Nintendo DS represented nearly 20% of the games being shown at Tokyo Game Show; PlayStation 3 merely 3.5%.
We got the information sheet above as part of the Tokyo Game Show press pack, and there's a lot of interesting nuggets of info in that chart. Note that Nintendo DS' percentage of titles has doubled in the last two years, where PlayStation 2 has dropped from owning 20% of the floor space to just 1.7%.
Claims that this year's show was the "year of the PSP" might be greatly exaggerated, but it's clear from the number of titles on the floor that Sony's portable is getting much more support from Japanese publishers in the post-Monster Hunter economy.
PlayStation 3's low percentage of titles has remained steady, but Xbox 360's has nearly doubled.
And for one final indicator of where gaming is going in Japan: Games that do not fall into traditional gaming genres like shooting and racing have leaped up in number, from 24.8% to a whopping 45.7%.