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This is a list of highest-grossing console games by software sales revenue. It is a list of revenues grossed by console games. This list only includes console games that have grossed at least $100 million.

For overall gross revenues across all platforms (including arcades, consoles, computers, mobiles, and online transactions), see List of best-selling video games by gross revenues. For alternative sales criteria, see List of best-selling video games by software sales figures.


Sales revenues

Title Revenue (million USD) (without inflation) Release year Revenue as of (year) Source(s) Revenue (million USD) (2014 inflation)[1]
Flag of Japan Wii Sports
(worldwide, incl. bundled copies)[n 1]
5194.1 2006 2013 [n 2] 6097
Flag of Japan Wii Fit 4427 2007 2013 [n 4] 5052
Flag of Japan Super Mario Bros.
(incl. bundled copies)[6]
1563.03 1985 1990 [n 6] 3335.2
Flag of Japan Street Fighter II 1880.1 1992 2009 [n 8] 3170
Flag of Japan Super Mario World
(incl. bundled copies)
1731 1990 2001 [n 9] 3135
Flag of Japan Wii Sports Resort (incl. bundled copies) 2841.3 2009 2013 [n 11] 3134
Flag of Japan Mario Kart Wii (incl. bundled copies) 2833 2008 2013 [n 13] 3125
Flag of Japan Pokémon Red/Green/Blue/Yellow 1976 1996 2008 [n 15] 2981
Flag of Japan Wii Sports Resort (pre-bundle) 2683.3 2009 2012 [n 10] 2960
Flag of Japan Gran Turismo 5 2500 2007 2013 [20] 2713
Flag of Japan Wii Play 2216 2006 2012 [n 16] 2601
Flag of Japan Mario Kart Wii (pre-bundle) 2270.32 2008 2011 [n 12] 2504
Flag of Japan Super Mario Bros. 3 1246 1988 1995 [n 17] 2493
Flag of Japan Pokémon Gold & Silver 1726 1999 2011 [n 18] 2452
Flag of Japan Sonic the Hedgehog
(incl. bundled copies)
1387.41 1991 1993 [n 19] 2410
Flag of Japan New Super Mario Bros. Wii 2171 2009 2013 [27] 2395
Flag of Japan Duck Hunt 1048 1984 [28] 2387
Flag of Japan New Super Mario Bros. 1774 2006 2013 [n 20] 2082
Flag of the United Kingdom Grand Theft Auto V 1949 2013 2014 [29] 1949
Flag of Japan Super Mario 64 1049.44 1996 2001 [n 21] 1583
Flag of the Soviet Union Tetris 904 1989 1993 [n 22] 1481
Flag of the United States Call of Duty: Black Ops II 1392 2012 2013 [32][33] 1414
Flag of the United States Call of Duty: Black Ops 1270 2010 2011 [34] 1336
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy VII 835 1997 2009 [35] 1231
Flag of the United States Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 1165 2009 2011 [36] 1225
Flag of the United States The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 1109 2011 2013 [37] 1127
Flag of the United Kingdom Grand Theft Auto IV 1019.8 2008 2010 [n 23] 1107
Flag of Japan Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec 822.34 2001 2008 [n 24] 1099
Flag of the United States Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock 1000 2007 2009 [42] 1099
Flag of the United States Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 1000 2011 2011 [n 25] 1052
Flag of the United States Call of Duty: Ghosts 1000 2013 2013 [44] 1016
Flag of Japan Dragon Quest V 567.04 1992 2012 [n 26] 956
Flag of the United Kingdom Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 866.33 2004 2008 [n 27] 952
Flag of Japan Super Mario Bros.
(Japan, non-bundled)
429.03 1985 1987 [n 5] 944
Flag of Japan Dragon Quest III 465 1988 2000 [n 28] 930
Flag of Japan Dragon Quest IV 506 1990 2012 [n 29] 916
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy X 662 2001 2013 [n 30] 885
Flag of Japan Tekken 3 575 1998 [n 31] 835
Flag of Japan Dragon Quest VI 522.1 1995 2012 [49] 811
Flag of Japan Tekken 2 528 1996 [n 32] 797
Flag of Japan Super Mario Bros. 2 (USA) 399.5 1988 1990 [50] 799
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy VIII 560 1999 2004 [n 33] 795
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy VI 498 1994 2007 [51] 795
Flag of Japan The Legend of Zelda 361.1 1986 2003 [n 34] 780
Flag of Japan Super Mario Kart 439.92 1992 1993 [n 35] 742
Flag of Japan Pac-Man 298.32 1982 1982 [n 36] 732
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy IV 416.03 1991 2009 [58] 723
Flag of the United States Rock Band 670.7 2007 2011 [59] 706
Flag of Japan Super Mario Land 361.2 1989 1993 [60] 690
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy XII 581 2006 [61] 682
Flag of Japan Pokémon X & Y 671.2 2013 2013 [62] 682
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy XIII 610.2 2009 2012 [63] 673
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy V 397 1992 2008 [n 37] 669
Flag of Japan Chrono Trigger 429.0042 1995 2012 [n 38] 666
Flag of Japan Super Mario World
(Japan, excl. bundled copies)
367 1990 1996 [13] 665
Flag of Japan Alex Kidd in Miracle World 305.1 1986 2012 [65] 659
Flag of Japan Dragon Quest VII 478.31 2000 2013 [n 39] 657
Flag of Japan Sonic The Hedgehog 2
(Mega Drive & Game Gear)
347.2 1992 [n 40] 585
Flag of Japan Resident Evil 2 (PlayStation) 398 1998 [n 42] 578
Flag of Japan Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty 425 2001 2008 [n 43] 568
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy III 310 1990 2012 [68] 561
Flag of Japan Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins 332.6 1992 1993 [8][69][70] 561
Flag of the United Kingdom Grand Theft Auto IV 500 2008 2008 [71] 550
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy IX 378.2 2000 2004 [n 44] 520
Flag of Japan Donkey Kong 208.04 1982 1983 [n 45] 510
Flag of Japan Metal Gear Solid 349.4 1998 [n 46] 507
Flag of Japan The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past 287 1991 1993 [n 47] 499
Flag of Japan Sonic the Hedgehog
(Mega Drive, excl. bundled copies)
271.41 1991 1992 [26] 472
Flag of the United States Halo 2 399.92 2004 2006 [n 48] 469
Flag of Japan Animal Crossing: New Leaf 454 2012 2013 [76] 468
Flag of Japan Space Invaders
(Atari 2600)
150 1980 1981 [77] 431
Flag of Japan Resident Evil 4 351.43 2005 2011 [78][79] 426
Flag of Japan Star Fox 240 1993 1993 [80][81] 393
Flag of Japan Dragon Quest II 181.1 1987 [82] 377
Flag of Japan Secret of Mana 218.1 1993 2004 [83] 357
Flag of Japan Nintendo Color TV Game 15 89 1977 [84] 348
Flag of Japan New Super Mario Bros. U 309 2012 2013 [85] 318
Flag of the United Kingdom GoldenEye 007 250 1997 2004 [86] 313
Flag of Japan Professor Layton and the Curious Village 268.43 2007 2009 [87] 306
Flag of Japan Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 160 1989 1990 [88][89] 305
Flag of Japan Wii Sports
(Japan, excl. bundled copies)
240 2006 2012 [3] 282
Flag of Japan Monster Hunter 4 278 2013 2013 [90] 282
Flag of Japan Zelda II: The Adventure of Link 131.4 1987 [91] 274
Flag of Japan Sonic & Knuckles 157.32 1994 1995 [92] 251
Flag of Japan Streets of Rage 139.3 1991 [93] 242
Flag of Japan The King of Fighters '95 145.02 1995 [94] 225
Flag of Sweden Minecraft 219.89 2012 2014 [95] 219.89
Flag of Japan Nintendo Color TV Game 6 55 1977 [96] 215
Flag of Japan Sonic the Hedgehog 3 126.112 1994 [97] 201
Flag of Japan Final Fantasy II 98.37 1988 2012 [98] 197
Flag of Japan Sonic CD 110.3 1992 [99] 186
Flag of Japan Kirby's Dream Land 109.95 1992 1993 [100] 185
Flag of Japan Metroid 84.4 1986 [n 49] 182
Flag of Japan Samurai Shodown / Samurai Spirits 111.5 1993 1995 [101] 183
Flag of Japan Chrono Cross 128 1999 [n 50] 182
Flag of Japan Bayonetta 152.3 2009 2012 [102] 168
Flag of the United States Mortal Kombat 100 1992 1993 [348] 164
Flag of Japan Super Mario 3D World 159.13 2013 2013 [103] 162
Flag of Japan Pilotwings 87 1990 1992 [104] 158
Flag of Japan Tokimeki Memorial: Forever With You 100.1 1995 2006 [105] 155
Flag of Canada Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon 152 2013 2013 [106] 154
Flag of Japan Samurai Shodown II
(Neo Geo, cartridge)
92 1994 [107] 147
Flag of Japan The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds 137 2013 2013 [108] 139
Flag of Japan Metal Gear 64.1 1987 [n 51] 134
Flag of Japan Xenogears 86 1998 2004 [110] 125
Flag of Japan Sakura Wars 81.64 1996 2006 [n 52] 123
Flag of Japan New Super Luigi U 117 2013 2013 [112] 119
Flag of Japan Yakuza 2 95.1121 2006 [n 53] 112
Flag of Japan Shenmue 78.23 1999 2001 [113][114] 111
Flag of Japan Portopia Serial Murder Case 50 1985 [115] 110
Flag of Japan Valkryia Chronicles 96.3 2008 [n 54] 106
Flag of Japan Pilotwings 64 70 1996 1996 [117][118] 106
Flag of Japan Xenoblade Chronicles 94.2 2010 2014 [119] 102

Notes

  1. Due to Wii Sports coming bundled with the Wii outside of Japan, this figure includes the copies bundled with the Wii outside of Japan, assuming the official Japanese price for each unit sold.
  2. Wii Sports revenue: 81.99 million units[2] at ¥4800 ($63.35)[3] each = $5.1941 billion
  3. Wii Fit (original) sales revenue:
    • Prices:
    • December 2007 to March 2010: 22.61 million units = $2813 million
      • Japan: 5.36 million units at $116 each = $622 million
        • December 2007 to March 2008: 1.85 million
        • April 2008 to March 2009: 1.58 million
        • April 2009 to March 2010: 1.93 million
      • Overseas: 17.25 million units at $127 (mean average EU/UK/US price) each = $2191 million
    • April 2010 to March 2012: 60,000 (22.67 million - 22.61 million) units at $124 (mean average EU/JP/UK/US price) each = $7.44 million
  4. Wii Fit (original and Plus) sales revenue:
  5. 5.0 5.1 Super Mario Bros. (non-bundled) in Japan: 6.81 million[11] cartridges at ¥5145 ($63) each
  6. Super Mario Bros. sales revenue: 40.24 million[7][8] cartridges
    • Japan (not bundled) - 6.81 million cartridges = $429.03 million[n 5]
    • Overseas (including North America bundles) - 33.43 million cartridges at $34 (mean average price) each = $1134 million
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 Street Fighter II sales:[9]
  8. Street Fighter II revenues
    • Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (SNES) - 6.5 million units[n 7] = $661 million
      • Japan: 2.9 million[11] units at ¥10,290 ($126) each = $365.4 million
      • UK: 450,000 units at £64.99 [1] ($130) each = $59 million
      • Remaining 3.15 million units at $74.99 = $236.22 million
  9. Super Mario World sales revenue:20.6 million[8][12] cartridges = $1731 million
    • Japan: 3.55 million cartridges (non-bundled) = $367 million[13]
    • Overseas: 17.05 million cartridges (including North American bundles) at £39.99 ($80) each = $1364 million
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 Wii Sports Resort sales revenue: 30.14 million[18] units = $2683.3 million
  11. Wii Sports Resort total revenue:
    • Pre-bundle - 30.14 million units = $2683.3 million[n 10]
    • Post-bundle - 1.75 million units (31.89 million[2] - 30.14 million) at $90 (mean average price)[n 10] each = $158 million
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Mario Kart Wii:
    • Prices:
    • Sales: 28.23 million[21] units = $2270.32 million
      • Japan: 3.32 million units at $76 each = $252.32 million
        • April 2008 to March 2009: 2.3 million units = $150 million
        • April 2009 to March 2010: 430,000 units = $28 million
        • April 2010 to March 2011: 530,000 units[22] = $34.5 million
        • April-June 2011: 60,000 units[22] = $4 million
      • Overseas: 24.91 million units at $81 (mean average AU/UK/US price) each = $2018 million
  13. Mario Kart Wii (incl. bundled copies) revenue:
    • Pre-bundle (until June 2011) - 28.23 million units = $2270.32 million[n 12]
    • Post-bundle (after June 2011) - 7.03 million units at $80 (mean average price)[n 12] each = $562.4 million
  14. Pokémon Red/Green/Blue/Yellow sales for Game Boy:
  15. Pokémon Red/Green/Blue/Yellow sales revenue:
    • Pokémon Red/Green/Blue/Yellow (Game Boy) - 32.9 million units[n 14] = $1326.101 million
      • Japan: 13.39 million million units at ¥4095 ($46) each = $616 million
      • United States: 14.95 million units at $34.99 each = $523.101 million
      • United Kingdom: 4.56 million units at $41 (mean average between US and Japan prices) each = $187 million
    • Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen (Game Boy Advance) - 11.82 million units[17] at $53.33 (mean average price) each = $630.4 million
    • Pokémon Red/Green/Blue/Yellow (Virtual Console) - 1.5 million units at $12.50 (average price) each = $19 million
  16. Wii Play sales revenue:
    • Prices:
    • December 2006 to March 2010: 27.38 million units = US$2166.44 million
      • Japan: 2.88 million units at US$63 each = US$181.44 million
      • Overseas: 24.5 million units at US$81 (mean average AU/UK/US price) each = US$1985 million
    • April 2010 to March 2012: 640,000 (28.02 million[18] - 27.38 million) units at US$77 (mean average AU/JP/UK/US price) each = US$49.3 million
  17. Super Mario Bros. 3, revenue:
    • 18 million units sold worldwide.[23] By April 1993, 4 million units in Japan and 7 million units in the US.[24]
    • Japan: 4 million units at ¥6825 ($84) each = $336 million
    • US: 7 million units at $49.99 [6] [7] each = $350 million
    • Elsewhere: 7 million units at £39.99 ($80) each = $560 million
  18. Pokémon Gold & Silver sales revenue:
  19. Sonic the Hedgehog (incl. bundled copies) revenue:
    • Mega Drive / Genesis - $1029.41 million
      • Total 15 million units sold [8]
      • Non-bundled copies: 4.34 million units = $271.41 million[26]
      • Bundled copies: 10.66 million units at average mean price (between US, UK and Japan) price of $71.10 each[26] = $758 million
    • Master System - 5.96 million units at £29.99 ($60) each = $358 million
      • Master System console bundles in Europe, for £99.99 each, from 1992 to 1994 [9][10] [11] (since Sonic the Hedgehog was bundled from October 1991 onwards) - 2.96 million units
        • France: 600,000 units
        • Germany: 330,000 units
        • Italy: 180,000 units
        • Netherlands: 100,000 units
        • Spain: 350,000 units
        • United Kingdom: 750,000 units
        • Rest of Western Europe: 650,000 units
      • Master System console bundles in Brazil - Packaged with consoles since late 1991. During 1996-2012, at least 3 million Master System bundles including Sonic the Hedgehog have been sold.
  20. New Super Mario Bros. revenue: 30.38 million units = $1774 million
  21. Super Mario 64 sales revenues: 11.62 million[8] units
    • Japan: 1.92 million[11] units at ¥10,920 ($107) each = $205.44 million
    • Overseas: 9.7 million units at $87 (mean average price) each = $844 million
  22. Tetris sales revenue:
  23. [38][39]
  24. [40][41]
  25. [12][43]
  26. Dragon Quest V sales revenue:
    • Super Famicom: 2.9 million units (2.8 million units in Japan[11] [13] and 10,000 units overseas) [14]) at ¥9600 [15] ($110) [16] each = $320 million
    • PlayStation 2: 1.65 million units [17] at ¥8190 [18] ($92) [19] each = $152 million
    • Nintendo DS: [20] $95.04 million
      • Japan: 1,360,752 units at ¥5490 [21] ($61.44)[45] each = $84 million
      • North America: 150,000 units at $39.99 [22] each = $6 million
      • Europe: 70,000 units [23] at £29.99 [24] ($60) [25] each = $4.2 million
      • Rest of the world: 10,000 units at NZ$99.95 [26] (US$84) [27] each = $840,000
  27. 17.33 million units,[46] at $49.99 each.[28]
  28. Dragon Quest III revenue:
    • Dragon Quest III on Famicom: 3.8 million units at ¥6500 each [29] = 3.8 million x $68 = $260 million
    • Dragon Warrior III on NES: 95,000 units [30] at $54.99 each [31] = $5.2241 million
    • Dragon Quest III on Super Famicom: 1.4 million units,[11] at ¥8700 [32] ($100) [33] each = $140 million
    • Dragon Quest III on Game Boy Color in Japan: 814,883 units [34] at ¥6400 [35] ($73.30) each [36] = $59.731 million
  29. Dragon Quest IV sales revenues:
    • NES: $309.8 million
      • 3.1 million units of Dragon Quest IV in Japan at ¥8500 each [37] = 3.1 million x $97.34 [38] = $302 million
      • 80,000 units of Dragon Warrior IV in the US [39] at ¥8500 ($97.34) each = $7.8 million
    • Playstation: 1.2 million units[11] at ¥7140 [40] ($80.1) [41] each = $96.12 million
    • Nintendo DS: [42] $100 million
      • Japan: 1.27 million units at ¥5490 [43] ($61.44)[45] each = $78.03 million
      • North America: 290,000 units at $39.99 [44] each = $12 million
      • Europe: 150,000 units [45] at £29.99 [46] ($60) [47] each = $9 million
      • Rest of the world: 10,000 units at NZ$99.95 [48] (US$84) [49] each = US$840,000
  30. Final Fantasy X sales revenue:
    • Final Fantasy X (PS2) - 6.6 million units = $605 million
      • Japan: 2.87 million[47] units at ¥9240 ($104) each = $299 million
      • Overseas: 3.73 million units at $82 (mean average price) each = $306 million
    • Final Fantasy X International (PS2) - 240,940 units at ¥8190 ($92) = $22.2 million
    • Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster (PS3 & PSV) - 439,393 units at ¥6800 ($78) each = $34.3 million
  31. Tekken 3 revenue:
    • Japan: 1.4 million units[11] at ¥6090 [50] ($75.10) [51] each = $105.14 million
    • Overseas: 7.1 million units[48] = $469.76 million
      • North America: 3.27 million units [52] at $44.99 [53] each = $147.12 million
      • Europe and elsewhere: 3.83 million units at £39.99 [54] ($84.24) [55] each = $322.64 million
  32. Tekken 2 revenue:
    • Japan: 1.37 million units[11] at ¥6090 [56] ($75.10) [57] each = $103
    • Overseas: 4.38 million units [58] = $425 million
      • North America: 2.26 million units at $49.99 [59] each = $113 million
      • Europe and elsewhere: 2.12 million units at £69.99 [60] ($147.43) [61] each = £148.4 million = $312 million
  33. Final Fantasy VIII sales revenue:
    • 8.15 million units:[47]
      • Japan: 3.7 million units at ¥8190 [62] ($91.10) [63] each = $337.1 million
      • Overseas: 4.45 million units at $49.99 [64] each = $222.5 million
        • Europe: 1.72 million units [65] at £29.99 each = £52 million = $84 million [66]
        • North America and elsewhere: 2.73 million units at $49.99 each = $136.5 million
  34. The Legend of Zelda sales revenue: 6.51 million[52] units
    • 1.91 million[11] units at ¥4900 ($60) each = $115 million
    • Overseas 4.6 million units at $53.49 [67] each = $246.1 million
  35. 8 million units,[53] at $54.99 each.[68]
  36. Pac-Man, retail sales:
  37. Final Fantasy V sales revenue:
    • Super Famicom: 2.45 million units,[11] at ¥11,000 [70] ($122.20) [71] each = $299.4 million
    • PlayStation: $82 million
      • Final Fantasy V: 170,000 units [72] at ¥5040 [73] ($56) [74] each = $10 million
      • Final Fantasy Collection: 450,000 units [75] at ¥7140 [76] ($79.30) [77] each = $36 million
      • Final Fantasy Anthology: 800,000 units [78] at $44.99 [79] each = $36 million
    • Game Boy Advance: [80] $15.4 million
      • Japan: 260,000 units at ¥5040 [81] ($56) [82] each = $15 million
      • Overseas: 10,000 units at £18.73 [83] ($39) [84] each = $400,000
  38. Chrono Trigger revenue:
    • Chrono Trigger, SNES & PlayStation: 2.65 million units[47] = $341.0042 million
      • Super Famicom: 2.03 million units[11] at ¥11,970 [85] ($148) [86] each = $300.44 million
      • SNES: 290,000 units at $76.98 [87] each = $22.3242 million
      • PlayStation: 330,000 units at ¥5040 [88] ($55.26) [89] each = $18.24 million
    • Final Fantasy Chronicles, PlayStation: 520,000 units [90] at $39.95 [91] each = $21 million
    • Chrono Trigger, Nintendo DS:[64] [92] = $67 million
      • Japan: 491,864 units [93] at ¥5040 [94] ($67) [95] each = $33 million
      • North America: 520,000 units at $39.99 [96] each = $21 million
      • Europe: 116,406 units [97] at £29.99 [98] ($61.01) [99] each = $7.102 million
      • Elsewhere: 70,000 units at AU$70 [100] (US$77.40) [101] each = US$5.42 million
  39. Dragon Quest VII sales revenue:
    • PlayStation (2000) release: $391.31 million
      • Japan: 4.11 million units[47] at ¥8190 [102] ($91) [103] each = $374.01 million
      • Overseas: 360,000 units [104] at $47.99 [105] each = $17.3 million
    • Nintendo 3DS (2013) release: $87 million
  40. Sonic the Hedgehog 2 sales revenue:
    • Mega Drive / Genesis version: 6.03 million units [106] = $345.2 million
      • Japan: 400,000 units [107] at ¥6800 [108] ($78) [109] each = $31.2 million
      • North America: 4.47 million units at $49.99 [110] each = $223.5 million
      • Europe and elsewhere: 1.39 million units at £39.99 [111] ($64.40) [112] each = £56 million = $90 million
    • Game Gear version: 43,621 units [113] at ¥3800 [114] ($43.42) [115] each = $2 million
  41. Business Strategies & IR Data: Platinum Titles. Capcom Co., Ltd (September 30, 2010). Archived from the original on July 4, 2011 Retrieved on November 2, 2010.
  42. Resident Evil 2, PlayStation revenues:
    • 5.77 million overall sales[n 41]
    • Biohazard 2 sales in Japan: 2.3 million units[11] at ¥6800 [116] ($90) [117] each = $207 million
    • Resident Evil 2 sales overseas: 3.47 million units at $54.99 [118] [66] each = $191 million
  43. Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, revenue:
    • 7 million sales worldwide as of 2002.[67]
    • Japan: 870,000 units [119] (844,165 by 2002) [120] at ¥7140 [121] ($82) [122] each = $71.34 million
    • Europe: 2.01 million units [123] at £44.99 [124] ($72.42) [125] each = £90.43 million = $146 million
    • North America and elsewhere: 4.15 million units at $49.99 [126] each = $207.5 million
  44. Final Fantasy IX sales revenue:
    • Japan: 2.79 million units[47] at ¥8190 [127] ($91.10) [128] each = $254.2 million
    • North America: 1.62 million units [129] at $39.99 [130] each = $65 million
    • Europe and elsewhere: 910,000 units [131] at £39.99 [132] ($64.40) [133] each = £36.4 million = $59 million
  45. Donkey Kong cartridge sales revenue:
    • Coleco version: $154 million in 1982[72]
    • Famicom version in Japan: 1 million units[73] at ¥4725 [134] each = $54.04 million
  46. Metal Gear Solid, revenue:
    • Japan: 891,802 units [135][136] at ¥6090 [137] ($67.12) [138] each = $60 million
    • Overseas: 6.03 million units [139] at $47.99 [140] each = $289.4 million
  47. 4.61 million[74] cartridges
    • Japan: 1.16 million[11] cartridges at ¥8000 ($98) each = $114 million
    • Overseas: 3.45 million cartridges at $49.99 each = $173 million
  48. 8 million copies[75] at $49.99 [141] each
  49. Metroid sales revenue: 2.73 million units (2004 CESA Games White Paper (Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association): 58–63. 2003-12-31. )
    • Japan: 1.04 million units[11] at ¥2600 [142] ($32.10) [143] each = $33.4 million
    • Overseas: 1.69 million units at $29.99 [144] each = $51 million
  50. Chrono Cross sales revenue:
    • Japan: 860,000 units[47] at ¥7140 [145] ($94.30) [146] each = $81.1 million
    • Overseas: 1.16 million units [147] at $39.99 [148] each = $46.4 million
  51. Metal Gear revenue:
    • Metal Gear (1987) on NES - 1 million units in the United States,[109] at $34.87 each = $35 million
    • Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence (2005) on PS2 - $29.1 million
  52. Sakura Wars sales revenue:
    • Sakura Wars (1996) on Sega Saturn: 552,417 units [149] at ¥7140 [150] ($88.01) [151] each = $49 million
    • Sakura Wars (2000) on Sega Dreamcast: 109,686 units[111] at ¥7140 [152] ($88.01) each = $10 million
    • Sakura Wars: Atsuki Chishio Ni (2003) on PS2: 240,380 units [153] at ¥7140 [154] ($88.01) each = $21.2 million
    • Sakura Wars 1 & 2 (2006) on PSP: 21,410 units [155] at ¥5040 [156] ($67) [157] each = $1.44 million
  53. Yakuza 2 sales revenue: [158]
    • Yakuza 2 on PlayStation 2: $83.3 million
      • North America: 50,000 units at $34.99 [159] each = $2 million
      • Europe: 160,000 units at £29.99 [160] ($63.20) [161] each = £5 million = $10.1121 million
      • Japan and elsewhere: 880,000 units at ¥7140 [162] ($94.30) [163] = $83 million
    • Yakuza 1 & 2 HD on PlayStation 3: 92,658 units [164] at ¥5229 [165] ($60) [166] = $6 milion
  54. Valkryia Chronicles sales revenue:[116]
    • North America: 630,000 units at $59.99 [167] each = $38 million
    • Japan and elsewhere: 462,623 units at ¥9505 [168] ($126) [169] each = $58.3 million

References

  1. CPI Inflation Calculator. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved on 2012-02-22.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Nintendo Top Selling Software Sales Units: Wii. Nintendo (2014-03-31). Retrieved on 2014-05-31.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.78 million units (3.77 million until 2012 and 10,000 in 2013) at ¥4800 ($63.35) each
  4. 4.0 4.1 Wii Fit to cost £70
  5. Wii Fit Plus sales revenue: 20.86 million units = $1606.41 million
  6. An unknown number of Super Mario Bros. cartridges came bundled with the Nintendo Entertainment System in North America, hence this figure includes copies bundled with the NES in North America. It was not bundled in Japan or Europe.
  7. Best-Selling Video Games. Guinness World Records. Archived from the original on 2006-03-17 Retrieved on 2008-01-31.
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  9. Platinum Titles. Capcom. Retrieved on 2010-08-21.
  10. 10.0 10.1 John Diamonon (2008-12-18). Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix achieves record breaking sales. Capcom Unity. http://www.capcom-unity.com/johndmoney/blog/2008/12/18/super_street_fighter_ii_turbo_hd_remix_achieves_record_breaking_sales. Retrieved 2009-02-14. 
  11. 11.00 11.01 11.02 11.03 11.04 11.05 11.06 11.07 11.08 11.09 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 11.15 11.16 11.17 11.18 11.19 11.20 11.21 Japan Platinum Game Chart. The Magic Box. Retrieved on 2008-05-22.
  12. The Nintendo Years: 1990 2. Next-Gen.biz (2007-06-25). Retrieved on 2007-06-27.
  13. 13.0 13.1 3.55 million cartridges at $103) each
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 US Platinum Videogame Chart. The Magic Box (2007-12-27). Retrieved on 2008-08-03.
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 ELSPA Sales Awards: Platinum. Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association. Archived from the original on May 15, 2009 Retrieved on 2009-01-18.
  16. ELSPA Sales Awards: Double Platinum. Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association. Retrieved on 2009-01-18.
  17. Financial Results Briefing for Fiscal Year Ended March 2008 (PDF). Nintendo (2008-04-25). Retrieved on 2008-04-25.
  18. 18.0 18.1 Supplementary Information:Financial Results Briefing for Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 2012 (PDF). Nintendo (2012-04-27). Retrieved on 2012-07-20.
  19. Mean average price between ¥4800 and ¥5800
  20. http://fortune.com/2013/12/06/gran-turismo-6-300-million-launch-focuses-on-ps3/
  21. Supplementary Information about Earnings Release 7. Nintendo (2011-07-29). Retrieved on 2011-07-29.
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 Supplementary Information about Earnings Release (PDF). Nintendo (2011-04-26). Retrieved on 2011-04-26.
  23. "Super Mario Bros voted greatest computer game ever". The Daily Telegraph (London). 2008-07-27. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/2463142/Super-Mario-Bros-voted-greatest-computer-game-ever.html. Retrieved 2009-07-13. 
  24. Sheff, David (April 27, 1993). "A New Leader of the Club". Game Over: How Nintendo Zapped an American Industry, Captured Your Dollars, and Enslaved Your Children (1st ed.). Random House. pp. 3–5. ISBN 0-679-40469-4. 
  25. Brian Ashcraft (May 7, 2009). Pokemon Gold And Silver Getting DS Remakes. Kotaku. Retrieved on 2011-08-06.
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 Sonic the Hedgehog (non-bundled) sales revenue:
  27. New Super Mario Bros. Wii:
  28. 28.31 million at ¥4500 ($37) each
  29. Grand Theft Auto V:
  30. Computer game Tetris celebrates 25 years. Daily Telegraph (June 6, 2009). Retrieved on 2012-08-23.
  31. Tetris: From Russia With Love. Director/Producer: Magnus Temple; Executive Producer: Nick Southgate. BBC. BBC Four. Event occurs at 51:23. "The real winners were Nintendo. To date, Nintendo dealers across the world have sold 8 million Tetris cartridges on the Nintendo Entertainment system."
  32. 23.2 million units at $59.99 each
  33. http://investor.activision.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=725026
  34. Call of Duty: Black Ops, revenues
    • Game sales: $1 billion in 2010 [172]
    • Map packs: $270 million as of September 2011 [173]
  35. Final Fantasy VII sales revenue:
  36. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, revenues
    • Game sales: $1 billion in 2009 [174]
    • Map packs: $165 million as of September 2011 [175]
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  38. James Orry. GTA 4 sales reach 17 million. Videogamer.com. Retrieved on 2012-09-25.
  39. http://ign.com/articles/2008/04/25/grand-theft-auto-iv-uk-review
  40. "Gran Turismo" Series Software Title List. Polyphony Digital (March 2013). Retrieved on 2014-02-24.
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  44. http://news.sky.com/story/1164788/call-of-duty-ghosts-tops-1bn-on-first-day
  45. 45.0 45.1 5490 JPY to USD
  46. Guinness World Records 2009 Gamer's Edition. pp. 108–109. ISBN 1-904994-45-9. "GTA: San Andreas is the best-selling PlayStation 2 game of all time, with a massive 17.33 million copies sold." 
  47. 47.0 47.1 47.2 47.3 47.4 47.5 Titles of game software with worldwide shipments exceeding 1 million copies (February 2, 2004 – February 4, 2004) (PDF). Square Enix. Retrieved on 2008-03-01.
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  49. Dragon Quest VI
    • Super Famicom: 3.2 million units by March 2000 [176] at ¥11,400 each [177] = 3.2 million x $131 [178] = $420 million
    • Nintendo DS: 1.6 million units worldwide [179] = $102.1 million worldwide
      • Japan: 1,352,828 units at ¥5980 [180] ($67) [181] each = $91 million
      • North America: 160,000 units at $34.99 [182] each = $5.6 million
      • Europe and elsewhere: 87,172 units at £39.99 [183] ($62.50) each = $5.45 million
  50. [184][185][186]
  51. Final Fantasy VI sales revenue:
    • SNES: $403.1 million
      • Japan: 2.55 million units[11] at ¥11,400 [187] ($130.47) [188] each = $332.7 million
      • Overseas: 880,000 units [189] at $80 [190] each = $70.4 million
    • PlayStation: $77.4 million
      • Final Fantasy VI: [191] $5.3204 million
        • Japan: 80,000 units at ¥5040 [192] ($57) [193] each = $5 million
        • Overseas: 10,000 units at £17.94 [194] ($32.04) [195] each = $320,400
      • Final Fantasy Collection: 450,000 units [196] at ¥7140 [197] ($79.30) [198] each = $36 million
      • Final Fantasy Anthology: 800,000 units [199] at $44.99 [200] each = $36 million
    • Game Boy Advance: [201] $16.5 million
      • Japan: 280,000 units at ¥5040 ($57) each = $16 million
      • Overseas: 10,000 units at £21.86 [202] ($45) [203] each = £220,00 = $450,000
  52. Sheff (1993), p. 172
  53. IGN's Top 100 Games of All Time 2007. IGN (2007). Retrieved on 2009-01-02.
  54. 7 million cartridges sold at $29.76 each
  55. "WHAT WENT WRONG AT ATARI". Boston Globe. Feb 8, 1983. http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/boston/access/663605541.html?FMT=ABS. "Gamewise, while there may not be another cartridge as successful as Pac-Man - a $200-million money-maker that Teiser says "will never happen again"‎" 
  56. "Coleco Mini-Arcades Go Gold". Arcade Express 1 (1): 4. August 15, 1982. http://www.digitpress.com/library/newsletters/arcadeexpress/arcade_express_v1n1.pdf. Retrieved 3 February 2012. 
  57. "Mini-Arcades 'Go Gold'". Electronic Games 1 (9): 13. November 1982. http://www.archive.org/stream/electronic-games-magazine-1982-11/Electronic_Games_Issue_09_Vol_01_09_1982_Nov#page/n11/mode/2up. Retrieved 5 February 2012. 
  58. Final Fantasy IV sales revenues:
    • SNES: $183 million
      • Final Fantasy IV in Japan: 1.44 million units[11] at ¥9450 [204] ($105) [205] each = $151.2 million
      • Final Fantasy II overseas: 450,000 units [206] at $69.99 [207] each = $31.5 million
    • PlayStation: $87.4 million
      • Japanese Final Fantasy IV: 310,000 units [208] at ¥5040 [209] ($56) [210] each = $17.4 million
      • Japanese Final Fantasy Collection: 450,000 units [211] at ¥7140 [212] ($79.30) [213] each = $36 million
      • North American Final Fantasy Chronicles: 520,000 units [214] at $39.95 [215] each = $21 million
      • PAL Final Fantasy Anthology: 350,000 units [216] at £19.99 [217] ($36) [218] each = $13 million
    • Game Boy Advance: [219] $27 million
      • Japan: 220,000 units at ¥5040 [220] ($56) [221] each = $12.32 million
      • North America: 270,000 units at $32.99 [222] each = $9 million
      • Europe: 100,000 units at £24.98 [223] ($49.50) [224] each = $5 million
      • Rest of the world: 10,000 units at AU$54.95 [225] (US$58) [226] each = $600,000
    • Nintendo DS: [227][228] $74.2 million
      • Japan: 620,000 units at ¥5980 [229] ($66.42) [230] each = $41.2 million
      • North America: 470,000 units at $39.99 [231] each = $19 million
      • Europe: 180,000 units at £29.99 [232] ($60) [233] each = $11 million
      • Rest of the world: 40,000 units at AU$69.95 [234] (US$74) [235] each = $3 million
    • PlayStation Portable: [236] $27.43 million
      • Japan: 262,397 units at ¥5980 [237] ($66.42) [238] each = $17.43 million
      • North America: 90,000 units at $29.99 [239] each = $3 million
      • Europe and elsewhere: 104,344 units at £39.99 [240] ($67) [241] each = $7 million
    • Android: 100,000 units at $15.99 each [242] = $1.6 million
  59. Bradford, Matt (March 25, 2011). Guitar Hero III named US' highest grossing game of all time (some restrictions apply). GamesRadar. Retrieved on 25 December 2011.
  60. Super Mario Land revenue:
  61. Final Fantasy XII sales revenue:
    • Japan: 2.4 million units [246] at ¥8990 [247] ($100) [248] each = $240 million
    • Overseas: [249]
      • North America: 1.88 million units at $59.99 [250] each = $113 million
      • Europe and rest of the world: 2.87 million units at £39.99 [251] ($79.34) [252] each = $228 million
  62. Pokémon X and Y: 11.61 million units = $671.2 million
  63. Final Fantasy XIII sales and revenue:
    • PlayStation 3 version: 4.934 million units [253] = $469 million
      • Japan: 1.91 million units at ¥9240 [254] ($122) [255] each = $233.02 million
      • Europe: 1,042,840 units at £49.99 [256] ($81) [257] each = £52.132 million = $84.5 million
      • North America: 1.56 million units at $59.99 [258] each = $94 million
      • Rest of the world: 450,000 units at AU$119.95 [259] (US$126) [260] each = US$57 million
    • Xbox 360 version: 1,934,321 units [261] = $141.2 million
      • Japan: 13,210 units at ¥9240 ($122) each = $2 million
      • Europe: 602,693 units at £49.99 ($81) each = £30.13 million = $49 million
      • North America: 1.12 million units at $59.99 each = $67.2 million
      • Rest of the world: 190,000 units at AU$119.95 (US$126) each = US$23 million
  64. Results Briefing Session for the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 2009 (PDF). Square Enix (2009-05-25). Retrieved on 2010-07-16.
  65. Alex Kidd in Miracle World:
    • Westerm Europe: Packaged with Master System consoles during 1990-1992. Western European sales of the Master System in 1992 were at least 2.26 million units:
      • France: 500,000 units
      • United Kingdom: 500,000 units
      • Spain: 300,000 units
      • Germany: 230,000 units
      • Italy: 180,000 units
      • Netherlands: 100,000 units
      • Rest of Western Europe: 450,000 units
    • Brazil: Packaged with many Master System consoles since 1990, and all Master System consoles since 1996. At least 3 million Master System bundles including Alex Kidd in Miracle World have been sold during 1996-2012.
    • Sales revenue: 5.26 million units at ¥4762 ($58) each = $205.14 million
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  67. Konami of America and Sony Computer Entertainment America Announce That Metal Gear Solid 3 Will Be Available Exclusively for PlayStation 2. Contact Music. Retrieved on 2006-11-26.
  68. Final Fantasy III revenues:
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  72. Sheff 121:
    "And we received from Coleco an agreement that they would pay us three percent of the net sales price [of all the "Donkey Kong" cartridges Coleco sold]." It turned out to be an impressive number of cartridges, 6 million, which translated into $4.6 million.
    ~ Sid Sheinberg
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  75. Morris, Chris (2006-05-09). "Grand Theft Auto, Halo 3 headed to Xbox 360". CNN. http://money.cnn.com/2006/05/09/technology/e3_microsoft/index.htm. Retrieved 2008-01-01. 
  76. Animal Crossing: New Leaf - 7.38 million units = US$454 million
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  78. Reeves, Ben (December 30, 2011). Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer’s Edition Preview. Game Informer. Retrieved on December 31, 2011.
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  82. 2.55 million units at ¥5775 ($71) each
  83. Secret of Mana: 1.83 million units = $218.1 million
    • Japan: 1.5 million units at ¥10,584 ($130) = $195 million
    • Overseas: 330,000 units at $69.99 = $23.1 million
  84. 1 million units at ¥15,800 ($89) each
  85. New Super Mario Bros. U - 3.89 million units = US$309 million
  86. http://www.theesa.com/newsroom/seriousbusiness.pdf
  87. Professor Layton and the Curious Village sales revenue:
    • Japan: 1,032,193 units at ¥4800 [263] (US$53.31) [264] each = US$55.03 million
    • Europe: 2,331,161 units at £29.99 [265] (US$60) [266] each = US$140 million
    • North America: 1.18 million units at US$29.99 [267] each = US$35.4 million
    • Elsewhere: 510,000 units at AU$70 [268] (US$74) [269] each = US$38 million
  88. 4 million sales: Sheff, David (1999). Game Over Press Start To Continue. Cyber Active. ISBN 0-9669617-0-6. 
  89. http://www.huguesjohnson.com/features/sears_catalog/sears-catalog-1990-pg1447-NES_full.jpg
  90. 4 million units at ¥5990 each = ¥24 billion = $278 million
  91. 4.38 million units at $29.99 each
  92. Sonic & Knuckles revenue:
    • Japan: 30,000 units [270] at ¥7800 [271] ($89.20) [272] each = $3 million
    • Overseas: 1.79 million units [273] at CA$84.99 [274] (US$86.21) [275] each = $154.32 million
  93. Streets of Rage sales revenue:
    • Overall sales: 2.6 million units [276][277] = $145 million
      • North America: 1.86 million units at $49.99 [278] each = $93 million
      • Europe: 550,000 units at £34.99 [279] ($60) [280] each = £19.245 million = $33 million
      • Japan and elsewhere: 190,000 units at ¥6300 [281] ($70) [282] each = $13.3 million
  94. The King of Fighters '95 sales and revenues: [283]
    • Neo Geo cartridge version: 204,921 units [284] at ¥31,290 ($386) [285] each = $79.1 million
    • Neo Geo CD version: 230,847 units [286] at ¥9240 ($114) [287] each = $26.32 million
    • Saturn version: 283,296 units [288] at ¥7800 [289] ($96.20) [290] each = $27.3 million
    • PlayStation version: 170,096 units [291] at ¥5,800 [292] ($72) [293] each = $12.3 million
  95. 11 million copies at $19.99 each (for both Xbox 360 and PS3)
  96. 1 million units at ¥9800 ($55) each
  97. Sonic the Hedgehog 3 revenue:
    • Japan: 201,220 units [294] at ¥6090 [295] ($75.10) [296] each = $15.112 million
    • Overseas: 1.56 million units [297] at CA$69.99 [298] (US$71.10) [299] each = $111 million
  98. Final Fantasy II:
  99. Sonic CD revenue: [300]
    • Japan: 90,000 units at ¥8800 [301] ($109) [302] each = $10 million
    • Overseas: 1.41 million units at CA$69.99 [303] (US$71.10) [304] each = $100.3 million
  100. http://www.gamasutra.com/view/feature/4418/iwata_and_miyamoto_business_.php?page=3][http://www.huguesjohnson.com/scans/ebspring93/EBSpring93_22_GameBoy.jpg
  101. Samurai Shodown sales and revenues: [305]
    • 135,103+ Neo Geo cartridges [306] at ¥28,000 ($320.04) [307] each = $43.24 million+
    • 202,573 Neo Geo CD's [308] at ¥7,800 ($89.20) [309] each = $18.1 million
    • 401,068 SNES cartridges [310] at ¥10,900 ($125) [311] each = $50.134 million
  102. Bayonetta sales revenue: [312][313]
    • Japan: 302,175 units [314] at ¥7980 [315][316] ($88) [317] each = $27 million
    • North America: 860,000 units at $59.99 [318] each = $52 million
    • Europe: 530,000 units at £49.99 [319] ($83.50) [320] each = $44.3 million
    • Elsewhere: 220,000 units at AU$119.95 [321] (US$131) [322] each = US$29 million
  103. Super Mario 3D World - 1.94 million units = US$159.13 million
  104. Pilotwings sales revenue: [323]
    • Japan: 480,000 units at ¥8400 [324] ($93.30) [325] each = $45 million
    • Overseas: 650,000 units at £40 [326] ($64.40) [327] each = $42 million
  105. Tokimeki Memorial: Forever With You, console sales revenue: [328]
    • PlayStation: 580,000 units at ¥7140 [329] ($88.01) [330] each = $51.1 million
    • Saturn: 380,000 units at ¥10,290 [331] ($127) [332] each = $48.3 million
    • PSP: 10,000 units at ¥5229 [333] ($65) [334] each = $700,000
  106. 3.79 million units at $39.99 each
  107. Samurai Shodown II revenue: [335]
    • Cartridge version: 250,303 units [336] at ¥29,800 ($367.31) [337] each = $92 million
    • CD version: Unknown
  108. The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds - 2.18 million units = $137 million
  109. (Documentary) Metal Gear Saga Vol. 1. Konami. 2006. Event occurs at "Chapter 002: Metal Gear". 
  110. Xenogears: 1.19 million units at ¥7344 ($72) each
  111. Video game software sales in 2000. Geimin.net (2000/12/31). Archived from the original on 10 February 2012 Retrieved on 10 February 2012.
  112. New Super Luigi U sales revenue: 1.51 million
  113. Shenmue sales revenue:
    • 1.2 million units sold [338]
    • Japan: 392,111 units at ¥6800 [339] ($78) [340] each = $31 million
    • Overseas: 807,889 units = $47.23 million
      • Europe: 240,000 units [341] at £39.99 [342] ($65) [343] each = $16 million
      • North America and rest of the world: 567,889 units at $54.99 [344] each = $31.23 million
  114. The production budget for Shenmue ($70 million at the time, or $98.4 million in 2012 dollars) was almost just as high as its gross revenue.
  115. 700,000 cartridges [345] at ¥5775 [346] ($71.20) [347] each
  116. Valkryia Chronicles sales
  117. http://ign64.ign.com/articles/061/061767p1.html
  118. New Nintendo 64 set to burn holes in Santa's sack
  119. Xenoblade Chronicles:

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