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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

Multi and single-platform

Games across all platforms that have sold at least 15 million copies, across multiple platforms[n 1]
Title Release year System(s) Copies sold /
Paid downloads
Tetris 1984 Mobile, iOS, BlackBerry OS, PlayStation Portable, Windows Phone, Android, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy 495 million[1]
Minecraft 2009[n 2] Windows, OS X, Linux, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Android, iOS, Apple TV, Windows Phone, Amazon Fire TV, Raspberry Pi, PlayStation Vita, Wii U 122 million[2]
Wii Sports 2006 Wii 82.78 million[3]
Grand Theft Auto V 2013 PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows 75 million[4]
Super Mario Bros. 1985 Nintendo Entertainment System 40.24 million[5]
Mario Kart Wii 2008 Wii 36.38 million[6]
Tetris 1989 Game Boy 35 million[7]
Wii Sports Resort 2009 Wii 32.80 million[3]
New Super Mario Bros. 2006 Nintendo DS 30.79 million[8]
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 2011 Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One 30 million[9]
Diablo III 2012 Microsoft Windows, OS X, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 30 million[10][n 3]
New Super Mario Bros. Wii 2009 Wii 29.32 million[3]
Wii Play 2006 Wii 28.02 million[3]
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 2004 PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, Xbox, Mac OS X, Xbox 360 27.5 million[11]
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 2011 Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii 26.5 million[12]
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2010 Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii 26.2 million[12]
Grand Theft Auto IV 2008 PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows 25 million[13]
Overwatch 2016 Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 25 million[14]
Call of Duty: Black Ops II 2012 Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U 24.2 million[12]
Kinect Adventures! 2010 Xbox 360 24 million[15]
Nintendogs 2005 Nintendo DS 23.96 million[8]
Pokémon Red, Blue, and Green 1996 Game Boy 23.64 million[16][17][18]
Mario Kart DS 2005 Nintendo DS 23.59 million[8]
Pokémon Gold and Silver 1999 Game Boy, Game Boy Color 23 million[19]
Wii Fit 2007 Wii 22.67 million[3]
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 2009 Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 22-29 million[12][20][21]
Wii Fit Plus 2009 Wii 21.11 million[3]
Super Mario World 1990 Super Nintendo Entertainment System 20.6 million[5][22]
Battlefield 3 2011 Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 20 million[23]
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 2002 Windows, Xbox, PlayStation 2 20 million[24]
The Sims 2 2004 Windows, OS X 20 million[25]
Terraria 2011 Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Linux, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Windows Phone, Xbox 360, Xbox One 20 million[26]
Brain Age 2005 Nintendo DS 19.01 million[8]
Call of Duty: Ghosts 2013 Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U 19 million[27]
Super Mario Land 1989 Game Boy 18.06 million[5]
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl 2006 Nintendo DS 17.63 million[8]
Grand Theft Auto III 2001 Windows, Xbox, PlayStation 2 17.33 million[24]
Super Mario Bros. 3 1988 Nintendo Entertainment System 17 million[28]
Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire 2002 Game Boy Advance 16.22 million
Pokemon X and Y 2013 Nintendo 3DS 16.06 million[29]
Need for Speed: Most Wanted 2005 PlayStation 2, Xbox, Xbox 360, GameCube, Windows, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS 16 million[30]
The Sims 2000 Windows, Mac OS 16 million[31]
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare 2007 Windows, Xbox 360, Mac OS X, PlayStation 3, Wii 15.7 million[12]
Call of Duty: World at War 2008 Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii 15.7 million[12]
Pokémon Black and White 2010 Nintendo DS 15.6 million[8]
Lemmings 1991 Amiga, various 15 million[32]
Sonic the Hedgehog 1991 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis 15 million[33]
Red Dead Redemption 2010 PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 15 million[34]

Single-platform

Games across all platforms that have sold at least 15 million copies, on individual platforms
Title Release year System(s) Copies sold /
Paid downloads
Wii Sports 2006 Wii 82.69 million[3]
Super Mario Bros. 1985 Nintendo Entertainment System 40.24 million[5]
Mario Kart Wii 2008 Wii 36.38 million[6]
Tetris 1989 Game Boy 35 million[7]
Wii Sports Resort 2009 Wii 32.80 million[3]
New Super Mario Bros. 2006 Nintendo DS 30.79 million[8]
Minecraft: Pocket Edition 2011 Mobile, Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Amazon Fire TV, Raspberry Pi 30 million[35]
New Super Mario Bros. Wii 2009 Wii 29.32 million[3]
Wii Play 2006 Wii 28.02 million[3]
Minecraft 2009 Windows, OS X, Linux, Java applet 25.38 million[36]
Kinect Adventures! 2010 Xbox 360 24 million[15]
Nintendogs 2005 Nintendo DS 23.96 million[8]
Pokémon Red, Blue, and Green 1996 Game Boy 23.64 million[16][17][18]
Mario Kart DS 2005 Nintendo DS 23.59 million[8]
Pokémon Gold and Silver 1999 Game Boy / Game Boy Color 23 million[19]
Wii Fit 2007 Wii 22.67 million[3]
Wii Fit Plus 2009 Wii 21.11 million[3]
Super Mario World 1990 Super Nintendo Entertainment System 20.6 million[5][22]
The Sims 2 2004 Windows, OS X 20 million[25]
Brain Age 2005 Nintendo DS 19.01 million[8]
Super Mario Land 1989 Game Boy 18.06 million[5]
Super Mario Bros. 3 1988 Nintendo Entertainment System 17 million[28]
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl 2006 Nintendo DS 17.63 million[8]
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 2004 PlayStation 2 17.33 million[24]
Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire 2002 Game Boy Advance 16.22 million
Pokemon X and Y 2013 Nintendo 3DS 16.06 million[29]
The Sims 2000 Windows, Mac OS 16 million[31]
Pokémon Black and White 2010 Nintendo DS 15.60 million[8]
Sonic the Hedgehog 1991 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis 15 million[33]

Consoles

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 – 82.54 million,[37] packaged with system in all regions except Japan
Super Mario Bros. NES – 40.24 million[5][38]
Tetris Game Boy – 35 million[7]
Kinect Adventures! Xbox 360 – 24 million, pack-in game with Kinect[39]
Super Mario World SNES – 20.6 million[5][22]
Sonic the Hedgehog Sega Mega Drive/Genesis – 15 million[40]

Atari

Atari 2600

Coleco

ColecoVision

ColecoVision games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Release Year Copies sold
Donkey Kong 1981 2 million[41]

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[42][43]
Astrosmash 1981 1 million[42][44]
Major League Baseball 1980 1 million[42][45]
NFL Football 1979 1 million[42]
Space Armada 1981 1 million[42]
Space Battle 1980 1 million[42]

Microsoft

Xbox

Xbox games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Release Year Copies sold
Halo 2 2004 8 million[46]
Halo: Combat Evolved 2001 5 million[47]
Fable 2004 3 million[48]
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell 2002 3 million[49][50][51]
Project Gotham Racing 2001 2.5 million[52]
Grand Theft Auto Double Pack 2003 1.7 million[17][51][53]
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2003 1.58 million[17][53]
Counter-Strike 2004 1.5 million[54][55]
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 2005 1.46 million[17][56]
Need for Speed: Underground 2 2005 1.44 million[17][56]
Madden NFL 2005 2004 1.42 million[17]
Madden NFL 06 2005 1.41 million[17]
Call of Duty 2: Big Red One 2005 1.39 million[17]
ESPN NFL 2K5 2004 1.38 million[17]
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind 2002 1.36 million[17]
Dead or Alive 3 2001 1.28 million[17][51]
Star Wars: Battlefront 2004 1.22 million[17][53]
Star Wars: Battlefront II 2005 1.13 million[17][53]
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2001 1.13 million[17][51]
Need for Speed: Underground 2004 1.1 million[17][53]

Xbox 360

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This is a list of Xbox 360 video games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies, sorted in order of copies sold. Some games may have also been released on platforms other than the Xbox 360, in which case only the sales figures from the Xbox 360 versions are counted. There are also some games not listed that were included in bundle packs with the Kinect.

Xbox 360 Elite and Xbox 360 S consoles.
Xbox 360 games which have sold or shipped one million copies
Title Total copies sold Sales breakdown Release date Genre Developer Publisher
Kinect Adventures! 24 million[a][57] N/A
  • NA: November 4, 2010
  • EU: November 10, 2010
  • AU: November 18, 2010
Sports Good Science Studio Microsoft Studios
Grand Theft Auto V 17.79 million[58] N/A
  • WW: September 17, 2013
Sandbox game Rockstar North Rockstar Games
Halo 3 14.5 million[59] N/A
  • NA: September 25, 2007
  • AU: September 25, 2007
  • EU: September 26, 2007
First-person shooter Bungie Microsoft
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition 13 million[c][60] N/A
  • WW: May 9, 2012[61]
Sandbox game Mojang/4J Studios Microsoft
Call of Duty: Black Ops 12 million[62] N/A
  • WW: November 9, 2010[63]
  • JP: November 18, 2010(Sub)
  • JP: December 16, 2010(Dub)
First-person shooter Treyarch Activision
Halo 4 9.41 million
  • 6.44 million in the US
  • 2.22 million in the UK
  • 0.04 million in Japan
  • 0.70 million on other regions
November 6, 2012
  • JP: November 8. 2012
First-person shooter 343 Industries Microsoft Studios
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][66] N/A
  • NA: November 7, 2006
  • EU: November 17, 2006
  • AU: November 23, 2006
  • JP: January 18, 2007
Third-person shooter Epic Games Microsoft
Gears of War 2 5 million[67] N/A
  • WW: November 7, 2008[68]
  • JP: July 30, 2009
Third-person shooter Epic Games Microsoft
  • ^ a: As of February 12, 2013, the Kinect sensor has sold 24 million units,[57] 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.[69]

Xbox One

Xbox One
Xbox One games which have sold or shipped at least one million copies [edit]
Title Total copies sold Sales Breakdown Release date Genre Developer Publisher
Halo 5: Guardians 5 million[70] N/A WW: October 27, 2015 First-person shooter 343 Industries Microsoft Studios
Dead Rising 3 1.9 million[71] N/A
  • NA: November 22, 2013
  • PAL: November 22, 2013
Action-adventure, Survival horror Capcom Vancouver Microsoft Studios
Forza Motorsport 5 1 million[72] N/A
  • NA: November 22, 2013
  • PAL: November 22, 2013
Racing Game Turn 10 Studios Microsoft Studios
Forza Motorsport 6 1 million[73] N/A
  • NA: September 15, 2015
  • JP: September 17, 2015
  • EU: September 18, 2015
Racing Game Turn 10 Studios Microsoft Studios
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition 1 million[73] N/A
  • NA: August 25, 2015
  • AU: August 25, 2015
  • EU: August 28, 2015
Third-person shooter The Coalition Microsoft Studios
Rise of the Tomb Raider 1 million[73] N/A
  • NA: November 10, 2015
  • AU: November 10, 2015
  • EU: November 13, 2015
Action-adventure Crystal Dynamics Square Enix


Nintendo

Total games Nintendo has sold as of March 31, 2014: 4.22 billion.[74]

Nintendo Entertainment System

Super Mario Bros. is the best-selling video game on the Nintendo Entertainment System and the fifth best-selling on all platforms, with over 40 million units sold.

The best-selling video game of all-time on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) console, known as the Family Computer (Famicom) in Japan, is Super Mario Bros. First released in Japan on September 18, 1985, it went on to sell over 40 million units worldwide, making it the fifth best-selling video game of all-time.[75] The game's two sequels on the NES are also featured in the top five best-selling games on the platform – Super Mario Bros. 2 sold 7.46 million units to rank fourth, while Super Mario Bros. 3 sold in excess of 17 million copies to rank third.[76] Duck Hunt is the second best-selling game on the NES, selling over 28 million copies worldwide.[77]

A total of 74 NES/Famicom games have sold over a million units. Of those, 31 titles were developed by internal Nintendo development divisions. Aside from these, the developer with the most million-selling games is Capcom, with seven games in the list of 74. Nintendo published 40 of these 74 games. Other publishers with multiple million-selling titles include Capcom (seven games), Bandai, Hudson Soft (both five games), Enix and Namco (both four games). The most popular franchises on NES include Super Mario (67.63 million combined units), Dragon Quest (10.975 million combined units) and The Legend of Zelda (10.89 million combined units).

Video games

Duck Hunt is the second best-selling NES game of all-time, with over 28 million units sold (many of which were bundled with the console).
Super Mario Bros. 3 sold over 17 million units, making it the third best-selling video game on the console.
Super Mario Bros. 2 sold over 7 million units worldwide, making it the fifth best-selling NES video game.
The Legend of Zelda, released in 1986, sold over 6.5 million copies on the NES.
The NES version of Tetris – the best-selling video game of all-time – shipped 5.58 million units.
Dr. Mario, the first puzzle game in the Mario series, is the seventh best-selling NES game with over 4.8 million units sold.
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link has sold over 4.3 million units worldwide, ranking it in the top ten on the NES.
Key
dagger Game was shipped with NES consoles during its lifetime
List of best-selling Nintendo Entertainment System/Family Computer video games
No. Title Developer(s)[a] Publisher(s)[a] Release date Sales Ref.
1 Super Mario Bros. dagger Nintendo R&D4 Nintendo September 13, 1985 40,240,000 [75]
2 Duck Hunt dagger Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo April 21, 1984 28,300,000 [77]
3 Super Mario Bros. 3 dagger Nintendo R&D4 Nintendo October 23, 1988 17,280,000 [76]
4 Super Mario Bros. 2 Nintendo R&D4 Nintendo October 9, 1988 7,460,000 [76]
5 The Legend of Zelda Nintendo R&D4 Nintendo February 21, 1986 6,510,000 [78]
6 Tetris Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo December 22, 1988 5,580,000 [79]
7 Dr. Mario Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo July 27, 1990 4,850,000 [79]
8 Zelda II: The Adventure of Link Nintendo R&D4 Nintendo January 14, 1987 4,380,000 [78]
9 Excitebike Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo November 30, 1984 4,160,000 [80]
10 Golf Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo May 1, 1984 4,010,000 [80]
11 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles dagger Konami Konami May 12, 1989 4,000,000 [81]
12 Dragon Quest III Chunsoft Enix February 10, 1988 3,895,000 [82]
13 Kung-Fu Master Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo October 18, 1985 3,500,000 [80]
14 Baseball Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo December 7, 1983 3,200,000 [83]
15 Dragon Quest IV Chunsoft Enix February 11, 1990 3,180,000 [82]
16 World Class Track Meet dagger TRY Co. Bandai December 23, 1986 3,080,000 [80]
17 Punch-Out!! Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo September 18, 1987 3,020,000 [80]
18 Metroid Nintendo R&D1[b] Nintendo August 6, 1986 2,730,000 [80]
19 Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels Nintendo R&D4 Nintendo June 3, 1986 2,650,000 [80]
20 Ice Hockey Nintendo R&D2 Nintendo January 21, 1988 2,420,000 [84]
21 Pro Wrestling Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo October 13, 1986 2,400,000 [80]
22 Dragon Quest II Chunsoft Enix January 26, 1987 2,400,000 [85]
23 Mario Bros. Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo September 9, 1983 2,280,000 [80]
24 Tennis Nintendo R&D1[c] Nintendo January 14, 1984 2,170,000 [80]
25 Volleyball Nintendo R&D3 Nintendo July 21, 1986 2,150,000 [80]
26 Mahjong Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo August 27, 1983 2,140,000 [80]
27 R.C. Pro-Am Rare Nintendo February 1988 2,140,000 [80]
28 R.B.I. Baseball Namco Namco December 10, 1986 2,050,000 [86]
29 Soccer Intelligent Systems Nintendo April 9, 1985 1,960,000 [80]
30 Rad Racer Square Nintendo
Square
August 7, 1987 1,960,000 [80]
31 Pinball Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo February 2, 1984 1,850,000 [80]
32 Kid Icarus Nintendo R&D1
Tose
Nintendo December 19, 1986 1,760,000 [80]
33 Yoshi Game Freak Nintendo December 14, 1991 1,750,000 [80]
34 Kirby's Adventure HAL Laboratory Nintendo March 23, 1993 1,750,000 [80]
35 DuckTales Capcom Capcom September 14, 1989 1,670,000 [87]
36 Ghosts 'n Goblins Capcom Capcom June 13, 1986 1,640,000 [88]
37 Bases Loaded Tose Jaleco June 26, 1987 1,580,000 [89]
38 Donkey Kong Classics Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo October 1988 1,560,000 [80]
39 F-1 Race HAL Laboratory Nintendo November 2, 1984 1,520,000 [80]
40 Mega Man 2 Capcom Capcom December 24, 1988 1,510,000 [88]
41 Lode Runner Broderbund Hudson Soft July 31, 1984 1,500,000 [90]
42 Ice Climber Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo January 30, 1985 1,500,000 [80]
43 Ninja Hattori-kun Hudson Soft Hudson Soft March 5, 1986 1,500,000 [86]
44 Dragon Quest Chunsoft Enix, Nintendo May 27, 1986 1,500,000 [85]
45 Nintendo World Cup Technōs Japan Nintendo
Technōs Japan
May 18, 1990 1,480,000 [80]
46 4 Nin Uchi Mahjong Hudson Soft Nintendo November 2, 1984 1,450,000 [80]
47 Final Fantasy III Square Square April 27, 1990 1,400,000 [85]
48 Gyromite dagger Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo August 13, 1985 1,320,000 [80]
49 Pro Yakyū Family Stadium '87 Namco Namco December 22, 1987 1,300,000 [86]
50 Hogan's Alley Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo June 12, 1984 1,270,000 [80]
51 Xevious Namco Namco November 8, 1984 1,260,000 [86]
52 Ninja Kid Tose Bandai April 17, 1986 1,250,000 [86]
53 Dragon Power Tose Bandai November 27, 1986 1,250,000 [86]
54 TwinBee Konami Konami January 7, 1986 1,200,000 [86]
55 Ganbare Goemon! Karakuri Dōchū Konami Konami July 30, 1986 1,200,000 [86]
56 Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers Capcom Capcom June 8, 1990 1,200,000 [87]
57 Doraemon Hudson Soft Hudson Soft December 12, 1986 1,150,000 [86]
58 Commando Capcom Capcom September 27, 1986 1,140,000 [88]
59 Donkey Kong Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo July 15, 1983 1,130,000 [80]
60 Yoshi's Cookie Home Data, Tose Nintendo November 21, 1992 1,120,000 [80]
61 Donkey Kong Jr. Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo July 15, 1983 1,110,000 [80]
62 Popeye Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo July 15, 1983 1,100,000 [80]
63 Pro Yakyū Family Stadium '88 Namco Namco December 20, 1988 1,080,000 [86]
64 Mega Man 3 Capcom Capcom September 28, 1990 1,080,000 [88]
65 Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden Tose Bandai February 15, 1989 1,060,000 [86]
66 Tag Team Match: MUSCLE Tose Bandai November 8, 1985 1,050,000 [86]
67 Adventure Island Hudson Soft Hudson Soft September 12, 1986 1,050,000 [86]
68 1942 Capcom Capcom December 11, 1985 1,000,000 [91]
69 Bomberman Hudson Soft Hudson Soft December 20, 1985 1,000,000 [92]
70 Hydlide T&E Soft T&E Soft
FCI
March 18, 1986 1,000,000 [93]
71 Gradius Konami Konami April 25, 1986 1,000,000 [86]
72 Tiger Heli Toaplan
Micronics
Pony Canyon
Acclaim Entertainment
December 5, 1986 1,000,000 [94]
73 Metal Gear Konami Konami
Ultra Games
December 22, 1987 1,000,000 [95]
74 NES Open Tournament Golf Nintendo R&D2 Nintendo September 20, 1991 1,000,000 [80]

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b Only developers and publishers for the original release of each game are listed.
  2. ^ Intelligent Systems worked as additional developers on Metroid.
  3. ^ Intelligent Systems worked as additional developers on Tennis.

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System

North American Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Super Mario World is the best-selling game on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, with worldwide sales in excess of 20 million units.

The best-selling video game of all-time on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) console, known as the Super Famicom (SFC) in Japan, is Super Mario World. First released in Japan on November 21, 1990, it went on to sell over 20 million units worldwide.[1] The second Super Mario game on the SNES, Super Mario All-Stars (which features enhanced remakes of the four Super Mario games originally released for the Nintendo Entertainment System), is the platform's second best-selling game, with sales in excess of 10.5 million copies.[1] Rare's Donkey Kong Country is the third best-selling game on the SNES, while its two follow-ups are also in the top ten.[2]

A total of 48 SNES/Super Famicom games have sold over a million units. Of those, twelve were developed by internal Nintendo development divisions. Aside from these, the developers with the most million-selling games are Capcom and Square, with nine games each in the list of 48. Nintendo published 20 of these 48 games. Other publishers with multiple million-selling titles include Capcom (nine titles), Square (eight titles), Enix (four titles) and Acclaim Entertainment (three titles). The most popular franchises on SNES include Super Mario (46.18 million combined units), Donkey Kong (17.96 million combined units) and Street Fighter (12.4 million combined units).

Video games

Super Mario All-Stars is the second best-selling game on SNES, with sales in excess of 10.5 million units.
Donkey Kong Country has sold over 9 million copies, making it the third best-selling SNES game of all-time.
Super Mario Kart, the Mario series' first racing game, sold over 8.7 million units in total to rank fourth on the SNES.
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior is the fifth best-selling game on SNES and one of Capcom's most popular games of all-time, with over 6 million units sold.
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy Kong's Quest sold over 5 million units.
Key
dagger Game was shipped with SNES consoles during its lifetime
List of best-selling Super Nintendo Entertainment System/Super Famicom video games
No. Title Developer(s)[a] Publisher(s)[a] Release date Sales Ref.
1 Super Mario World dagger Nintendo EAD Nintendo November 21, 1990 20,610,000 [1]
2 Super Mario All-Stars dagger Nintendo EAD Nintendo July 14, 1993 10,550,000 [1]
3 Donkey Kong Country dagger Rare Nintendo November 21, 1994 9,300,000 [2]
4 Super Mario Kart dagger Nintendo EAD Nintendo August 27, 1992 8,760,000 [1]
5 Street Fighter II: The World Warrior dagger Capcom Capcom June 10, 1992 6,300,000 [3]
6 Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy Kong's Quest Rare Nintendo November 20, 1995 5,150,000 [2]
7 The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past dagger Nintendo EAD Nintendo November 21, 1991 4,610,000 [4]
8 Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island dagger Nintendo EAD Nintendo August 5, 1995 4,120,000 [5]
9 Street Fighter II' Turbo: Hyper Fighting Capcom Capcom July 11, 1993 4,100,000 [3]
10 Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! Rare Nintendo November 22, 1996 3,510,000 [2]
11 Final Fantasy VI Square Square April 2, 1994 3,420,000 [6]
12 Killer Instinct dagger Rare Nintendo August 30, 1995 3,200,000 [7]
13 Dragon Quest VI Chunsoft Enix December 9, 1995 3,200,000 [8]
14 Star Fox dagger Nintendo EAD[b] Nintendo February 21, 1993 2,990,000 [2]
15 F-Zero dagger Nintendo EAD Nintendo November 21, 1990 2,850,000 [2]
16 Dragon Quest V Chunsoft Enix September 27, 1992 2,800,000 [8]
17 Final Fantasy V Square Square December 6, 1992 2,450,000 [9]
18 Mario Paint dagger Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo July 14, 1992 2,310,000 [2]
19 Super Mario RPG Square Nintendo March 9, 1996 2,140,000 [2]
20 Chrono Trigger Square Square March 11, 1995 2,030,000 [9]
21 Super Street Fighter II Capcom Capcom June 25, 1994 2,000,000 [3]
22 SimCity Nintendo EAD Nintendo April 26, 1991 1,980,000 [2]
23 Secret of Mana Square Square August 6, 1993 1,830,000 [8]
24 Disney's Aladdin Capcom Capcom November 26, 1993 1,750,000 [10]
25 Super Puyo Puyo Compile Banpresto December 10, 1993 1,700,000 [9]
26 Super Scope 6 Nintendo R&D1 Nintendo February 1992 1,650,000 [2]
27 Mortal Kombat II Sculptured Software Acclaim Entertainment September 9, 1994 1,510,000 [11]
28 Romancing SaGa 2 Square Square December 10, 1993 1,490,000 [8]
29 Final Fight Capcom Capcom December 21, 1990 1,480,000 [3]
30 Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden Tose Bandai March 20, 1993 1,450,000 [9]
31 Final Fantasy IV Square Square July 19, 1991 1,440,000 [9]
32 Kirby Super Star dagger HAL Laboratory Nintendo March 21, 1996 1,440,000 [2]
33 Super Metroid Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
Nintendo March 19, 1994 1,420,000 [2]
34 Dragon Quest III Chunsoft Enix December 6, 1996 1,400,000 [9]
35 Romancing SaGa Square Square January 28, 1992 1,320,000 [8]
36 Romancing SaGa 3 Square Square November 11, 1995 1,300,000 [9]
37 The Lion King Westwood Studios Virgin Interactive December 8, 1994 1,270,000 [11]
38 NBA Jam Iguana Entertainment Acclaim Entertainment March 4, 1994 1,220,000 [11]
39 Mortal Kombat 3 Sculptured Software Acclaim Entertainment October 13, 1995 1,220,000 [11]
40 The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse Capcom Capcom November 20, 1992 1,210,000 [10]
41 Dragon Quest I & II Chunsoft Enix December 18, 1993 1,200,000 [12]
42 Derby Stallion III ASCII Entertainment Nintendo January 20, 1995 1,200,000 [9]
43 Mega Man X Capcom Capcom December 17, 1993 1,160,000 [3]
44 Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 2 Tose Bandai December 17, 1993 1,150,000 [9]
45 Pilotwings Nintendo EAD Nintendo December 21, 1990 1,140,000 [2]
46 Derby Stallion '96 ASCII Entertainment Nintendo March 15, 1996 1,100,000 [9]
47 Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts Capcom Capcom October 4, 1991 1,090,000 [3]
48 Final Fight 2 Capcom Capcom May 22, 1993 1,030,000 [3]

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b Only developers and publishers for the original release of each game are listed.
  2. ^ Argonaut Software worked as additional developers on Star Fox.

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Nintendo 64

Nintendo 64
Nintendo 64 games at least one million copies sold or shipped [edit]
Title Release year Copies sold
Super Mario 64 1996/1997 11.89 million[1][2]
Mario Kart 64 1996/1997 9.87 million[3]
GoldenEye 007 1997 8.09 million[4][5]
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 1998 7.6 million[6]
Super Smash Bros. 1999 5.55 million[7]
Diddy Kong Racing 1997 4.43 million approximately: 3.78 million in US and PAL,[8] 653,928 in Japan[9]
Pokémon Stadium 1999 3.97 million approximately: 3.16 million in US,[10] 710,765 in Japan,[9] 100,000 in UK[11]
Donkey Kong 64 1999 3.77 million approximately: 2.67 million in US,[10] 1.1 million in Japan[12]
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 2000 3.36 million[6]
Star Fox 64 1997 3.32 million approximately: 2.76 million in US,[10] 565,222 in Japan[9]
Banjo-Kazooie 1998 3.30 million approximately: 1.8 million in US,[10] 1.1 million in EU, 400,000 in Japan[9]
Banjo-Tooie 2000 3 million[13]
Pokémon Snap 1999 2.72 million approximately: 2.22 million in US,[10] 498,155 in Japan[9]
Perfect Dark 2000 2.52 million[14]
WCW/nWo Revenge 1998 2.38 million in US[10]
Mario Party 2 1999 2.33 million approximately: 1.26 million in US,[10] 1.07 million in Japan[12]
Pokémon Stadium 2 2000 2.15 million approximately: 1.14 million in Japan,[12] 1.01 million in US[10]
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2000 2.11 million in US[10]
Wave Race 64 1996 2.1 million approximately: 1.95 million in US,[10] 154,682 in Japan[9]
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire 1996 2.008 million approximately: 1.98 million in US,[10] 28,038 in Japan[9]
Yoshi's Story 1997 1.95 million approximately: 1.1 million in US,[10] 852,846 in Japan[9]
Mario Party 1998 1.94 million approximately: 1.23 million in US,[10] 714,358 in Japan[9]
Star Wars Episode I: Racer 1999 1.80 million approximately: 1.71 million in US,[10] 87,826 in Japan[9]
Mario Tennis 2000 1.77 million approximately, 1.1 million in Japan,[12] 669,958 in US[15]
Cruis'n USA 1996 1.74 million in US[10]
WCW vs. nWo: World Tour 1997 1.69 million in US[10]
Mario Party 3 2000 1.64 million approximately, 1.02 million in Japan,[12] 624,468 in US[15]
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 1998 1.634 million approximately: 1.59 million in US,[10] 44,337 in Japan[9]
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards 2000 1.61 million approximately: 1.07 million in Japan,[12] 541,600 in US[15]
007: The World Is Not Enough 2000 1.55 million in US[10]
WWF No Mercy 2000 1.5 million in US[10]
WWF WrestleMania 2000 1999 1.48 million in US[10]
Hey You, Pikachu! 1998 1.47 million approximately, 744,870 in Japan, 721,720 in US[15]
Namco Museum 64 1999 1.45 million in US[10]
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil 1998 1.40 million approximately: 1.14 million in US,[10] 13,683 in Japan;[9] 1.4 million shipped[16]
1080° Snowboarding 1998 1.25 million approximately: 1.23 million in US,[10] 23,908 in Japan[9]
Turok: Dinosaur Hunter 1997 1.2 million[17]
Kobe Bryant in NBA Courtside 1998 1.19 million[17][18]
Pilotwings 64 1996 1.12 million[19]
Mario Golf 1999 1.005 million approximately: 534,283 in US, 470,779 in Japan[15]

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


Nintendo GameCube

GameCube video games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies [edit]
Title Release year Copies sold
Super Smash Bros. Melee 2001 7.09 million[21]
Mario Kart: Double Dash‼ 2003 7 million approximately[22]
Super Mario Sunshine 2002 6.31 million[22]
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker 2002 3.07 million[23]
Metroid Prime 2002 2.82 million[24]
Luigi's Mansion 2001 2.64 million approximately: 2.19 million in US,[10] 348,918 in Japan,[25] 100,000 in UK[11]
Animal Crossing 2001 2.32 million approximately: 1.68 million in US,[10] 641,300 in Japan[25]
Mario Party 4 2002 2 million approximately: 1.1 million in US,[10] 902,827 in Japan[25]
Mario Party 7 2005 1.86 million approximately,[26]
Pokémon Colosseum 2003 1.81 million approximately: 1.15 million in US,[10] 656,270 in Japan[25]
Sonic Adventure 2 Battle 2001 1.73 million approximately: 1.44 million in US,[10] 192,186 in Japan,[25] 100,000 in UK[11]
Resident Evil 4 2005 1.69 million[27]
Mario Party 6 2004 1.65 million[28][29]
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door 2004 1.64 million approximately: 1.23 million in US,[10] 409,600 in Japan[25]
Super Mario Strikers 2005 1.61 million[26]
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess 2006 1.59 million[30]
Mario Party 5 2003 1.5 million approximately: 807,331 in US,[31] 697,462 in Japan[25]
Sonic Mega Collection 2002 1.45 million approximately: 1.38 million in US,[10] 72,967 in Japan[25]
Resident Evil 2002 1.42 million[27]
Resident Evil Zero 2002 1.29 million[27]
Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness 2005 1.25 million[26]
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour 2003 1.22 million approximately: 1.03 million in US,[10] 192,802 in Japan[25]
Pikmin 2001 1.19 million approximately: 680,000 in US,[32] 507,011 in Japan[25]
Kirby Air Ride 2003 1.17 million approximately: 750,000 in US,[33] 422,311 in Japan[25]
Soulcalibur II 2002 1.1 million approximately: 1 million in US,[10] 99,256 in Japan[25]
Star Fox Adventures 2002 1.06 million approximately: 800,000 in US,[34] 259,069 in Japan[25]

As of December 31, 2009, 208.57 million copies of GameCube video games have been sold.[20]

Wii

Wii
Nintendo Wii games which have sold or shipped at least five million copies [edit]
Title Total copies sold Release date Genre Developer Publisher
Wii Sports 82.79 million[35][b]
  • NA: November 19, 2006
  • JP: December 2, 2006
  • AU: December 7, 2006
  • EU: December 8, 2006
Sports Nintendo EAD (Group 2) Nintendo
Mario Kart Wii 36.83 million[35][a][b]
  • JP: April 10, 2008[36]
  • EU: April 11, 2008
  • AU: April 24, 2008
  • NA: April 27, 2008
  • KOR: April 30, 2009
Racing Nintendo EAD (Group 1) Nintendo
Wii Sports Resort 32.99 million[35][a][b] Sports Nintendo EAD (Group 2) Nintendo
New Super Mario Bros. Wii 29.90 million[35][b] Platform Nintendo EAD (Group 4) Nintendo
Wii Play 28.02 million[35][a]
  • JP: December 2, 2006
  • EU: December 8, 2006
  • NA: February 12, 2007
Nintendo EAD (Group 2) Nintendo
Wii Fit 22.67 million[35][a] Fitness Nintendo EAD (Group 5) Nintendo
Wii Fit Plus 21.12 million[35] Fitness Nintendo EAD (Group 5) Nintendo
Super Smash Bros. Brawl 13.15 million[35]
  • JP: January 31, 2008
  • NA: March 9, 2008
  • AU: June 26, 2008
  • EU: June 27, 2008[53]
Fighting, action, platform Ad hoc development team Nintendo
Super Mario Galaxy 12.72 million[35]
  • JP: November 1, 2007
  • NA: November 12, 2007
  • EU: November 16, 2007[54]
  • AU: November 29, 2007
Platform Nintendo EAD (Group 1) Nintendo
Wii Party 9.24 million[35]
  • JP: July 8, 2010
  • NA: October 3, 2010
  • EU: October 8, 2010
Nd Cube, Nintendo SPD (Group 4) Nintendo
Mario Party 8 8.85 million[55]
  • NA: May 29, 2007
  • EU: June 22, 2007
  • UK: July 13, 2007
  • AU: July 19, 2007[56]
  • JP: July 26, 2007
  • KOR: November 6, 2008
Party Hudson Soft Nintendo
Super Mario Galaxy 2 7.67 million[57] Platform Nintendo EAD (Group 1) Nintendo
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess 7.26 million[62]
  • NA: November 19, 2006
  • JP: December 2, 2006
  • AU: December 7, 2006
  • EU: December 8, 2006
Action-adventure Nintendo EAD (Group 3) Nintendo
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games 7.09 million[63]
  • NA: November 6, 2007
  • AUS / JP: November 22, 2007
  • EU: November 23, 2007
Sports Sega Sports R&D
Donkey Kong Country Returns 6.53 million[57]
  • NA: November 21, 2010
  • AU: December 2, 2010
  • EU: December 3, 2010
  • JP: December 9, 2010
Platform Retro Studios, Nintendo Nintendo
Link's Crossbow Training 5.79 million[64][a] Shooter Nintendo EAD (Group 3) Nintendo
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games 5.67 million[63]
  • NA: October 13, 2009
  • AUS / JP: November 5, 2009
  • EU: October 16, 2009
Sports Sega Sports R&D
Just Dance 2 5 million[69]
  • 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.[70]

Total Virtual Console games sold as of December 31, 2007: over 10 million[71]

Wii U

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
Mario Kart 8[72] 8.26 million[73] 1.05 million in Japan[74]

4.07 million overseas[74]

  • JP: May 29, 2014
  • EU / NA: May 30, 2014
  • AU: May 31, 2014
Racing Nintendo EAD Group No. 1 Nintendo
New Super Mario Bros. U[75] 5.62 million[73] N/A
  • NA: November 18, 2012
  • PAL: November 30, 2012
  • JP: December 8, 2012
Platform Nintendo EAD Nintendo
Super Mario 3D World 5.47 million[73] N/A
  • JP: November 21, 2013
  • NA: November 22, 2013
  • EU: November 29, 2013
  • AU: November 30, 2013
Platform Nintendo EAD
1-UP Studio
Nintendo
Nintendo Land[76] 5.16 million[73] N/A
  • NA: November 18, 2012
  • PAL: November 30, 2012
  • JP: December 8, 2012
Party Nintendo EAD Group No. 2 Nintendo
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U 5.16 million[73] 0.64 million in Japan[74]

2.75 million overseas[74]

  • NA: November 21, 2014
  • EU: November 28, 2014
  • JP: December 6, 2014
Fighting Sora Ltd.
Bandai Namco Entertainment
Nintendo
Splatoon 4.76 million[73] 1.37 million in Japan[73]

2.70 million overseas[73]

  • JP: May 28, 2015
  • NA/EU: May 29, 2015
  • AU: May 30, 2015
Third-person shooter Nintendo EAD Nintendo
Super Mario Maker 3.89 million[73] 0.88 million in Japan[73]

2.46 million overseas[73]

  • NA: September 11, 2015
  • EU: September 11, 2015
  • AU: September 12, 2015
  • JP: September 10, 2015
Level editor, Platform Nintendo EAD Nintendo
New Super Luigi U 2.89 million[73] 0.14 million in Japan[77]

1.62 million overseas[77]

DLC
  • WW: June 20, 2013
Retail
  • JP: July 13, 2013
  • EU: July 26, 2013
  • AU: July 27, 2013
  • NA: August 25, 2013
Platform Nintendo EAD Nintendo
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD 2.11 million[73] N/A Digital
  • NA: September 20, 2013
Retail
  • JP: September 26, 2013
  • EU / NA: October 4, 2013
  • AU: October 5, 2013
Action-adventure Nintendo EAD Group No. 3 Nintendo
Mario Party 10 2.04 million[73] N/A
  • NA: March 20, 2015
  • EU: March 20, 2015
  • AU: March 21, 2015
  • JP: March 12, 2015
Party Nd Cube
Nintendo SPD
Nintendo
Wii Party U 1.58 million[73] 0.81 million in Japan[77]

0.54 million overseas[77]

  • NA: October 25, 2013
  • EU: October 25, 2013
  • AU: October 26, 2013
  • JP: October 31, 2013
Party Nd Cube
Nintendo SPD
Nintendo
Yoshi's Woolly World 1.37 million[78] N/A
  • JP: July 16, 2015
  • EU: June 26, 2015
  • AU: June 25, 2015
  • NA: October 16, 2015
Platform Good-Feel Nintendo
Hyrule Warriors 1 million[79] N/A
  • JP: August 14, 2014
  • EU: September 19, 2014
  • AU: September 20, 2014
  • NA: September 26, 2014
Action, hack and slash Omega Force
Team Ninja
Pokkén Tournament 1 million[80] N/A
  • WW: March 18, 2016
Fighting Bandai Namco Studios The Pokémon Company

Total Wii U games sold as of December 31, 2016: 96.52 million[81]


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[82]
Pokémon Red and Blue 23.64 million approximately: 10.23 million in Japan,[12] 9.85 million in US,[10] 3.56 million in UK[citation needed]
  • Pokémon Red (4.83 million in US,[10] 300,000 in UK)[83]
  • Pokémon Blue (5.02 million in US,[10] 300,000 in UK)[83]
Pokémon Gold and Silver 23 million;[84] 7.6 million in the US,[10] over 7 million in Japan,[85] 600,000 in the UK[83]
  • Pokémon Gold (at least 7.45 million: 3.75 million in the US,[10] 3.4 million in Japan,[12] 300,000 in the UK)[83]
  • Pokémon Silver (at least 7.66 million: 3.85 million in the US,[10] 3.51 million in Japan,[12] 300,000 in the UK)[83]
Super Mario Land 18.06 million[86][2]
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins 11.09 million[2][87]
Pokémon Yellow 8.86 million approximately: 5.1 million in US,[10] 3.16 million in Japan,[12] 600,000 in UK[88]
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening 6.05 million approximately: 3.83 million,[6] 2.22 million for the DX version[6]
Kirby's Dream Land 5.13 million
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages 3.965 million[6]
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons 3.964 million[6]
Pokémon Crystal 3.85 million approximately: 2.1 million in Japan,[12] 1.65 million in US,[10] 100,000 in UK[11]
Pokémon Trading Card Game 3 million approximately: 1.51 million in US,[10] 1.39 million in Japan,[12] 100,000 in UK[11]
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe 2.8 million in US[10]
Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters 4: Battle of the Powerful Duelists 2.5 million in Japan[12]
Dragon Warrior Monsters 2.41 million approximately; 2.35 million in Japan,[12][89] 60,000 in the US[90]
Kirby's Dream Land 2 2.36 million
Dr. Mario 2.08 million in Japan[12]
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 1.6 million in Japan[12]
Dragon Warrior Monsters 2 1.593 million in Japan[89][91]
Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 1.59 million in Japan[12]
Tamagotchi 1.45 million in Japan[12]
Tamagotchi 2 1.45 million in Japan[12]
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters II: Dark Duel Stories 1.45 million in Japan[12]
DuckTales 1.43 million[27]
Yakuman 1.28 million in Japan[12]
Pokémon Pinball 1.22 million approximately: 1.02 million in Japan,[12] 200,000 in UK[92]
Kirby's Pinball 1.12 million in Japan[12]
The Final Fantasy Legend 1.1 million in Japan;[12] 1.37 million shipped[89]
Mahjong 1.1 million in Japan[12]
Donkey Kong Country 1.08 million in Japan[12]
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters III: Tri-Holygod Advent 1 million[93]

Total Game Boy and Game Boy Color games sold as of December 31, 2009: 501.11 million.[20]


Game Boy Advance

Game Boy Advance SP
The Game Boy Advance
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[94] N/A
Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen 11.82 million N/A
Pokémon Emerald 6.32 million[95] N/A
Mario Kart: Super Circuit 5.91 million[96] N/A
Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 4.179 million
(approximately)
  • 3.16 million in US[10]
  • 919,234 in Japan[97]
  • 100,000 in UK[11]
Super Mario Advance 3.938 million
(approximately)
  • 2.85 million in US[10]
  • 887,505 in Japan[97]
  • 200,000 in UK[92]
Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 3.698 million
(approximately)
  • 2.88 million in US[10]
  • 718,207 in Japan[97]
  • 100,000 in UK[11]
Namco Museum 2.96 million 2.96 million in US[10]
Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire 2.5 million[98] N/A
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team 2.2 million[95] N/A
Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 2.196 million
(approximately)
  • 1.58 million in US[10]
  • 515,633 in Japan[97]
  • 100,000 in UK[11]
Kirby: Nightmare in Dreamland 2.1 million
(approximately)
  • 1.12 million in US[10]
  • 832,901 in Japan[97]
  • 150,453 in Europe
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Four Swords 2.024 million
(approximately)
  • 1.63 million in US[10]
  • 293,989 in Japan[97]
  • 100,000 in UK[11]

Total Game Boy Advance games sold as of March 31, 2009: 377.42 million.[99][100]

Nintendo DS

Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS Lite
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. 30.80 million[101] N/A Platform game May 15, 2006 Nintendo EAD (Group 4) Nintendo
Nintendogs (all versions) 23.96 million[101] N/A Pet-raising simulator April 21, 2005 Nintendo EAD (Group 1) Nintendo
Mario Kart DS 23.60 million[101] N/A Racing game November 15, 2005 Nintendo EAD (Group 1) Nintendo
Brain Age 19.01 million[101] N/A Puzzle, Educational May 19, 2005 Nintendo SPD Nintendo
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl 17.64 million[101] N/A Role-playing game September 28, 2006 Game Freak Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
Pokémon Black and White 15.62 million[101] N/A Role-playing game September 18, 2010 Game Freak Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
Brain Age 2 14.88 million[101] N/A Puzzle, Educational December 29, 2005 Nintendo SDD Nintendo
Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver 12.72 million[101] N/A Role-playing game September 12, 2009 Game Freak Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
Animal Crossing: Wild World 11.75 million[101] N/A Social simulation game November 23, 2005 Nintendo EAD (Group 2) Nintendo
Super Mario 64 DS 11.06 million[101] N/A Platform game November 21, 2004 Nintendo EAD Comprehensive Group Nintendo
Mario Party DS 8.90 million[102] N/A Party, Minigame November 8, 2007 Hudson Soft Nintendo
Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 7.97 million[103] N/A Role-playing game June 23, 2012 Game Freak Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
Pokémon Platinum 7.69 million[104] N/A Role-playing game September 13, 2008 Game Freak Nintendo, The Pokémon Company
Big Brain Academy 6.61 million[105] 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.[70]

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 16.06 million[106] N/A
  • WW: October 12, 2013
Role-playing Game Freak Nintendo
Mario Kart 7 14.82 million[106] N/A
  • JP: December 1, 2011
  • EU: December 2, 2011
  • AU: December 3, 2011
  • NA: December 4, 2011
Racing Nintendo EAD and Retro Studios Nintendo
Pokémon Sun and Moon 14.69 million[106] N/A
  • WW: November 18, 2016
  • EU: November 23, 2016
Role-playing Game Freak Nintendo
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire 13.68 million[106] N/A
  • JP: November 21, 2014 (2014-11-21)
  • NA: November 21, 2014 (2014-11-21)
  • AU: November 21, 2014 (2014-11-21)
  • EU: November 28, 2014 (2014-11-28)
Role-playing Game Freak Nintendo
Super Mario 3D Land 11.17 million[106] 1.88 million in Japan[107]

3.85 million in US[108]

  • JP: November 3, 2011
  • NA: November 13, 2011
  • EU: November 18, 2011
  • AU: November 24, 2011
Platform Nintendo EAD Nintendo
New Super Mario Bros. 2 11.09 million[106] N/A
  • JP: July 28, 2012
  • EU: August 17, 2012
  • AU: August 18, 2012
  • NA: August 19, 2012
Platform Nintendo EAD Nintendo
Animal Crossing: New Leaf 10.45 million[106] N/A
  • JP: November 8, 2012
  • NA: June 9, 2013
  • EU: June 14, 2013
  • AU: June 15, 2013
Life simulation Nintendo EAD Nintendo
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS 8.59 million[106] N/A
  • JP: September 13, 2014
  • NA: October 3, 2014
  • EU: October 3, 2014
  • AU: October 4, 2014
Fighting Sora Ltd. and Bandai Namco Entertainment Nintendo
Tomodachi Life 5.58 million[106] N/A
  • JP: April 18, 2013
  • NA: June 6, 2014
  • EU: June 6, 2014
  • AU: June 7, 2014
Life simulation Nintendo SPD Nintendo
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon 5.20 million[106] 0.83 million in Japan

1.92 million overseas[109]

  • NA: March 24, 2013
  • JP: March 20, 2013
  • EU: March 28, 2013
  • AU: March 28, 2013
Action-adventure Nintendo SPD and Next Level Games Nintendo
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D 4.52 million[106] 1 million in US[108] Action-adventure Nintendo EAD and Grezzo Nintendo
Monster Hunter 4 4.1 million[112] 4 million in Japan[113]
  • JP: September 14, 2013
Action role-playing Capcom Capcom
Monster Hunter Generations 4.1 million[114] 3.2 million in Japan
  • JP: November 28, 2015
  • NA: July 15, 2016
  • EU: July 16, 2016
Action role-playing Capcom Capcom
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate 4 million[115] 2.7 million[112] in Japan

1 million overseas[116]

  • NA: February 13, 2015
  • EU: February 13, 2015
  • AU: February 14, 2015
  • JP: October 11, 2014
Action role-playing Capcom Capcom
Nintendogs + Cats 3.96 million[106] N/A
  • JP: February 26, 2011
  • NA: March 27, 2011
  • EU: March 25, 2011
Pet-raising simulation Nintendo EAD Nintendo
Yo-Kai Watch 2: Ganso and Honke 3.1 million[117] 3.1 million in Japan
  • JP: July 10, 2014
Role-playing Level-5 Level-5
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer 3.04 million[118] 1.45 million in Japan

1.48 million overseas

  • NA: September 25, 2015
  • JP: July 2, 2015
  • EU: October 2, 2015
Life simulation Nintendo Nintendo
Yo-Kai Watch 2: Shin'uchi 2.61 million[119] 2.61 million in Japan
  • JP: December 13, 2014
Role-playing Level-5 Level-5
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds 2.51 million[77] 0.47 million in Japan[77]

2.04 million overseas[77]

  • NA: November 22, 2013
  • EU: November 22, 2013
  • AU: November 23, 2013
  • JP: December 26, 2013
Action-adventure Nintendo EAD Nintendo
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate 2.5 million[112] N/A
  • JP: December 10, 2011
  • NA: March 19, 2013
  • EU: March 22, 2013
Action role-playing Capcom and Eighting Capcom
Paper Mario: Sticker Star 2.21 million[120] 0.54 million in Japan[121]

1.28 million overseas[121]

  • NA: November 11, 2012
  • JP: December 6, 2012
  • EU: December 7, 2012
  • AU: December 8, 2012
Role-playing Nintendo SPD, Intelligent Systems and Vanpool Nintendo
Yo-Kai Watch Busters: Red Cat Team and White Dog Squad 2.2 million[122] 2.2 million in Japan
  • JP: July 11, 2015
Role-playing Level-5 Nintendo
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team 2.08 million[77] 0.47 million in Japan[77]

1.61 million overseas[77]

  • EU: July 12, 2013
  • AU: July 13, 2013
  • JP: July 18, 2013
  • NA: August 11, 2013
Role-playing AlphaDream and Good-Feel Nintendo
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D 2.03 million[123] N/A
  • NA: February 13, 2015
  • EU: February 13, 2015
  • JP: February 14, 2015
  • AU: February 14, 2015
Action-adventure Nintendo EAD and Grezzo Nintendo
Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS 2.01 million[124] 1.04 million in Japan

0.97 million overseas

  • JP: December 1, 2016
  • NA: December 2, 2016
  • EU: December 2, 2016
  • AU: December 3, 2016
Level editor, platform Nintendo EAD Nintendo
Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright and Conquest 1.84 million[118] N/A
  • JP: June 25, 2015
  • NA: February 19, 2016
  • EU: May 20, 2016
  • AU: May 21, 2016
Tactical role-playing Intelligent Systems and Nintendo SPD Nintendo
Fire Emblem Awakening 1.79 million[125] N/A
  • JP: April 19, 2012
  • NA: February 4, 2013
  • EU: April 19, 2013
  • AU: April 20, 2013
Tactical role-playing Intelligent Systems and Nintendo SPD Nintendo
Kirby: Triple Deluxe 1.78 million[123] N/A
  • NA: May 2, 2014
  • EU: May 16, 2014
  • JP: January 11, 2014
Platform HAL Laboratory Nintendo
Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D 1.52 million[77] 0.37 million in Japan[77]

1.16 million overseas[77]

  • NA: May 24, 2013
  • EU: May 24, 2013
  • AU: May 25, 2013
  • JP: June 13, 2013
Platform Retro Studios and Monster Games Nintendo
Puzzle & Dragons Z: Pazudora Z 1.5 million[126] N/A
  • JP: December 12, 2013
Puzzle GungHo Online Entertainment GungHo Online Entertainment
Monster Hunter XX 1.36 million[127] 1.36 million in Japan
  • JP: March 18, 2017
Action role-playing Capcom Capcom
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance 1.32 million[128] N/A
  • JP: March 29, 2012
  • EU: July 20, 2012
  • AU: July 26, 2012
  • NA: July 31, 2012
Action role-playing Square Enix Square Enix
Kirby: Planet Robobot 1.32 million[129] 0.49 million in Japan[129]

0.59 million overseas[129]

  • NA: June 10, 2016
  • EU: June 10, 2016
  • AU: June 11, 2016
  • JP: April 28, 2016
Action, Platform HAL Laboratory Nintendo
Yo-kai Watch 3: Sushi and Tempura 1.30 million[130] 1.30 million in Japan
  • JP: July 16, 2016
Role-playing Level-5 Level-5
Yo-kai Watch 1.29 million[131] 1.29 million in Japan
  • JP: July 11, 2013
  • NA: November 6, 2015
  • EU: April 29, 2016
  • AU: December 5, 2015
Role-playing Level-5 Nintendo
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past 1.23 million[132] 1.23 million in Japan
  • JP: February 7, 2013
  • NA: September 16, 2016
  • EU: September 16, 2016
  • AU: September 17, 2016
Role-playing Heartbeat and ArtePiazza Square Enix
Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon 1.22 million[118] N/A
  • JP: September 17, 2015
  • NA: November 20, 2015
  • EU: February 19, 2016
  • AU: February 20, 2016
Roguelike Spike Chunsoft Nintendo and The Pokémon Company
Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins 1.2 million[77] 1.19 million overseas[77]
  • NA: April 21, 2013
  • EU: April 26, 2013
  • AU: April 27, 2013
  • JP: March 5, 2015
Action-adventure TT Fusion Nintendo
Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition 1.2 million[112] N/A Fighting Capcom and Dimps Capcom
Kid Icarus: Uprising 1.18 million[134] N/A
  • NA: March 23, 2012
  • JP: March 22, 2012
  • EU: March 23, 2012
  • AU: March 29, 2012
Third-person shooter, shoot 'em up Project Sora and Sora Ltd. Nintendo
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes 1.14 million[118] N/A
  • NA: October 23, 2015
  • JP: October 22, 2015
  • EU: October 23, 2015
  • AU: October 24, 2015
Action-adventure Nintendo and Grezzo Nintendo
Mario Party: Island Tour 1.14 million[77] 0.82 million overseas[77] 0.32 million in Japan[77]
  • NA: November 22, 2013
  • EU: January 17, 2014
  • AU: January 18, 2014
  • JP: March 20, 2014
Party Nd Cube Nintendo
Mario Tennis Open 1.11 million[121] 0.34 million in Japan[121]

0.74 million overseas[121]

  • NA: May 20, 2012
  • JP: May 24, 2012
  • AU: May 24, 2012
  • EU: May 25, 2012
Sports Camelot Software Planning Nintendo
Pokémon Rumble Blast 1.08 million[135] 0.32 million in Japan

0.76 million overseas

  • NA: October 24, 2011
  • EU: December 2, 2011
  • JP: August 11, 2011
Action RPG, beat 'em up Ambrella The Pokémon Company
Bravely Default 1 million[136] 0.4 million in Japan

0.6 million overseas

  • NA: February 7, 2014
  • JP: October 11, 2012
  • EU: December 6, 2013
  • AU: December 7, 2013
Role-playing Silicon Studio and Square Enix Nintendo
Fantasy Life 1 million[137] N/A
  • JP: December 27, 2012
  • NA: October 24, 2014
  • EU: September 26, 2014
  • AU: September 24, 2014
Role-playing Level-5 Nintendo
Monster Strike 1 million[138] 1 million in Japan
  • JP: December 17, 2015
Role-playing Mixi Nintendo

Total Nintendo 3DS games sold as of January 30, 2017: 320.96 million units.[139]


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[140]
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 6 million[141]
Disney's Aladdin 4 million[142]
NBA Jam at least 1.93 million in the US[10]
Mortal Kombat II at least 1.78 million in the US[10]
Street Fighter II′: Special Champion Edition 1.65 million[27]
Altered Beast at least 1.4 million in the US[143]
Sonic & Knuckles at least 1.24 million in the US[10]
Mortal Kombat 3 1.02 million in US[10]
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 at least 1.02 million in the US[10]
Jurassic Park more than 1 million[144]
Ms. Pac-Man more than 1 million in US[145]
NFL '98 more than 1 million in US[146]
NFL Football '94 more than 1 million[144]
Sonic Spinball more than 1 million[144]
X-Men more than 1 million[144]
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers 1 million in US[147][148]

Sega Saturn

Sega Saturn games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Copies sold
Virtua Fighter 2 Over 2.5 million; 1.7 million in Japan,[12] at least 500,000 bundled in US,[149] 200,000 sold in US in December 1995[150]
Sega Rally Championship 1.2 million[151]
Virtua Cop Over 1 million. 620,528 in Japan,[152] at least 500,000 bundled in US.[153]
Daytona USA Over 1 million. 546,228 in Japan,[152] at least 500,000 bundled in US.[153]

Dreamcast

Dreamcast games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Copies sold
Sonic Adventure 2.5 million[154]
Soulcalibur 1.3 million[155]
Crazy Taxi 1.225 million approximately: 1.11 million in the US,[10] 115,039 in Japan[156]
Shenmue 1.2 million[157]
Resident Evil Code: Veronica 1.14 million[27]
NFL 2K 1.13 million in the US[10]
NFL 2K1 1.01 million in the US[10]

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[158][159] N/A
  • JP: December 23, 1997
  • NA: April 30, 1998
  • EU: May 8, 1998
Driving simulator Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment
Final Fantasy VII 10 million[160] 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[158][159] 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[161]
  • 3.24 million in the US[10]
  • 1.4 million in Japan[12]
  • JP: March 26, 1998
  • NA: April 29, 1998
  • EU: September 1998
3D fighting game Namco Namco
Final Fantasy VIII 8.15 million[89] N/A
  • JP: February 11, 1999
  • NA: September 7, 1999
  • EU: October 27, 1999
  • AU: 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[1] 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[1] N/A
  • EU: November 1, 1997
  • NA: 1997
  • JP: January 22, 1998
Action-adventure game Core Design Eidos Interactive
Crash Bandicoot: Warped 7.13 million[162] 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[163] N/A
  • JP: September 3, 1998
  • NA: October 21, 1998
  • EU: February 26, 1999
Stealth game Konami Computer Entertainment Japan Konami
Tomb Raider 7 million (may include multiplatform sales)[164] N/A
  • NA: November 15, 1996
  • EU: November 25, 1996
  • JP: February 14, 1997
Action-adventure game Core Design Eidos Interactive
Crash Bandicoot 6.82 million[162] 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 (may include PC sales)[165] N/A
  • NA: November 21, 1998
  • EU: 1998
  • JP: March 4, 1999
Action-adventure game Core Design Eidos Interactive
Final Fantasy IX 5.3 million[89] 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[10]
  • 1.3 million in Japan[12]
  • NA: October 31, 1997
  • JP: December 18, 1997
  • EU: December 1997
Platform game Naughty Dog Sony Computer Entertainment
Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation 5 million (may include multiplatform sales)[165] N/A
  • NA: November 22, 1999
  • EU: 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[166] N/A Action-adventure/sandbox game Rockstar North Rockstar Games
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec 14.89 million[168]
  • 7.14 million in North America[168]
  • 1.89 million in Japan[168]
  • 5.85 million in Europe[168]
  • JP: April 28, 2001
  • NA: July 9, 2001
  • EU: July 20, 2001
Driving simulation Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment
Gran Turismo 4 11.76 million[168]
  • 3.47 million in North America[168]
  • 6.83 million in Europe[168]
  • 1.27 million in Japan[168]
  • 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[10]
  • 410,293 in Japan[169]
  • 1 million in the UK[170]
  • NA: October 27, 2002
  • AU: 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[10]
  • 358,917 in Japan[169]
  • 1 million in the UK[170]
  • NA: October 22, 2001
  • AU: 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[171] N/A
  • NA: November 12, 2001
  • JP: November 29, 2001
  • EU: March 8, 2002
Stealth Action KCEJ Konami
Final Fantasy X 6.6 million[172] N/A
  • JP: July 19, 2001
  • NA: December 17, 2001
  • AU: May 17, 2002
  • EU: May 24, 2002
Role-playing video game Square JP Square
NA Square EA
PAL SCEE
Tekken 5 6 million[173]
  • 4 million in Europe[173]
  • JP: March 31, 2005
  • NA: February 24, 2005
  • EU: June 24, 2005
Fighting game Namco Namco
Final Fantasy XII 5.2 million shipped[174]
  • 2.4 million in Japan[175]
  • 1.7 million in the US[10]
  • 1.1 million in Europe[176]
  • JP: March 16, 2006
  • NA: October 31, 2006
  • AU: 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.[177] Total PlayStation 2 games sold between April 1, 2007 and March 31, 2012: 297.5 million.[178] 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 4

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[27]
Gran Turismo 4.66 million[179]
Monster Hunter Freedom Unite 3.6 million[27]
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[180]
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories 2,725,507 approximately: 2 million in US,[181] 125,507 in Japan,[182] 600,000 in UK[88]
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII 2.59 million approximately; 830,000 in Japan, 710,000 in North America,[183][184] 550,000 in Europe[184]
Monster Hunter Freedom 2 2.4 million[27]
Daxter 2.3 million[185]
Tekken: Dark Resurrection 2.2 million[186]
Dissidia: Final Fantasy 1.81 million[187]
Need for Speed: Most Wanted 5-1-0 1.32 million approximately: 1.1 million in US,[181] 200,000 in UK,[92] 27,151 in Japan[182]
Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition 1.3 million approximately: 1.1 million in US,[181] 200,000 in UK[92]
Monster Hunter Freedom 1.3 million[27]
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep 1.27 million[188]
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[180]
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories 1.13 million approximately; 950,000 in US,[181] 100,000 in UK,[11] 80,420 in Japan[182]
Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 1 million[189]
Tekken: Dark Resurrection 1 million[190]
Wipeout Pure 1 million[191]

Total PlayStation Portable games sold as of March 31, 2012: 330.2 million.[192]

PlayStation Vita

PlayStation Vita games that have sold or shipped at least one million copies
Title Copies sold
Minecraft 1.1 million retail copies in Japan[193]

PC

PC games for Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Linux platforms that have sold or shipped at least five million copies. Expansion packs are not used in the calculation of the sales figure for the original game (with the exception of StarCraft and Guild Wars).

PC games for Microsoft Windows, macOS, 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 25 million[194] N/A Minecraft May 17, 2009[n 2] Sandbox, Survival game Mojang Mojang, Microsoft
World of Warcraft 14 million[197] [n 4][better source needed] N/A Warcraft November 23, 2004 MMORPG Blizzard Entertainment Blizzard Entertainment
Diablo III 12 million[198][n 5] N/A Diablo May 15, 2012 Action RPG, hack and slash dungeon crawl Blizzard Entertainment Activision Blizzard
Counter-Strike 12.5 million[citation needed] Steam release Counter-Strike June 19, 1999 First-person shooter Valve Corporation Valve Corporation
The Sims 11.24 million[199] N/A The Sims February 4, 2000 Simulation Maxis Electronic Arts
StarCraft 11 million[200][better source needed] N/A StarCraft March 31, 1998 Real-time strategy Blizzard Entertainment Blizzard Entertainment
Garry's Mod 10 million[201] Steam release November 29, 2006 Sandbox Facepunch Studios Facepunch Studios
Half-Life 2 9.4 million[202][better source needed]

Steam release

N/A Half-Life November 16, 2004 First-person shooter Valve Corporation Valve Corporation (digital distribution)
Sierra Entertainment (retail)
Half-Life 9.3 million[203][better source needed] N/A Half-Life November 19, 1998 First-person shooter Valve Corporation Sierra Entertainment
The Sims 3 7.72 million[199] N/A The Sims June 2, 2009 Simulation The Sims Studio Electronic Arts
Terraria 7.5 million[204][unreliable source?] N/A Terraria May 16, 2011 Action-adventure Re-Logic Re-Logic
Guild Wars 6.5 million[better source needed] 6.5 million in North America, Europe and Asia[205] Guild Wars April 28, 2005 Competitive online RPG ArenaNet NCsoft
Myst 6 million[206][better source needed] N/A Myst September 24, 1993 Graphic adventure, puzzle Cyan Brøderbund
The Sims 2 6 million[207] N/A The Sims September 14, 2004 Simulation Maxis Electronic Arts
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty 6 million[208] N/A StarCraft July 27, 2010 Real-time strategy Blizzard Entertainment Activision Blizzard
Civilization V 5.8 million[209] N/A Civilization September 21, 2010 Turn-based strategy, 4X Firaxis Games 2K Games & Aspyr
The Sims 4 5 million[210][better source needed] 5 million+ copies sold worldwide The Sims September 2, 2014 Simulation Maxis Electronic Arts
Guild Wars 2 5 million [211] 7 million+ accounts created (include Free to Play Accounts)[212] Guild Wars August 28, 2012 MMORPG ArenaNet NCsoft


Mobile phone

See also: Mobile game
Title Copies sold
Tetris 425 million[213]
Minecraft: Pocket Edition 30 million[214]
Angry Birds 12 million[215]
Block Breaker Deluxe 8 million[216]
Sonic the Hedgehog 8 million in US and Europe[217]
Fruit Ninja 6 million[218]
Doodle Jump 5 million[219]
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years 3 million[220]
Plague Inc. 2 million on iOS[221]
Flight Control 2 million[222]
Pocket God 2 million[223]
Brain Challenge 1.5 million[224]
Flick Fishing 1.3 million[225]
Bubble Bash 1 million[216]
Coin Stack 2600 1 million in South Korea[226]
Cut the Rope 1 million[227]
Doom RPG 1 million[228]
Guitar Hero III Mobile 1 million[229]
Super Bomberman 1 million[230]

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[231]
Space Invaders 360,000[232]
Street Fighter II 200,000[n 6]
Donkey Kong 132,000[233]
Ms. Pac-Man 125,000[234][235]
Asteroids 100,000[235][236]
Defender 60,000[237][238]
Centipede 55,988[239]
Galaxian 40,000 in the US[240]
StarHorse2 38,614[n 7]
Donkey Kong Jr. 30,000 in the US[233]
Mr. Do! 30,000 in the US[248]
Tempest 29,000[249]
Mortal Kombat II 27,000[250]
Beatmania 25,000[251]
Q*bert 25,000[252]
Mortal Kombat 24,000[250]
Robotron: 2084 23,000[249]
Dig Dug 22,228 in the US[239]
Pole Position 21,000 in the US[249]
Popeye 20,000 in the US[253]
Out Run 20,000[254]
Pump It Up 20,000[255]
Missile Command 20,000[256]
Jungle Hunt 18,000 in the US[257]
Dragon's Lair 16,000[258]
Berzerk 15,780[259]
Scramble 15,136 sold by Stern in North America[259]
Battlezone 15,122[260]
Stargate 15,000[249]
Mushiking: King of the Beetles 13,500[261]
Mahjong Fight Club 3 13,000[262]
Sega Network Mahjong MJ4 12,892[n 8]
Star Wars 12,695[239]
Super Cobra 12,337 sold by Stern in North America[259]
Space Duel 12,038[239]
Pong 8500–19,000[264][265]
Breakout 11,000[260]
Oshare Majo: Love and Berry 10,300[243]
Sea Wolf 10,000[266]

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[267] Windows, Macintosh
ARMA 2: Operation Arrowhead 2010 3.5 million[268] Windows
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade 2007 3.5 million[269] Windows, Macintosh
World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor 2014 3.3 million[270] Windows, Macintosh
World of Warcraft: Legion 2016 3.3 million[271] Windows, Macintosh
World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King 2008 2.8 million[272] Windows, Macintosh
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls 2014 2.7 million[273] Windows, Macintosh
World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria 2012 2.7 million[274] Windows, Macintosh
Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare 2010 2 million[275] PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Crysis Warhead 2008 1.5 million[276] Windows
Half-Life: Opposing Force 1999 1.1 million[277] Windows, Macintosh
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm 2013 1.1 million[278] Windows, Macintosh
Diablo II: Lord of Destruction 2001 1 million[279] Windows, Macintosh
StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void 2015 1 million[280] Windows, Macintosh

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ All sale figures for the all platforms lists are taken from the other lists unless otherwise noted.
  2. ^ a b Although Minecraft was first publicly available on May 17, 2009,[195] and the 1.0 version on November 18, 2011, the first version of Minecraft which required a paid account was first publicly available on December 23, 2009,[196] therefore it started accumulating sales on that year.
  3. ^ Number may include Reaper of Souls sales.
  4. ^ 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.
  5. ^ This excludes the 1.2 million copies given away as part of Blizzard's World of Warcraft annual pass offer.
  6. ^ Street Fighter II:
  7. ^ StarHorse2:
    • From April 2005 to March 2007: 18,079 units
      • StarHorse2: New Generation – 7,819 units from April 2005 to June 2006 (6,020 units in fiscal year ended March 2006,[241] and 1,799 units during April–June 2006)[242]
      • StarHorse2: Second Fusion - 10,260 units from April 2006 to March 2007 (8,105 conversion kits during April–December 2006,[243] and 2,155 body and satellite units in fiscal year ending March 2007)[244]
      • From April 2007 to March 2008: 10,275 units (756 body and satellite units of StarHorse2: Second Fusion during April–September 2007,[245] and 9,519 conversion kits in fiscal year ended March 2008)[246]
      • From April 2009 to December 2009: 10,657 units of StarHorse2: Fifth Expansion[247]
  8. ^ Sega Network Mahjong MJ4:
    • Fiscal year ended March 2008: 10,427[246]
    • Fiscal year ended March 2009: 2,465[263]

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