A complete listing of first day sales data in Japan for various games have been released along with sell-through rates.
Looks like Monster Hunter G is already lining up the sights for Monster Hunter 3.As soon as Monster Hunter 3 for Wii strikes,Nintendo will have secured enough cash for two more console generations.
I guess Sony must be rolling and swimming in cash.... >_>
Yeah cause last place is the best place to make cash.. Maybe they should stop swimming in it and report it to investors to cover the huge losses they took last year.
hmmm surprisingly an fps is on the top of the charts in japan.
Times like this I hate how the Wii is region locked and the freeloaders are continuously being killed off because of Firmware updates by Nintendo... I want Monster Hunter G as well as Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom!
Killzone 2 (PS3) - 20,000 (45%) Nantama: Chronicle of Dungeon Maker (PSP) - 2,000 (25%) Monster Hunter G (Wii) - SP 65,000 (60%) / SE 27,000 (30%) killzone 2 IMO.....
Killzone 2 had a great impresssion from Japanese gamers, mostly because the Helgast reminds them the Jin roh characters.
Might hit 170k the first week if sales tend to tread after the first day. Looks like Monster Hunter on the wii will fall in line with the PS2 versions, rather than the PSP versions. Then again this is a straight port of G on PS2. But, It'd be interesting to know how many consoles are shifted, and wheather or not the PSP fanbase cares about the console iteration... Anyways, I hope the new Monster Hunter 3G for PSP, or whatever it's called comes out next year along with western release.
i would not buy MH3 knowing there is a PSP version coming. I will put hundreds of hours into this game that is why i just want to concentrate in one version.
The PSP version would actually be better... Better online. :)
Sorry but no Monster Hunter 3 for PSP. Wii exclusive and all. Maybe they'll throw something on PSP but it wont be MH3. Havent seen anything official or even rumored about it coming out.. Guys must be getting pretty desperate.
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