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Tales of Xillia sells 525k; PS3 top selling hardware in Japan this week

Check out Media Create Sales: Week 36, 2011.

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Canary2647d ago

*yawn*

Localization, please.

disturbing_flame2647d ago

Ok now NAMCO knows that working with playstation in Japan can really be a good business.

In fact NAMCO, KONAMI and SQUAREENIX did some pretty good scores with their games on PS3 : Tales of Xilia, MGS 4 or FF XIII were all successful.
They really neglected this platform on this generation, but the customers always remained present when exclusives were out on PS3.

Now NAMCO must understand that they must develop an international version of their games while developing them for Japan market.
A worldwide realease for Xilia would have been the smartest move they have done on this generation.

DaTruth2647d ago

The smartest move they made was publishing Dark Souls!

But they stole that move from Atlus! Namco must have offered From more investment money, which means a better game, which means I'm on board!

Imagine what Demon's Souls would have been without that shoestring budget!

kreate2647d ago

well i hope u pre-ordered tales of graces.
buy some extra copies and give it to all ur rpg friends while ur at it :D

Da One2645d ago

@DaTruth

can't steal something that's not yours

NatureOfLogic2647d ago

It's game over for Xbox360 japan.

dark-hollow2647d ago

Since when there was a game to over for the 360 In Japan?

Godmars2902647d ago

There were a few weeks early on when it was hitting 20K a week.

Didn't last long but they were there.

Infernostew2647d ago (Edited 2647d ago )

Edit: whoops. Misread your post. Carry on.

Vgameman2647d ago

... yeahhh, I'd say it's some for a localization Bamco!

K? K. :)

Vgameman2647d ago

yiiiikes, *time*

Sorry about that.

petko232647d ago

great job sony. dark souls soon, ni no kuni in november and ff XIII-2 in december

PSX992647d ago

Also Ace combat and idol master.

Hicken2647d ago

Call of Duty has a Dub(bed) edition.

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