Media Create published the latest Japanese hardware/software sales, including the debut of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for PS4.
Low numbers for software and hardware. It looks like Japaneses dont like remasters.
well done to mario Kart 8 ..still sells in top 10
XB1 managed to set new record - sub-150 consoles sold a week. Then again it seems only PS4/3DS/Vita are actually selling something there.
Well said Geobros You are so right I am not feeling the god of war remaster. I'm really tired of this crap sony needs new first party games. Luckly xenoblade is still holding up on the list.
Considering it's not the first version of this remaster, is it so surprising?
They do. It's just that they don't like PS4 and re-re-releases. The original Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster sold over 500,000 units in Japan across PS3 and Vita.
Isn't this a short week since golden week caused them not to report until Friday..? Numbers seem real low..
Nice to see that Xenoblade X is still hanging in the top 10.
With 4K copies... But not only that, the entire Japanese market is in its very worst. What s shame.
not counting digital which probably most wii u users are going for in Japan considering it has faster load times.
You're not counting Digital, and believe it or not the average for Digital with most games on Nintendo systems is higher than you'd expect. Xenoblade X especially so, considering that's the best way to play it.
well, the number one title only sold 15K..
Look at Final Fantasy #1 numbers. WonderfulMonkeyMan made a valid statement. It's still in the top 10 regardless of "numbers".
I did as well. Shall we consider the Japanese market ok when the best selling game only sold 15K copies? Nope.
The sales are not great, but it is really hot here and nothing is releasing until Splatoon. PS4 is a surprise that it has not just totally dried up with no decent releases until August. I guess the hentai games are keeping it alive.
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