Seven new titles released, all seven of them make the top seven, including Oblivion for Xbox360.
It's been a very long time (if ever?) that an Xbox 360 title has cracked the top 10 in Japan. It's nice to see Microsoft is getting some success in Japan.
I wouldn't call it success, I would call it much needed relief :)
www.famitsu.com x360 3,800 ps3 40 000 lol at 360
lol just wait and compare the ps3 version too the 360 version i am sure its gone make this number looks childish and this is the 3rd article of the same type of news showing the jap chart
When dose the PS3 version come out in japan?
We love Japan thats why!
Just goes to show how great a game Oblivion really is.
how far them developers have came. Even Kojima thinks so... "If you talk about the war between Japanese developers and those overseas, I acknowledge that we have already lost. The Japanese creators have lost to the European and American creators. Therefore, I always say to my staff, Don't look at the Japanese creators. Look toward the Europeans and Americans when looking at development". -- Hideo Kojima The Japanese culture is changing, a western made product with westernized game, I'm hoping could change things a lil bit, even though Sony and Nintendo still owns.
september 27 is when the ps3 version comes to japan
The best thing is Oblivion, a great western RPG is selling good.
this is first time i every see xbox360 game in the top 20 in Japaneses market. for 7 week now Mario Party 8 rank number 1 game in japaneses market. omg i hope we get Mobile Suit Gundam MS Front 0079
"for 7 week now Mario Party 8 rank number 1 game in japaneses market. omg " its listed as a 'new' game, so doesnt that mean its only in its first week of sales in japan....it hasnt been out here for 7 weeks buddy
Price kids,Prices is very important ahhhhhhhh! ' ' x360 3,800 ps3 40 000 lol at 360 ' ' PS3 X10+ more then x360. never gets old hehe.
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