, 2010
    • EU December 3, 2010
    • JP December 9, 2010
    Platform Retro Studios, Nintendo Nintendo
    The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess 5.82 million[125] N/A NA 20061119November 19, 2006

    JP 20061202December 2, 2006
    AU 20061207December 7, 2006
    EU 20061208December 8, 2006

    Action-adventure Nintendo EAD (Group 3) Nintendo
    Just Dance 2 5 million[126] N/A
    • NA October 12, 2010
    • EU October 14, 2010
    Ubisoft Paris Ubisoft
    • ^ a: Bundled with a popular accessory (e.g. additional Wii-mote, MotionPlus, Wii Zapper, Wii Wheel).
    • ^ b: Bundled with a version of the console. The white console was commonly bundled with Wii Sports at launch; since the release of MotionPlus, the Wii Sports bundle with either the white or black console also includes Wii Sports Resort. In addition, since the launch of the corresponding games, the white console has been commonly bundled with Mario Kart Wii (and the Wii Wheel), and the black console has been commonly bundled with New Super Mario Bros. Wii.

    Total Wii games sold as of March 31, 2014: 895.22 million.[62]

    Total Virtual Console games sold as of December 31, 2007: over 10 million[127]

    Wii U

    Nintendo Wii U games which have sold or shipped at least one million copies [edit]
    Title Total copies sold Sales Breakdown Release date Genre Developer Publisher
    New Super Mario Bros. U[128] 4.16 million[129] N/A
    • NA November 18, 2012
    • PAL November 30, 2012
    • JP December 8, 2012
    Platform Nintendo EAD Group No. 4 Nintendo
    Nintendo Land [130] 3.09 million[131] N/A NA 20121118November 18, 2012

    PAL 20121130November 30, 2012
    JP 20121208December 8, 2012

    Party Nintendo EAD Group No. 2 Nintendo
    Mario Kart 8 [132] 2.82 million[133] 0.59 million in Japan[133]

    2.24 million overseas[133]

    • JP May 29, 2014
    • AUS May 31, 2014
    • EU / NA May 30, 2014
    Racing Nintendo EAD Group No. 1 Nintendo
    Super Mario 3D World 2.17 million[129] 0.59 million in Japan[129]

    1.58 million overseas[129]

    JP 20131121November 21, 2013
    NA 20131122November 22, 2013
    • SA November 26, 2013
    • EU November 29, 2013
    • AUS November 30, 2013
    Platform Nintendo EAD Tokyo
    1-UP Studio
    Nintendo
    New Super Luigi U 1.76 million[129] 0.14 million in Japan[129]

    1.62 million overseas[129]

    DLC
    • WW June 20, 2013
    Retail
    • JP July 13, 2013
    • EU July 26, 2013
    • AUS July 27, 2013
    • NA August 25, 2013
    Platform Nintendo Nintendo
    Wii Party U 1.35 million[129] 0.81 million in Japan[129]

    0.54 million overseas[129]

    NA 20131025October 25, 2013

    EU 20131025October 25, 2013
    AU 20131026October 26, 2013
    JP 20131031October 31, 2013

    Party Nd Cube
    Nintendo SPD Group No.4
    Nintendo
    The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD 1.22 million[129] 0.09 million in Japan[129]

    1.13 million overseas[129]

    Digital
    • NA September 20, 2013
    Retail
    • JP September 26, 2013
    • AUS October 5, 2013
    • EU / NA October 4, 2013
    Action-adventure Nintendo EAD Group No. 3
    Development support:
    HexaDrive (texture support)[134]
    DigitalScape
    Nintendo

    Total Wii U games sold as of June 30, 2014: 36.67 million[62]


    Game Boy and Game Boy Color

    Original Game Boy













    Game Boy and Game Boy Color games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies [edit]
    Title Copies sold
    Tetris 35 million[135]
    Pokémon Red and Blue 23.64 million approximately: 10.23 million in Japan,[68] 9.85 million in US,[45] 3.56 million in UK[136]
    • Pokémon Red (4.83 million in US,[45] 300,000 in UK)[136]
    • Pokémon Blue (5.02 million in US,[45] 300,000 in UK)[136]
    Pokémon Gold and Silver 23 million;[137] 7.6 million in the US,[45] over 7 million in Japan,[138] 600,000 in the UK[136]
    • Pokémon Gold (at least 7.45 million: 3.75 million in the US,[45] 3.4 million in Japan,[68] 300,000 in the UK)[136]
    • Pokémon Silver (at least 7.66 million: 3.85 million in the US,[45] 3.51 million in Japan,[68] 300,000 in the UK)[136]
    Super Mario Land 18.06 million[139][64]
    Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins 11.09 million.[64][140]
    Pokémon Yellow 8.86 million approximately: 5.1 million in US,[45] 3.16 million in Japan,[68] 600,000 in UK[141]
    The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening 6.05 million approximately: 3.83 million,[69] 2.22 million for the DX version[69]
    Kirby's Dream Land 5 million
    The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages 3.96 million[69]
    The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons 3.96 million[69]
    Pokémon Crystal 3.85 million approximately: 2.1 million in Japan,[68] 1.65 million in US,[45] 100,000 in UK[46]
    Pokémon Trading Card Game 3 million approximately: 1.51 million in US,[45] 1.39 million in Japan,[68] 100,000 in UK[46]
    Super Mario Bros. Deluxe 2.8 million in US[45]
    Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters IV: Strongest Duel Record 2.5 million in Japan[68]
    Dragon Warrior Monsters 2.41 million approximately; 2.35 million in Japan,[68][72] 60,000 in the US[142]
    Dr. Mario 2.08 million in Japan[68]
    Yu-Gi-Oh: Duel Monsters 1.6 million in Japan[68]
    Dragon Warrior Monsters 2 1.593 million in Japan[72][143]
    Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 1.59 million in Japan[68]
    Kirby's Dream Land 2 1.49 million in Japan[68]
    Tamagotchi 1.45 million in Japan[68]
    Tamagotchi 2 1.45 million in Japan[68]
    Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters II: Dark Duel Stories 1.45 million in Japan[68]
    Duck Tales 1.43 million[78]
    Yakuman 1.28 million in Japan[68]
    Pokémon Pinball 1.22 million approximately: 1.02 million in Japan,[68] 200,000 in UK[49]
    Kirby's Pinball Land 1.12 million in Japan[68]
    Mahjong 1.1 million in Japan[68]
    The Final Fantasy Legend 1.1 million in Japan;[68] 1.37 million shipped[72]
    Donkey Kong Country 1.08 million in Japan[68]
    Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters III: Tri-Holygod Advent 1 million[144]

    Total Game Boy and Game Boy Color games sold as of December 31, 2009: 501.11 million.[80]


    Game Boy Advance

    Game Boy Advance SP










    Game Boy Advance games that have sold or shipped at least two million copies [edit]
    Title Copies sold Sales breakdown
    Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire 16.22 million[145] N/A
    Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen 11.82 million N/A
    Pokémon Emerald 6.32 million[146] N/A
    Mario Kart: Super Circuit 5.91 million[147] N/A
    Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 4.179 million
    (approximately)
    Super Mario Advance 3.938 million
    (approximately)
    Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 3.698 million
    (approximately)
    Namco Museum 2.96 million 2.96 million in US[45]
    Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire 2.5 million[149] N/A
    Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team 2.2 million[146] N/A
    Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 2.196 million
    (approximately)
    Kirby: Nightmare in Dreamland 2.1 million
    (approximately)
    • 1.12 million in US[45]
    • 832,901 in Japan[148]
    • 150,453 in Europe
    The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past & Four Swords 2.024 million
    (approximately)

    Total Game Boy Advance games sold as of March 31, 2009: 377.42 million.[150][151]

    Nintendo DS

    Nintendo DS games which have sold or shipped at least five million copies [edit]
    Title Total copies sold Sales breakdown Genre Release date Developer Publisher
    New Super Mario Bros. 30.75 million[152] N/A Platform game May 15, 2006 Nintendo EAD (Group 4) Nintendo
    Nintendogs (all versions) 23.96 million[152] N/A Pet-raising simulator April 21, 2005 Nintendo EAD (Group 1) Nintendo
    Mario Kart DS 23.56 million[152] N/A Racing game November 15, 2005 Nintendo EAD (Group 1) Nintendo
    Brain Age 19.01 million[152] N/A Puzzle, Educational May 19, 2005 Nintendo SPD Nintendo
    Pokémon Diamond and Pearl 17.63 million[152] N/A Role-playing game September 28, 2006 Game Freak Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
    Pokémon Black and White 15.58 million[152] N/A Role-playing game September 18, 2010 Game Freak Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
    Brain Age 2 14.88 million[152] N/A Puzzle, Educational December 29, 2005 Nintendo SDD Nintendo
    Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver 12.72 million[152] N/A Role-playing game September 12, 2009 Game Freak Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
    Animal Crossing: Wild World 11.73 million[152] N/A Social simulation game November 23, 2005 Nintendo EAD (Group 2) Nintendo
    Super Mario 64 DS 11.03 million[152] N/A Platform game November 21, 2004 Nintendo EAD Comprehensive Group Nintendo
    Mario Party DS 8.21 million[153] N/A Party, Minigame November 8, 2007 Hudson Soft Nintendo
    Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 7.81 million[154] N/A Role-playing game June 23, 2012 Game Freak Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
    Pokémon Platinum 7.06 million[155] N/A Role-playing game September 13, 2008 Game Freak Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
    Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies 5.34 million 4.29 million in Japan,[156]

    1.05 million overseas[120]

    Role-playing game July 11, 2009 Armor Project, Level-5 Square Enix (Japan)

    Nintendo (overseas)

    Big Brain Academy 5.01 million[157] N/A Puzzle, Educational June 30, 2005 Nintendo EAD (Group 4) Nintendo

    Total Nintendo DS games sold as of March 31, 2014: 943.98 million.[62]

    Nintendo 3DS

    Nintendo 3DS
    Nintendo 3DS games which have sold or shipped at least one million copies [edit]
    Title Total copies sold Sales Breakdown Release date Genre Developer Publisher
    Pokémon X and Y 12.26 million[129] 4.37 million in Japan[129]

    7.89 million overseas[129]

    • WW October 12, 2013
    Role-playing Game Freak Nintendo
    Mario Kart 7 9.62 million[129] 2.10 million in Japan[158]

    2.16 million overseas[159]

    JP 20111201December 1, 2011

    EU 20111202December 2, 2011
    AU 20111203December 3, 2011
    NA 20111204December 4, 2011

    Racing Nintendo EAD and Retro Studios Nintendo
    Super Mario 3D Land 9.27 million[160] 1.88 million in Japan[158]

    3.85 million in US[161]

    JP 20111103November 3, 2011

    NA 20111113November 13, 2011
    EU 20111118November 18, 2011
    AU 20111124November 24, 2011

    Platform Nintendo EAD Tokyo Nintendo
    New Super Mario Bros. 2 7.82 million[129] 2.05 million in Japan[159]

    3.91 million overseas[159]

    JP 20120728July 28, 2012

    EU 20120817August 17, 2012
    AU 20120818August 18, 2012
    NA 20120819August 19, 2012

    Platform Nintendo Nintendo
    Animal Crossing: New Leaf 7.66 million [129] 3.44 million in Japan[159]
    2.79 million overseas[162]
    JP 20121108November 8, 2012

    KOR 20130207February 7, 2013
    NA 20130609June 9, 2013
    EU 20130614June 14, 2013
    AU 20130615June 15, 2013

    Life simulation Nintendo EAD and Monolith Soft Nintendo
    Monster Hunter 4 4.10 million[163] 4.00 million in Japan[164] JP 20130914September 14, 2013

    KOR 20131214December 14, 2013

    Action role-playing Capcom and Eighting Capcom
    Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon 3.98 million[129] 0.83 million in Japan

    1.92 million overseas[162]

    NA 20130324March 24, 2013

    JP 20130320March 20, 2013
    EU 20130328March 28, 2013
    AU 20130328March 28, 2013

    Action-adventure Next Level Games Nintendo
    Nintendogs + Cats 3.50 million[160] N/A JP February 26, 2011[165]

    EU March 25, 2011[166]
    NA 20110327March 27, 2011

    Pet-raising simulation Nintendo EAD Nintendo
    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D 3.35 million[160] 1 million in US[161] JP 20110616June 16, 2011

    EU June 17, 2011[167]
    NA 20110619June 19, 2011
    AU June 30, 2011[168]

    Action-adventure Nintendo EAD and Grezzo Nintendo
    The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds 2.51 million[129] 0.47 million in Japan[129]

    2.04 million overseas[129]

    NA 20131122November 22, 2013

    EU 20131122November 22, 2013
    AU 20131123November 23, 2013
    JP 20131226December 26, 2013

    Action-adventure Nintendo EAD Group No. 3
    Development support:
    Monolith Soft[169]
    Nintendo
    Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate 2.40 million[163] N/A JP 20111210December 10, 2011

    NA 20130319March 19, 2013
    EU 20130322March 22, 2013

    Action role-playing Capcom Capcom
    Yo-Kai Watch 2 2.35 million[170] 2.35 million in Japan JP 20140710July 10, 2014
    Role-playing Level-5 Level-5
    Paper Mario: Sticker Star 2.21 million[160] 0.54 million in Japan[159]

    1.28 million overseas[159]

    NA 20121111November 11, 2012

    JP 20121206December 6, 2012
    EU 20121207December 7, 2012
    AU 20121208December 8, 2012

    Role-playing Intelligent Systems and Vanpool Nintendo
    Mario & Luigi: Dream Team 2.08 million[129] 0.47 million in Japan[129]

    1.61 million overseas[129]

    EU 20130712July 12, 2013

    AU 20130713July 13, 2013
    JP 20130718July 18, 2013
    NA 20130811August 11, 2013

    Role-playing game AlphaDream and Good-Feel Nintendo
    Tomodachi Life 1.85 million[129] 1.85 million in Japan[129] JP 20130418April 18, 2013

    NA 20140606June 6, 2014
    EU 20140606June 6, 2014

    Life simulation Nintendo SPD Nintendo
    Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D 1.52 million[129] 0.37 million in Japan[129]

    1.16 million overseas[129]

    NA 20130524May 24, 2013

    EU 20130524May 24, 2013
    AU 20130525May 25, 2013
    JP 20130613June 13, 2013

    Monster Games, Nintendo Nintendo
    Puzzle & Dragons Z: Pazudora Z 1.50 million[171] N/A JP 20131212December 12, 2013
    Puzzle GungHo Online Entertainment GungHo Online Entertainment
    Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance 1.32 million[172] N/A JP August 11, 2011[173]

    NA 20120731July 31, 2012
    EU July 31, 2012[173]

    Role-Playing Square-Enix Square-Enix
    Dragon Quest VII 1.23 million[174] 1.23 million in Japan JP 20130207February 7, 2013
    Role-playing Heartbeat and ArtePiazza Square Enix
    Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins 1.20 million[129] 1.19 million overseas[129] NA 20130421April 21, 2013

    EU 20130426April 26, 2013
    AU 20130427April 27, 2013

    Action-adventure TT Fusion Nintendo
    Kid Icarus: Uprising 1.18 million[175] N/A NA 20120323March 23, 2012

    JP 20120322March 22, 2012
    EU 20120323March 23, 2012
    AU 20120329March 29, 2012

    Third-person shooter, shoot 'em up Project Sora and Sora Ltd. Nintendo
    Mario Party: Island Tour 1.14 million[129] 0.82 million overseas[129] 0.32 million in Japan[129] NA 20131122November 22, 2013

    EU 20140117January 17, 2014
    AU 20140118January 18, 2014
    JP 20140320March 20, 2014

    Party Nd Cube Nintendo
    Mario Tennis Open 1.11 million[159] 0.34 million in Japan[159]

    0.74 million overseas[159]

    NA 20120520May 20, 2012

    JP 20120524May 24, 2012
    AU 20120524May 24, 2012
    EU 20120525May 25, 2012

    Sports Camelot Software Planning Nintendo
    Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition 1.10 million[163] N/A JP February 26, 2011[176]

    EU March 25, 2011[176]
    NA March 27, 2011[176]
    AU 20110331March 31, 2011

    Fighting Capcom and Dimps Capcom
    Yo-Kai Watch 1.01 million[177] 1.01 million in Japan JP 20130711July 11, 2013
    Role-playing Level-5 Level-5
    Bravely Default 1 million[178] 0.4 million in Japan

    0.6 million overseas

    NA 20140213February 13, 2014

    JP 20121011October 11, 2012
    EU 20131206December 6, 2013
    AU 20131207December 7, 2013

    Role-playing Silicon Studio and Square Enix Square Enix

    Total Nintendo 3DS games sold as of March 31, 2014: 162.92 million.[62]


    Sega

    Sega Genesis/Mega Drive

    Sega Genesis/Mega Drive games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
    Title Copies sold
    Sonic the Hedgehog Over 15 million[179]
    Sonic the Hedgehog 2 6 million[180]
    Disney's Aladdin 4 million[181]
    NBA Jam 1.93 million in US[45]
    Mortal Kombat II 1.78 million in US[45]
    Street Fighter II: Special Champion Edition 1.65 million[78]
    Altered Beast at least 1.4 million in the US[182]
    Sonic & Knuckles 1.24 million in US[45]
    Mortal Kombat 3 1.02 million in US[45]
    Sonic the Hedgehog 3 1.02 million in US[45]
    Jurassic Park more than 1 million[183]
    Ms. Pac-Man more than 1 million in US[184]
    NFL '98 more than 1 million in US[185]
    NFL Football '94 more than 1 million[183]
    Sonic Spinball more than 1 million[183]
    X-Men more than 1 million[183]
    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers 1 million in US[186][187]

    Sega Saturn

    Sega Saturn games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
    Title Copies sold
    Virtua Fighter 2 2.2 million approximately; 1.7 million in Japan,[68] at least 500,000 in US[188]
    Sega Rally Championship 1.2 million[189]

    Dreamcast

    Dreamcast games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
    Title Copies sold
    Sonic Adventure 2.5 million[190]
    Soulcalibur 1.3 million[191]
    Crazy Taxi 1.225 million approximately: 1.11 million in the US,[45] 115,039 in Japan[192]
    Shenmue 1.2 million[193]
    Resident Evil Code: Veronica 1.14 million[78]
    NFL 2K 1.13 million in the US[45]
    NFL 2K1 1.01 million in the US[45]

    Sony

    PlayStation

    PlayStation games which have sold or shipped at least five million copies [edit]
    Title Total copies sold Sales breakdown Release date Genre Developer Publisher
    Gran Turismo 10.85 million shipped[194][195] N/A
    • JP December 23, 1997
    • NA April 30, 1998
    • EU May 8, 1998
    Driving simulator Sony Computer Entertainment Sony Computer Entertainment
    Final Fantasy VII 9.72 million[196] N/A
    • JP January 31, 1997
    • NA September 3, 1997
    • EU November 17, 1997
    Role-playing video game Square Product Development Division 1 Square Enix, Sony Computer Entertainment
    Gran Turismo 2 9.37 million shipped[194][195] N/A
    • NA November 30, 1999
    • JP December 11, 1999
    • EU October 27, 2000
    Driving simulator Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment
    Tekken 3 8.5 million [197]
    • 3.24 million in the US[45]
    • 1.4 million in Japan[68]
    • JP March 26, 1998
    • NA April 29, 1998
    • EU September 1998
    3D fighting game Namco Namco
    Final Fantasy VIII 8.15 million[citation needed] N/A
    • JP February 11, 1999
    • NA September 7, 1999
    • EU October 27, 1999
    • AUS October 29, 1999
    Role-playing video game Square Product Development Division 1 Square Enix, Sony Computer Entertainment
    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone 8 million[81] N/A
    • NA November 15, 2001
    • EU November 16, 2001
    • JP December 1, 2001
    Action-adventure game Argonaut Electronic Arts
    Tomb Raider II 8 million[81] N/A
    • EU November 1, 1997
    • JP January 22, 1998
    Action-adventure game Core Design Eidos Interactive
    Tomb Raider 8 million[198] N/A
    • NA November 15, 1996
    • EU November 25, 1996
    • JP February 14, 1997
    Action-adventure game Core Design Eidos Interactive
    Crash Bandicoot: Warped 7.13 million[199] N/A
    • NA October 31, 1998
    • JP December 17, 1998
    • EU December 1998
    Platform game Naughty Dog Sony Computer Entertainment
    Metal Gear Solid 7 million[200] N/A
    • JP September 3, 1998
    • NA October 21, 1998
    • EU February 26, 1999
    Stealth game Konami Computer Entertainment Japan Konami
    Crash Bandicoot 6.82 million[199] N/A
    • NA August 31, 1996
    • EU November 1996
    • JP December 6, 1996
    Platform game Naughty Dog Sony Computer Entertainment
    Tomb Raider III 6.5 million[201] N/A
    • NA November 21, 1998
    • JP March 4, 1999
    Action-adventure game Core Design Eidos Interactive
    Final Fantasy IX 5.30 million[72] N/A
    • JP July 7, 2000
    • NA November 13, 2000
    • EU February 16, 2001
    Role-playing video game Square Square
    Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back 5.17 million
    • 3.87 million in the US[45]
    • 1.3 million in Japan[68]
    • NA October 31, 1997
    • JP December 18, 1997
    • EU December 1997
    Platform game Naughty Dog Sony Computer Entertainment
    Resident Evil 5.08 million[78]
    • JP March 22, 1996
    • NA March 30, 1996
    • EU August 1, 1996
    Survival Horror Capcom Sony Computer Entertainment
    Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation 5 million[201] N/A
    • NA November 22, 1999
    • JP July 19, 2000
    Action-adventure game Core Design Eidos Interactive


    PlayStation 2

    Original (left) and slim (right) PlayStation 2
    PlayStation 2 games which have sold or shipped five million copies [edit this table]
    Title Total copies sold Sales breakdown Release date Genre Developer Publisher
    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 17.33 million[202] N/A Action-adventure/sandbox game Rockstar North Rockstar Games
    Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec 14.89 million[204]
    • 7.14 million in North America[204]
    • 1.89 million in Japan[204]
    • 5.85 million in Europe[204]
    • JP April 28, 2001
    • NA July 9, 2001
    • EU July 20, 2001
    Driving simulation Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment
    Gran Turismo 4 11.73 million[204]
    • 3.47 million in North America[204]
    • 6.82 million in Europe[204]
    • 1.27 million in Japan[204]
    • JP December 28, 2004
    • NA February 22, 2005
    • EU March 9, 2005
    Driving simulation Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment
    Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 9.61 million
    • 8.2 million in the US[45]
    • 410,293 in Japan[205]
    • 1 million in the UK[56]
    • NA October 27, 2002
    • AUS November 8, 2002
    • EU November 8, 2002
    • JP May 20, 2004
    Action-adventure/sandbox game Rockstar North Rockstar Games
    Grand Theft Auto III 7.9 million
    • 6.55 million in the US[45]
    • 358,917 in Japan[205]
    • 1 million in the UK[56]
    • NA October 22, 2001
    • AUS October 26, 2001
    • EU October 26, 2001
    • JP September 25, 2003
    Action-adventure/sandbox game DMA Design (now Rockstar North) Rockstar Games
    Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty 7 million[206] N/A
    • NA November 12, 2001
    • JP November 29, 2001
    • EU March 8, 2002
    Stealth Action KCEJ Konami
    Final Fantasy X 6.6 million[207] N/A
    • JP July 19, 2001
    • NA December 17, 2001
    • AUS May 17, 2002
    • EU May 24, 2002
    Role-playing video game Square JP Square
    NA Square EA
    PAL SCEE
    Tekken 5 6 million[208]
    • 4 million in Europe[209]
    • JP March 31, 2005
    • NA February 24, 2005
    • EU June 24, 2005
    Fighting game Namco Namco
    Final Fantasy XII 5.2 million shipped[210]
    • 2.4 million in Japan[211]
    • 1.7 million in the US[45]
    • 1.1 million in Europe[212]
    • JP March 16, 2006
    • NA October 31, 2006
    • AUS February 22, 2007
    • EU February 23, 2007
    Role-playing video game Square Enix Product Development Division 4 Square Enix

    Total PlayStation 2 games shipped as of March 31, 2007: 1.24 billion.[213] Total PlayStation 2 games sold between April 1, 2007 and March 31, 2012: 297.5 million.[214] Note that since the former figure refers to shipments and the latter refers to sales, there may be some overlap between the two figures.

    PlayStation 3

    PlayStation 3 games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
    Title Copies sold
    Gran Turismo 5 10.66 million[195]
    The Last of Us 6 million[215]
    Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots 6 million[216]
    Gran Turismo 5 Prologue 5.35 million[195]
    God of War III 5,197,632; 2,818,033 in North and Latin America, 1,961,733 in PAL regions, 417,866 in Japan and SCE Asia territories[217]
    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 4.8 million approximately; 3.531 million in the US,[218][219][220] 244,578 and 25,268 The Best in Japan,[221] at least 1 million in UK[56]
    Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception 3.8 million[222]
    Uncharted 2: Among Thieves 3.8 million[223]
    MotorStorm 3.31 million[224]
    Call of Duty: Black Ops 3.269 million units approximately; 3.094 million in the US,[225] 175,813 in Japan[221]
    LittleBigPlanet 3 million[226]
    Final Fantasy XIII 2.97 million approximately: 1.904 million in Japan,[227] 140,000 in other Asian countries,[228] 828,200 in US,[229] 100,000 in UK[46]
    Grand Theft Auto IV 2.73 million approximately: 1.89 million in US,[230] 211,240 and 37,306 The Best in Japan,[231] 600,000 in UK[141]
    Uncharted: Drake's Fortune 2.6 million[232][233]
    Resistance: Fall of Man 2.5 million[234]
    God of War Collection 2,418,516; 1,748,663 in North and Latin America, 514,253 in PAL regions, 155,600 in Japan and SCE Asia territories[217]
    Killzone 2 2 million[235]
    inFamous nearly 2 million[236]
    Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare 1.977 million approximately; 1.106 million in the US,[237] 122,019 regular and 149,028 The Best in Japan,[221] 600,000 in UK[141]
    Call of Duty: World at War 1.83 million approximately; 1.238 million in the US,[237] 600,000 in UK[141]
    Heavy Rain 1.7 million[238]
    Resident Evil 5 1.62 million approximately: 585,000 in US,[239] 520,564 and 258,961 Gold Edition in Japan,[221] 200,000 in UK,[49] 62,040 in France[240]
    Heavenly Sword 1.5 million[241]
    Minecraft 1.5 million[242]
    Red Dead Redemption 1.35 million approximately, 947,400 in the US,[243][244] 300,000 in UK,[136] 109,340 in Japan[221]
    Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction 1.25 million[245]
    MotorStorm: Pacific Rift 1 million[246]

    Total PlayStation 3 games sold as of March 31, 2012: 595 million.[247]

    PlayStation Portable

    PlayStation Portable games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
    Title Copies sold
    Monster Hunter Portable 3rd 4.8 million[78]
    Gran Turismo 4.22 million[195]
    Monster Hunter Freedom Unite 3.6 million[78]
    God of War: Chains of Olympus 3,264,178; 1,748,663 in North and Latin America, 1,399,293 in PAL regions, 136,478 in Japan and SCE Asia territories[217]
    Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories 2,725,507 approximately: 2 million in US,[248] 125,507 in Japan,[249] 600,000 in UK[141]
    Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII 2.59 million approximately; 830,000 in Japan, 710,000 in North America,[250][251] 550,000 in Europe[251]
    Monster Hunter Freedom 2 2.4 million[78]
    Daxter 2.3 million[252]
    Dissidia: Final Fantasy 1.81 million[228]
    Need for Speed: Most Wanted 5-1-0 1.32 million approximately: 1.1 million in US,[248] 200,000 in UK,[49] 27,151 in Japan[249]
    Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition 1.3 million approximately: 1.1 million in US,[248] 200,000 in UK[49]
    Monster Hunter Freedom 1.3 million[78]
    God of War: Ghost of Sparta 1,196,626; 530,815 in North and Latin America, 605,382 in PAL regions, 60,429 in Japan and SCE Asia territories[217]
    Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories 1.13 million approximately; 950,000 in US,[248] 100,000 in UK,[46] 80,420 in Japan[249]
    Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 1 million[253]
    Tekken: Dark Resurrection 1 million[254]
    Wipeout Pure 1 million[255]

    Total PlayStation Portable games sold as of March 31, 2012: 330.2 million.[256]

    Bundled games

    Games that were bundled for a significant portion of their shelf life and have sold or shipped at least ten million copies
    Title Copies sold
    Wii Sports Wii – 81.99 million,[95] packaged with system in all regions except Japan
    Super Mario Bros. NES – 40.24 million[63][64]
    Tetris Game Boy – 35 million[135]
    Kinect Adventures! Xbox 360 - 24 million, pack-in game with Kinect[257]
    Super Mario World SNES – 20.6 million[64][75]
    Sonic the Hedgehog Sega Mega Drive/Genesis - 15 million[179]

    PC

    PC games for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux platforms that have sold or shipped at least five million copies. Expansion packs are not used in calculation of the sales figure for the original game (with the exception of StarCraft and Guild Wars). Sales from digital distribution stores (such as Steam and Direct2Drive) are not generally included since these figures are not generally released to the public, as well as VGChartz and similar publications being unable to accurately track these sales.

    PC games for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux platforms that have sold or shipped at least five million copies [edit]
    Title Total copies sold Sales breakdown Franchise Release date Genre Developer Publisher
    Minecraft 16 million[258] Minecraft May 17, 2009[n 2] Sandbox, Adventure/Survival, Construction Mojang Microsoft
    World of Warcraft 14 million[261] [n 3][better source needed] N/A Warcraft Nov 23, 2004 Fantasy, MMORPG Blizzard Entertainment Blizzard Entertainment
    Diablo III 12 million[262] [n 4] N/A Diablo May 15, 2012 Action RPG, hack and slash dungeon crawl Blizzard Entertainment Activision Blizzard
    Half-Life 2 12 million[263][better source needed] N/A Half-Life November 16, 2004 First-person shooter Valve corporation Valve Corporation (digital distribution)
    Sierra Entertainment (retail)
    StarCraft 11 million[264][better source needed] N/A StarCraft March 31, 1998 Real-time strategy Blizzard Entertainment Blizzard Entertainment
    The Sims 3 10 million[265][better source needed] N/A The Sims June 2, 2009 Simulation The Sims Studio Electronic Arts
    Half-Life 9.3 million[266][better source needed] N/A Half-Life November 19, 1998 First-person shooter Valve Corporation Sierra Entertainment
    Guild Wars 6.5 million[better source needed] 6.5 million in North America, Europe and Asia[267][dead link] Guild Wars April 28, 2005 Competitive online RPG ArenaNet NCsoft
    The Sims 6.3 million[268][17][dead link] N/A The Sims February 4, 2000 Simulation Maxis Electronic Arts
    Garry's Mod 6 million[269] Digitally released only. N/A December 24, 2004 Sandbox Facepunch Studios Facepunch Studios
    Myst 6 million[270][better source needed] N/A Myst September 24, 1993 Graphic adventure, puzzle Cyan Brøderbund
    The Sims 2 6 million[271] N/A The Sims September 14, 2004 Simulation Maxis Electronic Arts
    StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty 6 million[272] N/A StarCraft July 27, 2010 Real-time strategy Blizzard Entertainment Activision Blizzard


    Mobile phone

    See also: Mobile game
    Title Copies sold
    Tetris 100 million[273]
    Pac-Man 30 million in the US[274]
    Minecraft - Pocket Edition 21 million[275]
    Angry Birds 12 million[276]
    Block Breaker Deluxe 8 million[277]
    Sonic the Hedgehog 8 million in US and Europe[278]
    Fruit Ninja 6 million[279]
    Doodle Jump 5 million[280]
    Final Fantasy IV: The After Years 3 million[281]
    Plague Inc. 2 million on iOS[282]
    Flight Control 2 million[283]
    Pocket God 2 million[284]
    Brain Challenge 1.5 million[285]
    Flick Fishing 1.3 million[286]
    Bubble Bash 1 million[277]
    Coin Stack 2600 1 million in South Korea[287]
    Cut the Rope 1 million[288]
    Doom RPG 1 million[289]
    Guitar Hero III Mobile 1 million[290]
    Super Bomberman 1 million[291]

    Arcade

    This list includes arcade games that have sold at least 10,000 or more arcade hardware units.

    Title Copies sold
    Pac-Man 400,000[292]
    Space Invaders 360,000[293]
    Street Fighter II 200,000[n 5]
    Donkey Kong 132,000[294]
    Ms. Pac-Man 125,000[295][296]
    Asteroids 100,000[296][297]
    Defender 60,000[298][299]
    Centipede 55,988[300]
    Galaxian 40,000 in the US[301]
    StarHorse2 38,614[n 6]
    Donkey Kong Jr. 30,000 in the US[294]
    Mr. Do! 30,000 in the US[302]
    Tempest' 29,000[303]
    Mortal Kombat II 27,000[304]
    Beatmania 25,000[305]
    Q*bert 25,000[306]
    Mortal Kombat 24,000[304]
    Robotron: 2084 23,000[303]
    Dig Dug 22,228 in the US[300]
    Pole Position 21,000 in the US[303]
    Popeye 20,000 in the US[307]
    Out Run 20,000[308]
    Pump It Up 20,000[309]
    Missile Command 20,000[310]
    Jungle Hunt 18,000 in the US[311]
    Dragon's Lair 16,000[312]
    Berzerk 15,780[313]
    Scramble 15,136 sold by Stern in North America[313]
    Battlezone 15,122[314]
    Stargate 15,000[303]
    Mushiking: King of the Beetles 13,500[315]
    Mahjong Fight Club 3 13,000[316]
    Sega Network Mahjong MJ4 12,892[n 7]
    Star Wars 12,695[300]
    Super Cobra 12,337 sold by Stern in North America[313]
    Space Duel 12,038[300]
    Pong 8500–19,000[319][320]
    Breakout 11,000[314]
    Oshare Majo: Love and Berry 10,300[321]
    Sea Wolf 10,000[322]

    Expansion packs

    Expansion packs that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
    Title Release Year Copies sold Platform(s)
    World of Warcraft: Cataclysm 2010 4.7 million[323] Windows, Macintosh
    World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade 2007 3.5 million[324] Windows, Macintosh
    World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King 2008 2.8 million[325] Windows, Macintosh
    Diablo III: Reaper of Souls 2014 2.7 million[326] Windows
    World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria 2012 2.7 million[327] Windows, Macintosh
    Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare 2010 2 million[328] PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
    Crysis Warhead 2008 1.5 million[329] Windows
    Half-Life: Opposing Force 1999 1.1 million[330] Windows
    StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm 2013 1.1 million[331] Windows
    Diablo II: Lord of Destruction 2001 1 million[332] Windows

    See also

    Footnotes

    1. ^ All sale figures for the all platforms list are taken from the other lists unless otherwise noted.
    2. ^ a b Although Minecraft was first publicly available on 17 May 2009,[2] and the 1.0 version on 18 November 2011, the first version of Minecraft which required a paid account was first publicly available on 23 December 2009,[3] therefore it started accumulating sales on that year.
    3. ^ Subscribers are not the same as sales; many Asian markets use a different business model that does not involve retail copies. As such subscriber figures do not equate to sales figures.
    4. ^ This excludes the 1.2 million copies given away as part of Blizzard's World of Warcraft annual pass offer.
    5. ^ Street Fighter II:
    6. ^ StarHorse2:
      • From April 2005 to March 2007: 18,079 units
    7. ^ Sega Network Mahjong MJ4:
      • Fiscal year ended March 2008: 10,427[317]
      • Fiscal year ended March 2009: 2,465[318]

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