Media Create has released an expanded listing of the best-selling games from Japan.
great performance for yakuza... why don't boundle it with a covered ps3? double hardware sales for sure...
Before the Earthquake, Sony were going to release a silver PS3 bundle for 3 games in March (Motorstorm A, Of The End and some other game I think was Gundam or Dynasty Warriors).
why don't do it now and max the sales?
Not sure but due to the events retailers sent the copies of Of The End back to Sega and Sega had to change their date. Kenzan and Yakuza 3 were bundled with the PS3 in Japan. The Yakuza 3 PS3 looks really nice.
yup... knew about it that's because i'm they missed it this time
you what this show...how companies make games region specific. Yakuza of the End sells extremely well in Japan but not well in the West meanwhile its the opposite for Infamous. Its shows how different regions are appealed to different games.
I'm surprised that Ryu Ga Gotoku of the End with guns is selling well (just because it's a different approach to the series). I probably import the game at a good price, the demo was a bit of a let down in the control department, plus if it gets released here in the west the reviewers would kill it. I am a huge fan of the Yakuza series.
One piece and RE are going strong
A 74% drop in sales over the previous week for Resident Evil is not what I would call 'going strong'. I guess it may get a bump this week if Zelda helps to shift a few systems.
regardless, for a game on a new handheld that has under 5 mill sold, it is selling in the top 10, so that is going strong in my book
Well, going by that logic, if it were the only game on the market it would be the number 1 game!
please stop being difficult. that is a feat for one piece and RE to be able to hang in there with the other games that have install bases in the double digit millions.
OK, I'll stop being difficult.
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