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Submitted by Cyrus365 2680d ago | news

First day sales in Japan (2/28)

VGChartz reports that the first day sales in Japan for the new games released on Feb 28th, were as follows:

First Day Sales : The numbers in () shows the shipments info.

Gundam Musou Special (PS2) : about 76k (about 150k)
Soma Bringer (DS) : about 37k (about 75k)
The Idol M@ster Live for You(360): Limited edition about 28k (about 35k)
Normal Edition about 2k (about 10k) (IDOLM@STER, Industry, Nintendo DS, PS2, Soma Bringer, Xbox 360)

clearelite  +   2680d ago
wow
Very exciting news(yawn)... But they sure do love them some ps2 rpgs.
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