HomeGeneralUSA Weekly Chart Week Ending 1/11/2014 Jelani Thompson January 20, 2014 General, News Ok, most Nintendo fans are probably super tired of all the doom and gloom news about Nintendo lately, but this can be seen as a positive thing. Maybe Nintendo will finally takes this kick-in-the-butt and do something that makes sense for the Wii U. Maybe a piece of software that will attract a lot of attention until the big titles come out. Maybe even a F2P title that is actually “free-to-play” (Tank Tank Tank does NOT count). To confirm Nintendo’s terrible sales, take a look at the chart below from VGChartz.com: Gen 8 Lifetime Hardware Sales (US): XOne 69,025 (-30%) 2,011,713 PS4 67,868 (-22%) 2,140,510 WiiU 20,243 (-31%) 2,185,249 Gen 8 Lifetime Software Sales (US): XOne 174,786 (-38%) 4,998,182 PS4 135,200 (-32%) 4,350,533 WiiU 126,888 (-28%) 9,000,311 Top Five Games of the Week (US): 1. Call of Duty: Ghosts (X360) Activision 62,194 2. Call of Duty: Ghosts (PS3) Activision 39,822 3. Grand Theft Auto V (X360) Take-Two Interactive 34,971 4. NBA 2K14 (X360) Take-Two Interactive 28,152 5. Grand Theft Auto V (PS3) Take-Two Interactive 28,143 Remember, VGChartz.com doesn’t have the best history of being exactly on point with their sales so don’t take the statistics on this chart as hard facts, but one way or another, Nintendo needs to step their game up. Share this post: No related posts. Construct 2 Game Engine Now Supports The Wii USuper Mario Galaxy (Wii) – ReviewAbout The AuthorJelani ThompsonOwner/Social Media Jelani Thompson is the Owner/Editor-In-Chief at Always Nintendo! He's very passionate about interviewing developers and bringing daily Wii U and 3DS news to the site's readers. When he's not busy saving the universe, he's most likely at his Grandma's house eating her delicious meals.