Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
On the Games Release, it is no secret that Pokemon Diamond and Pearl are Nintendo's most anticipated games. Pokemon is a Monster seller of Merchandise! Moreover, upon its release date, Pokemon Diamond and shining pearl got a HUGE amount of Copies sold in Japan. The sold Copies for the game are 1,395,642 copies in just the first three days. This was just based only on In-Store Copies Only! Not accounting for Digital sales,They have managed to pass Pokemon Sword and Shield on Release super! Which Sold 1,364,544 Million units upon release in Japan! According to the UK physical chart! Pokemon BDSP has gone straight in at Number 1 and 2 in the UK Charts, and the bundle pack ranked top 10!
According to the Games Industry biz. Brilliant Diamond as a solo had the biggest launch of the year! Across all platforms Behind FIFA 22. Suppose you are looking to get ahead of the game and build your team! You can start pre-ordering the game! Or go to your nearest GameStop Store and buy the physical copy! The Remakes of the Classic DS titles made a huge Breakthrough. Compared with other mainline pokemon releases on Switch. Nintendos
Official Store offers a special promotion where any pre-orders for the two games and other related products will automatically enter you into a competition to win some gorgeous poke ball replicas! All Physical items are out of stock now. Impressively enough, this means Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl have outpaced the launch sales of 2019's Pokemon Sword and Shield, which collectively sold 1,364,544 million units in Japan in their first three days. This also means Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl have seen the second-biggest launch for a Switch game in Japan to date, second only to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which sold 1,880,626 units in Japan on debut.
Meanwhile, the remakes' launch sales had fallen just short of the original Pokemon Diamond and Pearl launch, which sold 1.586 million units in four days at launch in Japan when they first launched for the Nintendo DS in September 2006. However, it is worth noting that the tracking period for their launch sales had an additional day and that digital sales have become significantly more prevalent now than they were a decade and a half ago.
Famitsu reports that the new Pokemon launch also significantly boosted hardware sales for the Nintendo Switch, which sold over 168,000 units during the week (including all models). Notably, this also means the Switch has passed a significant sales milestone, having now sold over 22 million units in Japan to date.
The new Pokemon remakes are performing to expectations around the world. It was also recently confirmed that in the UK, the games collectively saw the best physical launch for a Switch game in 2021, surpassing Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury and the second-best physical launch of the year across all platforms!