The top ten best-selling video games in Japan last week, according to Media Create.
1. Persona (PSP) – 79,000 2. Dragon Ball Kai (Nintendo DS) – 74,000 3. WarioWare Myself! (Nintendo DS) – 56,000 4. Jikkyou Powerful Baseball Major League 2009 (Playstation 2) - 43,000 5. Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of the Sky (Nintendo DS) - 43,000 6. Monster Hunter G (Nintendo Wii) – 40,000 7. ToraDora Portable (PSP) 38,000 8. Monster Hunter Portable 2G (PSP) - 26,000 9. Mario & Luigi RPG 3 (Nintendo DS) - 22,000 10. Jikkyou Powerful Baseball Major League 2009 (Nintendo Wii) - 16,000
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i cant believe these number, the wii really is dying in japan
When Persona hits the US at least, it will be like the dark plague all over again, people are whores for Persona games, whores I tell you. Just think what will happen if Atlus throws out Innocent Sin, and Eternal Punishment remake on PSP, so long internet price hikers. 4 those who care, and forgot SMTDS2 RK vs KA, next week. Gonna pick mine up at my local Junes.
Did Junes open a store in the US? :)
Wow, you think Monster Hunter G would sell better since its a Monster Hunter game and its on the console with the most Install base, The wii plus it has the MH3 demo. Maybe they should have made Monster Hunter 3 on PS3 since it seems ps3 games/PS3 is selling over there in Japan, Or even the Xbox360 and PC. Also can't wait to get Persona on PSP!
DSi 49000 DSL 7600 Wii 22300 PS3 23800 PS2 5900 PSP 48100 X360 5900 congratz to X360... still on par with PS2 Will PS3 keep its lead in the 10th week? we shall see.
also monster hunter is better portable. Why would you buy a wii version when you can play psp version which might even be better graphically lol.
Wow I seriously can't wait till Dragonball Kai hits the West.
hmmm imo dragonball games stink but good numbers all around.
Good numbers for Persona.
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