Worldwide Amiibo Sales Reach 5.7 Million

Amiibo sales are catching up to Wii U sales… quickly.

Up until this point, only American Amiibo sales numbers have been revealed. However, in today’s Nintendo financial report Satoru Iwata revealed that Amiibo sales have reached around 5.7 million.

But, that number will not include the Super Mario Amiibo set and Wave 4 or 5 (depending on region) of the Super Smash Bros. set. So expect those Amiibo sales numbers to increase greatly in the next couple months.


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My Opinion:

I can’t believe how well Amiibo are selling! I think it’s easy to get carried away with the Amiibo sale because while 5.7 million is a big number, there are 24 Amiibo on sale.


Lucy Pallent is a Senior Writer at MONG. She is a girl gamer from a rock in the middle of nowhere and is the world’s biggest n00b. She likes Nintendo, JRPGs and food. Feel free to follow her random ramblings on Twitter.

2 thoughts on “Worldwide Amiibo Sales Reach 5.7 Million”

  1. That’s crazy! I keep telling myself I should probably get some Amiibos to put up on a bookshelf, but considering I only own a 2DS, I have no practical use for them. Must….keep…resisting!

    -avideogamelife.com

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  2. Does that mean 5.7 million were sold or the income is $5.7 million? Its pretty easy to sell $10 toys especially when they’re not just for Wii U. The 3DS is a huge seller. To top that off, there are three waves already with a fourth coming all in the span of about three months?

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