Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze and Bravely Default lead the pack for Nintendo.
February 2014 software sales for both Nintendo 3DS and Wii U rose above February 2013 sales thanks to both Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze and Bravely Default.
In February, Wii U software sales were 180 percent higher than software sales the previous February. 3DS software sales also rose 25 percent when measured up to last year's sales.
The heavy increase of sales is due in part thanks to Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze and Bravely Default. Tropical Freeze managed to sell over 130,000 copies in the mere eight days it was on the shelves in February. Bravely Default, released on February 7, dished out over 200,000 units on the market in its remaining few weeks of the month. These numbers surpassed Fire Emblem Awakening's launch by 10 percent.
Pokémon X & Y also sold strong last month with a combined total of 130,000 copies.