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This the NPD data for December 2013, which covers the sales for United States for December 1, 2013 through January 4, 2014. The gaming industry generated $3.28 billion[1].

Overall[]

A total of $1.37 billion for Hardware. This is up 28% from 2012. For software, there was a total of $1.28 billion, down 17% from from 2012. For Accessories, there was a total of $631 million, up 4% from 2012.

In terms of hardware, the Nintendo 3DS remains the best-selling platform. It was followed by the Xbox One with 908,000, then the PS4 and then the Xbox 360 with 643,000. This was also the best month for the Wii U, meaning it sold over 460,000.

In terms of software, Call of Duty: Ghosts continued to rank first. Skylanders ended up in number 10 but still sold 597,000 units. Due to the lack of bundle sales and the Pokemon titles being counted separately, no exclusive is present in the top 10.

Lists[]

Top 10[]

  1. Call of Duty: Ghosts
  2. Battlefield 4
  3. Just Dance 2014
  4. Madden NFL 25
  5. NBA 2K14
  6. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
  7. Grand Theft Auto V
  8. Lego Marvel Super Heroes
  9. FIFA 14
  10. Skylanders: Swap Force

By Revenue[]

In 2024, Circana updated their historical data and released updated top 20 charts for each month from 2010 through 2023. This includes digital revenue from members of the Digital Leader Panel.[2] *means no Digital Data ** means no data from certain storefronts such as Battle.net

  1. Call of Duty: Ghosts
  2. Battlefield 4
  3. Madden NFL 25
  4. NBA 2K14
  5. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
  6. Grand Theft Auto V
  7. Just Dance 2014
  8. Skylanders: Swap Force
  9. Disney Infinity
  10. FIFA 14
  11. Minecraft
  12. Pokémon X/Y*
  13. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
  14. Need for Speed: Rivals
  15. Super Mario 3D World*
  16. Forza Motorsport 5
  17. Dead Rising 3
  18. Rocksmith 2014
  19. Batman: Arkham Origins
  20. Ryse: Son of Rome


References[]



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