Nintendo has revealed the best-selling games for Wii U and 3DS

Mario Kart 8 and Pokemon X & Y lead the way in software sales as Nintendo releases its new earnings report for 2015.  

There are plenty of fantastic games available for the Wii U and 3DS, but which of them sold the most?

Nintendo’s latest earnings report provides specific sales charts for Wii U and 3DS, listing the best-selling titles for each platform as of December 31, 2015.

Mario Kart 8 dominates the Wii U chart, boosting ahead with a sales total of 7.24 million. New Super Mario Bros. U (5.08 million) and Nintendo Land (5.02 million) trail behind in second and third place.

Related: Nintendo Wii U Review

The 3DS chart is made up mostly by Mario and Pokemon, while titles such as Animal Crossing, Tomodachi Life and Super Smash Bros. round out the rest of the list.

You can check out the full charts for each platform below, alongside specific sales numbers for each game.

Despite strong software sales, Nintendo’s revenue dropped by 3.9 percent, whilst overall profit decreased by a massive 36.5 percent in 2015.

Related: Nintendo 3DS Review

Best-Selling Wii U Nintendo Games:

1. Mario Kart 8  (7.24 million)

2. New Super Mario Bros. U (5.08 million)

3. Nintendo Land (5.02 million)

4. Super Mario 3D World (4.63 million)

5. Super Smash Bros. (4.61 million)

6. Splatoon (4.06 million)

7. Super Mario Maker (3.34 million)

8. New Super Luigi U (2.42 million)

9. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD (1.69 million)

10. Mario Party 10 (1.65 million)

Best-Selling 3DS Nintendo Games:

1. Pokemon X/Y (14.46 million)

2. Mario Kart 7 (13.03 million)

3. Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire (11.46 million)

4. Super Mario 3D Land (10.63 million)

5. New Super Mario Bros. 2 (10.04 million)

6. Animal Crossing: New Leaf (9.86 million)

7. Super Smash Bros. (7.92 million)

8. Tomodachi Life  (4.89 million)

9. Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon (4.75 million)

10. Nintendogs + Cats (3.96 million)

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