The first 8 months of 2013 in the Ohga Shrugs timeline. Basically, this plus a couple of months.
- Stream - 3.3 million
- Eclipse - 3.8 million
- Revolution - 3.2 million
- Pluto - 2.9 million
- Game Boy 3DS - 5.8 million
- Game Boy Nitro - 0.6 million
Total: 19.6 million (About 90% of IRL total, with higher 8th gen console sales mostly compensating for OTL's PlayStation 3, Vita, and PSP sales)
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf - 2.7 million (Game Boy 3DS)
- Tomb Raider - 2.6 million (Stream, Eclipse, Revolution, Pluto)
- Mario Party 3D - 2.0 million (Game Boy 3DS)
- Friends Collection: New Life - 1.4 million (Game Boy 3DS)
- Assassin's Creed 3 - 1.4 million (Stream, Eclipse, Revolution, Pluto)
- New Super Mario Bros 2 - 1.3 million (Game Boy 3DS)
- Dragon Quest 7 - 1.2 million (Game Boy 3DS)
- New Super Mario World - 1.1 million
- Metal Gear Rising - 1.0 million (Pluto. Eclipse)
- Killer Instinct 3 - 1.0 million (Stream)
Other notable performers include Rayman Legends, NBA2K13, Mario Kart 3D, DmC, Resident Evil: Revelations HD, and the more recent Madden 25, Mario & Luigi 4, and Pikmin 3. Note the lack of Resident Evil 6. Many of the year's biggest titles are yet to come, including Grand Theft Auto 5, on the consoles for the first time in years, Monster Hunter 4, Sonic at the Olympics and Lost World, Pokemon X/Y, Skylanders 3, Batman, Assassin's Creed, Stream Party and Fitness, Call of Duty: Ghosts, another PC import, Watch Dogs, Super Mario 3D Bros, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, and various sports games. So even though the year is 2/3 over, expect that list of million-sellers to be far more than just ten or fifteen games.
In general, this year is a mix of 7th and 8th gen success so far. The Game Boy 3DS is the only platform doing exceptionally, while all four consoles are merely performing adequately, with Nintendo doing slightly better. Note that Sega has been catching up with Nintendo these past few years, and the exclusive console version of Minecraft in addition to all their first party games and the eventual Metal Gear Solid 5 ought to help them prevent another lop-sided generation like from 2006 to 2009.