According to the NPD Group, which tracks U.S. video game sales, the Nintendo Switch system was the No. 1 video game hardware in October, followed by the Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition system in the No. 2 spot. When combined with the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, Nintendo systems accounted for two-thirds of all video game hardware sold in the United States for the second month in a row. The U.S. video game industry achieved hardware sales of more than 1 million total units in October for the first time since 2011.
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Starting with hardware, the Switch once again took the number one spot, but in an impressive indication of its popularity (and stock levels) the Super NES Classic was the second best selling system. Throwing 3DS sales into the mix Nintendo states that its hardware accounted for two thirds of all gaming system sales in the US for October, with the broader market passing one million units; in other words at least 666,000 Nintendo units were sold.
Moving on to software, Nintendo states that - despite its launch late in the month - Super Mario Odyssey was the number one game (based on physical retail sales). That's for the single SKU charts, while there were evergreen sales for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in 10th and 11th place respectively.
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Middle Earth: Shadow of War was October's best-selling game overall, while also taking the top spot on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 platforms. Sales grew over 20 percent when compared to the launch month of the previous release in the franchise, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, which debuted in September 2014.
Super Mario Odyssey debuted at #3 on the all platforms chart, while taking the top spot for Nintendo Switch. Super Mario Odyssey drove the third highest launch month packaged software sales for a Mario Action/Adventure title in tracked history, following only New Super Mario Bros Wii and Super Mario Galaxy.
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