Super Smash Bros. Ultimate led the way with 13.81 million units sold following its early December release, making it the third bestselling Switch game to date.
It was followed by Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee, which sold 10.63 million units after its mid-November release, making it the fifth bestselling Switch game.
October release Super Mario Party sold 6.4 million copies by the end of March.
Switch’s bestselling game to date, April 2017 release Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, sold 7.47 million units during the financial year, taking lifetime sales to 16.69 million.
In total, 118.55 million Switch software units were sold during Nintendo’s most recent fiscal year, up 86.7% year-on-year.
Switch digital revenue from software sales and Nintendo Switch Online memberships increased 95.4% to ¥118.8 billion ($1.1 billion/£825,000).
On the handheld front, total 3DS software sales were down 62.9% year-on-year to 13.22 million units.
Mario Kart 7 was Nintendo’s only million-selling title for 3DS. It moved 1.21 million copies to extend its lead as the portable system’s bestselling game to date with 18.26 lifetime sales.
In terms of hardware, sales of the eight-year-old 3DS continued to decline, while Switch surpassed lifetime N64 sales.