Dorimaga Sales: Japanese Dreamcast Software LTD ~11/1998 - Q3/2001~

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From Nov. 27, 1998 - Aug. 31, 2001

01. Seaman (Sega) - 539,367
02. Sonic Adventure (Sega) - 475,152
03. Biohazard CODE: Veronica (Capcom) - 469,813
04. Sega Rally 2 (Sega) - 421,836
05. Shenme (Sega) - 392,111
06. Virtua Fighter 3tb (Sega) - 373,749
07. J League Pro Soccer Club oh Tsukurou! (Sega) - 369,116
08. Soul Calibur (Namco) - 359,346
09. Virtua Striker 2 Ver. 2000.1 (SEGA) - 319,825
10. Sakura Taien 3 (Sega) - 314,597

11. The House of the Dead 2 (Sega) - 277,351
12. Pro Yakyuu Team o Tsukurou! (Sega) - 240,305
13. Grandia II (Game Arts) - 206,448
14. Virtual On: Oratorio Tangram (Sega) - 180,460
15. Sega GT Homologation Special (Sega) - 178,956
16. Phantasy Star Online (Sega) - 178,747
17. Shutoko Battle ((Tokyo Xtreme Racer)) (Genki) - 177,605
18. Soccer Tsuku Tokudai Gou ~J League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou~ (Sega) - 177,141
19. Space Channel 5 (Sega) - 177,011
20. Sakura Taisen (Sega) - 171,296

21. Power Stone (Capcom) - 169,795
22. Shinkisekai Evolution ((Evolution: The World of Sacred Device)) (Sega/ESP/Sting) - 162,396
23. Crazy Taxi (Sega) - 160,515
24. Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (Capcom) - 160,322
25. Phantasy Star Online Ver. 2 (Sega) - 148,881
26. Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Capcom) - 146,454
27. Get Bass (Sega) - 145,535
28. Blue Stinger (Sega) - 140,135
29. D2 (WARP) - 133,955
30. Sakura Taisen 2 (Sega) - 136,875

31. Mobile Suit Gundam Gaiden: Colony no Ochichita Chide... (Bandai) - 134,541
32. Maken X (Atlus) - 133,042
33. Guilty Gear X (Sammy) - 130,030
34. Dead or Alive 2 (Tecmo) - 127,948
35. New Japan Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden 4 (Tomy) - 119,351
36. Roommania #203 (Sega) - 119,124
37. Berserk: Millennium Falcon Hen Wasurebana no Shou (ASCII) - 115,633
38. Shutoko Battle 2 ((Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2)) - 114,258
39. The King of Fighters Dream Match 1999 (SNK) - 110,655
40. Jojo no Kimyouna Bouken: Miraihe no Isan ((Jojo's Bizarre Adventure)) (Capcom) - 109,292

41. Sonic Adventure 2 (Sega) - 109,286
42. July (Fortyfive) - 105,863
43. Godzilla Generations (Sega) - 105,646
44. Dynamite Deka 2 ((Dynamite Cop!)) (Sega) - 104,608
45. Sunrise Eiyuutan (Sunrise Interactive) - 104,169
46. The Typing of the Dead (Sega) - 99,587
47. REVIVE... Sosei (Data East) - 99,346
48. Derby Tsuku ~Derby Uma o Tsukurou!~ (Sega) - 98,952
49. Sentimental Graffiti 2 (NEC Interchannel) - 98,443
50. Chu Chu Rocket! (Sega) - 98,256

51. Giant Gram: All Japan ProWrestling 2 (Sega) - 97,579
52. Pro Yakyuu Team de Asobou (Sega) - 97,025
53. Moero! Justice Gakuen ((Project Justice)) (Capcom) - 96,956
54. The King of Fighters '99 Evolution (SNK) - 95,327
55. Kanon (NEC Interchannel) - 95,117
56. Eternal Arcadia ((Skies of Arcadia)) (Sega) - 93,387
57. Biohazard 2: Value Plus (Capcom) - 93,116
58. Black Matrix: Advance (NEC Interchannel) - 92,513
59. Zombie Revenge (Sega) - 92,052
60. Psychic Force 2012 (Taito) - 90,585

61. Kidou Senkan Nadesico: Nadesico the Mission (ESP) - 85,472
62. Comic Party (Aqua Plus) - 83,725
63. Puyo Puyo~n (Sega) - 83,135
64. Frame Gride (From Software) - 82,063
65. Atsumare! Guru Guru Onsen (Sega) - 82,043
66. Power Smash (Virtual Tennis) (Sega) - 81,737
67. Pen Pen TriIcelon (General Entertainment) - 80,746
68. Advanced Daisenryaku: Europe no Arashi - Doitsu Dengeki Sakusen (Sega/Systemsoft) - 80,695
69. Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: Fight of the Future (Capcom) - 76,651
70. Kite he: White Illumination (Hudson) - 74,406

71. Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu Dreamcast Edition (Konami) - 73,330
72. Culdcept II (Media Factory) - 73,185
73. Crazy Taxi 2 (Sega) - 71,618
74. Street Fighter III W Impact (Capcom) - 71,085
75. Golf Shiyouyo (Bottom Up) - 70,791
76. Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix (Konami) - 70,751
77. Aero Dancing featuring Blue Impulse (CRI) - 70,572
78. Pop'n Music (Konami) - 70,527
79. Eldorado Gate Vol. 1 (Capcom) - 70,431
80. Jet Set Radio (Sega) - 70,285

81. Motto Pro Yakyuu Team o Tsukurou! (Sega) - 69,476
82. Love Hina: Totsuzen no Engeji Happening (Sega) - 69,438
83. Street Fighter Zero 3: Saikyooryuu Doujou (Capcom) - 68,215
84. Mobile Suit Gundam: Giren no Yabou- Zeon no Keifu (Bandai) - 68,197
85. Super Robot Taisen a (alpha) for Dreamcast (Banpresto) - 67,948
86. Incoming (Imagineer) - 67,523
87. NBA 2K (Sega) - 66,341
88. Climax Landers (Sega) - 64,034
89. Samba de Amigo (Sega) - 63,902
90. Hanagumi Taisen Columns 2 (Sega) - 63,437

91. Airforce Delta (Konami) - 63,379
92. Power Stone 2 (Capcom) - 62,693
93. Rent a Hero No. 1 (Sega) - 61,541
94. Aero Dancind F (CRI) - 60,523
95. Tokyo Bus Annai (Guide) (Fortyfive) - 60,853
96. Langrisser Millennium (Masaya) - 60,493
97. 久遠の絆 再臨詔 "Kuon no Kizuna: Sairin Mikotonori" (Fog) - 60,356
98. Fire Pro Wrestling D (Spike) - 59,788
99. Seventh Cross (NEC Home Electronics) - 56,602
100. Giant Gram 2000 (Sega) - 52,313

101. Tantei Shinshi Dash! (Abel) - 51,174
102. Shinkisekai Evolution 2 ((Evolution 2: Far Off Promise)) (ESP/Sting) - 50,177
103. Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 Pro (Capcom) - 48,952
104. Pop'n Music 2 (Konami) - 47,053
105. Seaman: Kindan no Pet 2001 (Sega) - 45,688
106. Elemental Gimmick Gear (Hudson) - 45,233
107. Neppachi: 10 Ren Chande Las Vegas Ryokou (Daikoku) - 44,841
108. Super Speed Racing (Sega) - 44,369
109. Ready to Rumble Boxing (Sega) - 43,823
110. Record of Lodoss War (Kodokawa) - 43,730

111. Choukousenki Kikaioh ((Tech Romancer)) (Capcom) - 40,202
112. Idol Janshi o Tsukucchaou (Jeleco) - 39,577
113. Super Runabout (Climax) - 39,494
114. Virtua Cop 2 (Sega) - 39,118
115. Sorcerian: Shichisei Mahou no Shito (Victor Interactive Software) - 38,907
116. Gundam Battle Online (Bandai) - 37,375
117. Yukawa Moto Senmu no Otakara Ikushi (sega) - 37,308
118. Mr. Driller (Namco) - 36,723
119. Segagaga (Sega) - 36,150
120. Pia ♥ Carrot he Youkosoyo!! 2.5 (NEC Interchannel) - 35,680

121. F1 World Grand Prix for Dreamcast (Video System) - 35,915
122. Monaco Grand Prix: Racing Simulation 2 (Ubisoft) - 35,915
123. Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 (Capcom) - 35,901
124. F355 Challenge (Sega) - 35,200
125. Canvas (NEC Intechannel) - 34,371
126. Kaen Seibo: The Virgin on Megiddo (Hiromi) - 34,345
127. Sengoku Turb (NEC Home Electronics) - 33,789
128. Fighting Vipers 2 (Sega) - 32,778
129. Ookami Ichio Funtouki: Sakura Taisen Kayou Show - Benitokage Yori (Sega) - 33,681
130. Yuukyuu Gensou Kyoku 3: Perpetual Blue (MediaWorks) - 32,818

131. Love Hina: Smile Again (Sega) - 32,345
132. NFL 2K (Sega) - 31,836
133. Tokusatsu Bouken Katsugeki Super Hero Retsuden (Banpresto) - 31,797
134. Cool Boarders Burrn! (UEP System) - 30,943
135. Star Gladiator 2: Nightmare of Blisten (Capcom) - 30,718
136. Aero Dancing i (CRI) - 30,425
137. Quiz Ah! Megami-sama: Tatakau Tsubasa to Tomoni (Sega) - 30,021
138. Spawn: In The Demon's Haed (Capcom) - 29,750
139. Tomb Raider 4: Last Revelation (Capcom) - 29,160
140. Sonic Adventure: International (Sega) - 28,682

141. Pop'n Music 3 Append Disc (Konami) - 28,571
142. Panzer Front (ASCII) - 27,945
143. Eighteen Wheeler (Sega) - 27,663
144. Ultimate Fighting Championship (Capcom) - 27,570
145. Rune Jade (Hudson) - 26,970
146. Biohazard CODE: Veronica Complete (Capcom) - 26,549
147. Ring (Kadokawa/Asmik) - 26,398
148. Giga Wing 2 (Capcom) - 26,073
149. Eve Zero: The Ark of the Matter (Net Village) - 25,601
150. Memories Off Complete (KID) - 25,524

151. Silent Scope (Konami) - 25,124
152. Happy Lession (Datam Polystar) - 25,113
153. Hundred Swords (Sega) - 24,369
154. Eldorado Gate Vol. 2 (Capcom) - 23,909
155. Maboroshi Tsukiyo (Sims) - 23,684
156. Tetris 4D (Bullet Proof Software) - 23,378
157. Macross M3 (Shoeisha) - 23,148
158. Daytona USA 2001 (Sega) - 23,129
159. Pro Yakyuu Team o Tsukurou! & Asobou! (Sega) - 22,880
160. Nobunaga no Yabou: Shouseiroku with Power-Up Kit (Koei) - 22,598

161. Exodus Guilty Neos (Abel) - 22,155
162. GunSpike ((Cannon Spike)) (Capcom) - 22,077
163. Mercurius Pretty end of the century (NEC Interchannel) - 22,005
164. Gunbird 2 (Capcom) - 21,775
165. Marionette Company (Mirco Cabin) - 21,510
166. Denpa Shounen-teki Kenshou Seikatsu: Nasubi no Heya (Hudson) - 21,081
167. Biohazard 3: Last Escape (Capcom) - 21,030
168. Card Captor Sakura: Tomoyo no Video Taisakusen (Sega) - 20,982
169. Golf Shiyouyo Course Data ? (SoftMax) - 20,717
170. Bakumatsu Rouman Dai Ni Maku: Gekka no Kenshi Final Edition ((Last Blade 2)) (SNK) - 20,277

171. World Neverland Plus ~Orurudo Oukoku Monogatari~ (River Hill Soft) - 20,191
172. Undercover AD2025 Kei (Pulse Entertainment) - 19,882
173. Giga Wing (Capcom) - 19,732
174. Konohana 2: Todoke Kanai Requiem (Success) - 19,621
175. 西風の狂詩曲 "Nishikaze no Kyoushikyouku" "Rhapsody of Zephyr" (Softmax) - 19,534
176. Dream Flyer (Sega) - 19,330
177. Derby Tsuku 2 (Sega) - 19,090
178. O-to-i-re: Dreamcast Sequencer (Waka) - 18,796
179. Vampire Chronicle for Matching Service (Capcom) - 18,646
180. Super Euro Soccer 2000 (Imagineer) - 18,328

181. Kite he: Photo Memories (Hudson) - 18,254
182. San Goku Shi VI (Koei) - 18,107
183. Seirai Hata RayBlade (Winky Soft) - 17,875
184. Eldorado Gate Vol. 3 (Capcom) - 17,649
185. Real Sound: Kaze no Regret (WARP) - 17,547
186. Illbleed (Crazy Game/AIA) - 17,392
187. Never 7 ~the end of infinity~ (KID) - 17,329
188. Virtua Athlete 2K (Sega) - 17,087
189. Marionette Company 2 Chu! (Micro Cabin) - 16,860
190. Puyo Puyo DA!: featuring Ellena System (Compile) - 16,857

191. Dancing Blade: Katte ni Momo Tenshi (Konami) - 16,809
192. Carrier (Jaleco) - 16,633
193. Happy Lesson: First Lesson (MediaWorks) - 16,414
194. Magic the Gathering (Sega) - 16,251
195. Guruguru Onsen 2 (Sega) - 16,180
196. Close to ~Inori no Oka~ (KID) - 16,129
197. Pro Yakyuu Team de Asobou Net! (Sega) - 15,931
198. Mahjong Taikai II Special (Koei) - 15,801
199. Neppachi II@VPACHI: CR Harenchi Gauken (Daikoku) - 15,713
200. Aero Dancing: Torodoki Taichou no Himitsu Disc (CRI) - 15,645

201. NBA 2K1 (Sega) - 15,609
202. Imperial no Taka: Fighter of Zero ((Iron Aces)) (Global A Entertainment) - 15,208
203. Pop'n Music (Konami) - 15,184
204. Buggy Heat (CRI) - 15,145
205. Nobunaga no Yabou: Reppuuden (Koei) - 14,528
206. Jinsei Game for Dreamcast (Takara) - 14,481
207. Le Mans 24 Hours (Sega) - 14,374
208. Vermilion Desert (River Hill Soft) - 14,368
209. Ecco the Dolphin ~defender of the Future~ (Sega) - 14,307
210. Samba de Amigo (Sega) - 14,240

211. Sega Tetris (Sega) - 13,946
212. Winning Post 4 Program 2000 (Koei) - 13,708
213. deSPIRIA (Atlus) - 13,612
214. Mobile Suit Gundam Gaiden: Colony no Ochichita Chide... -Bandai the Best Ver.- (Bandai) - 13,607
215. ESPION-AGE-NTS (NEC Interchannel) - 13,555
216. Eldorado Gate Vol. 4 (Capcom) - 13,317
217. Dengen Tenshi Taisen Mahjong: Shangri-La (Marvelous) - 13,269 *First Published game
218. Roommate Novel: Sato Yuka (Datam Polystar) - 13,264
219. Dino Crisis (Capcom) - 12,964
220. Golf Shiyouyo 2 (Softmax) - 12,959

221. Nanatsu no Hikan: Senritsu no Bishou (Koei) - 12,859
222. Treasure Strike (KID) - 12,789
223. Tricolore Crise (Victor Interactive Software) - 12,464
224. Christmas Seaman (Sega) 11,983
225. Dance Dance Revolution: Club Version Dreamcast Edition (Konami) - 11,717
226. Aero Dancing F ~Todoroki Tsubasa no Hatsu Hikou~ (CRI) - 11,677
227. Advanced Daisenryaku 2001 (Sega) - 11,075
228. Dancing Blade II: Tears of Eden (Konami) - 10,948
229. es (TV??/Sega) - 10,928
230. Death Crimson 2 (Ecole) - 10,905

231. WWF Royal Rumble (Yuke's) - 10,618
232. Godzilla Generations: Maximum Impact (Sega) - 10,581
233. Nippon Pro Mahjong Renmei Kounin: Tetsuman Menkyo Minnaten (Naxat) - 10,537
234. Super Producers (Hudson) - 10,440
235. Ganbare Nippon! Olympic 2000 (Konami) - 10,427
236. Totsugeki! Teketeke!! Toy Ranger ((Toy Commander)) (Sega) - 10,098
237. World Neverland 2 Plus (River Hill Soft) - 10,039
238. World Series Baseball 2K1 (Sega) - 9,853
239. Red Line Racer (Imagineer) - 9,757
240. Densha de Go! 2: ???3000?? (Taito) - 9,737

241. Harusame Youbi (NEC Interchannel) - 9,477
242. Netto Golf (Sega) - 9,411
243. Bakuretsu Muteki Bangaioh (ESP/Treasure) - 9,402 :)
244. Boku Doraemon (Sega Toys) - 9,313
245. Canaria ~Kono Omoi o Uta ni Nosete~ (NEC Interchannel) - 9,147
246. L.O.L. ~Lack of Love~ (ASCII) - 9,017
247. Golf Shiyouyo Kouryaku Pack (SoftMax) - 8,965
248. Yume no Tsubasa: Fate of Heart (KID) - 8,917
249. Confidential Mission (Sega) - 8,838
250. Eldorado Gate Vol. 5 (Capcom) - 8,741

251. Sonic Shuffle (Sega) - 8,505
252. Outtrigger (Sega) - 8,474
253. Ouka Houshin (ESP/Media Works) - 8,193
254. Digital Keiba Shinbun My Trick Man (Shouei System) - 8,191
255. Sega Marina Fishing (Sega) - 8,180
256. Mars Matrix (Capcom) - 7,768
257. Morita no Saikyou Reversi (Random House) - 7,694
258. Twinkle Star Sprites (SNK) - 7,561
259. Lake Master Pro: Dreamcast Plus! (Dazz) - 7,466
260. Pro Mahjong Kiwame D Athena) - 7,418

261. Napple Tale: Arisa in Daydream (Sega) - 7,394
262. Aoi Hagane no Kihei: Space Griffon (Panther Software) - 7,136
263. Marionette Handler (Micronet) - 6,924
264. Dream Studio (Sega) - 6,566
265. Taisen Net Gimmick: Capcom & Psikyo All Stars (Capcom) - 6,542
266. Inoue Ryoko: Roommate (Datam Polystar) - 6,405
267. Web Mystery: Yochi Yume o Kenru Neko (Mebius/Sega) - 6,354
268. Miss Moonlight (Naxat) - 6,324
269. Seitai Heiki Expendable (Imagineer) - 6,223
270. Speed Devils (UBI Soft) - 5,978

271. Heavy Metal Geomatrix (Capcom) - 5,812
272. Sakura Taisen: Kinematron Hanagumi Mail (Sega) - 5,809
273. Shinseiki Evangelion: Typing E-Keikaku (GAINAX) - 5,767
274. Eldorado Gate Vol. 6 (Capcom) - 5,738
275. Neppachi III@VPACHI: CR do Konjou Gale 2 - CR do Konjou Gale H (Daiokoku) - 5,659
276. Angel Present (NEC Interchannel) - 5,644
277. Vigilante 8: 2nd Battle (Syscom) - 5,485
278. Cool Cool Toon (SNK) - 5,458
279. Puzzle Bobble 4 (Cyberfront) - 5,436
280. Gaia Master Kessen!: Seikiou Densetsu (Capcom) - 5,394

281. San Goku Shi VI with Power-Up Kit (Koei) - 5,363
282. De La Jet Set Radio (Sega) - 5,358
283. Morita no Saikyou Reversi (Random House) - 5,288
284. F1 World Grand Prix 2 for Dreamcast (Video System) - 5,184
285. Yume Uma Ken '99 Internet (Shangrila) - 5,069
286. Jet Coaster Dream (Binbou Soft) - 5,051
287. Akihabara Dennou Kumi Peta Pies! (Sega) - 4,968
288. Blue Submarine No. 6 (Sega) - 4,896
289. Animastar (Aki) - 4,871
290. Doguu Senki: Haou (Vistor Interactive Software) - 4,737

291. Jissen Pachi-Slot Hisshouhou!@VPACHI Kingdom (MaBet) - 4,659
292. Aero Dancing i: Jikai Sakuma de Machite Masen (CRI) - 4,405
293. Fish Eyes | Wild (Victor Interactive Software) - 4,405
294. Street Fighter IIX for Matching Service (Capcom) - 4,379
295. Sports Jam (Seg) - 4,363
296. NFL 2K1 (Sega) - 4,326
297. Prismaticallization (Arc System Works) - 4,206
298. Rainbow Cotton (Success) - 4,182
299. Shanghai Dynasty (Success) - 4,093
300. Pocke-Kano ~Yumi - Shuzika - Fumio~ (Datma Polystar) - 4,073

301. Street Fighter Zero 3: Saikyooryuu Doujou: for Matching Service (Capcom) - 3,904
302. Fragrance Tale (Takuyo) - 3,893
303. Chou-Hatsumei Boy Kanipan: Bousou Robot no Nazo!? (Sega) - 3,824
304. Sengoku Turb: Fan I ♥ me Dunce-doublentendre (NEC Home Electronics) - 3,691
305. Dejiko no Maibura (isao) - 3,632
306. Hello Kitty no Lovely Fruit Park (Sega) - 3,430
307. Get Bass 2 (Sega) - 3,378
308. Super Magnetic NiuNiu (Genki) - 3,160
309. US Shenmue (Sega) - 2,817
310. Gakkyuou Yamazaki: Yamazaki Oukoku Oofun Araso (Sega) - 2,681

311. Super Runabout: San Francisco Edition (Climax) - 2,634
312. Rayman (Ubi Soft) - 2,415
313. CR Hissatsu Konjin Pachitte Chonmage @ VPACHI (Hack Berry) - 2,364
314. Netto de Tennis (Capcom) - 2,348
315. Jojo no Kimyouna Bouken: Miraihe no Isan for Matching Service (Capcom) - 2,186
316. Hello Kitty no Magical Block (Sega) - 2,126
317. Neppachi VI@VPACHI (Daikoku) - 2,100
318. Communication Logic Battle Daisessen (Fortyfive) - 2,073
319. Super Puzzle Fighter II X for matching Service (Capcom) - 1,958
320. Neppachi IV@VPACHI ~CR Aa! Hana no Ouendan 3~ (Daikoku) - 1,990

321. Power Jet Racing 2001 (CRI) - 1,857
322. Tokyo Bus Guide (Fortyfive) - 1,806
323. Bounty Hunter Sarah: Holy Mountain no Teiou (Capcom) - 1,782
324. 世界不思議発見!トロイア (TBS) - 1,724
325. Princess Maker Collection (1&2) (GAINAX) - 1,707
326. Jaaman (Visit) - 1,654
327. Charge'n Blast (Sims) - 1,585
328. Net@Versus Mahjong (Atmark) - 1,569
329. Hello Kitty no Onnaru Mail (Sega) - 1,480
330. Get!! Colonies (Sega) - 1,439

331. Marionette Handler 2 (Micronet) - 1,418
332. Sakura Momoko Gekijou: Kojikoji (Marvelous) - 1,319
334. Neppachi V@VPACHI: CR Monster House (Daikoku) - 1,235
335. Himitsu: Tadagaita Natsu (Star Fish) - 1,174
336. Choukousenki Kikaioh for Matching Service (Capcom) - 1,151
337. Eisei Meijin III: Game Creator Yoshimura Nobuhiro no Zunou (Konami) - 1,148
338. Shin Honkaku Hanafuda (Altron) - 1,147
339. Death Crimson OX (Ecole Software) - 1,038
340. Neo Golden Logres (Success) - 969

341. Cleopatra Fortune (Altron) - 966
342. Jet Coaster Dream 2 (Bimboosoft) - 947
343. Nippon Pro Mahjong Renmei Dankurai Nintei: Heisei Mahjong-Shou (Micronet) - 926
344. Zusar Vasar (Real Vision) - 917
345. Bass Rush Dream (Visco) - 906
346. BikkuriMan 2000 Viva! Festival! (Sega) - 856
347. Sydney 2000 (Capcom) - 832
348. Kiteretsu Shounen's Gangagan (Sega) - 829
349. Plus Plum (Takuyo) - 777
350. Atsumare! GuruGuru Onsen BB (Sega) - 645

351. Netto DE Para (Takuyo) - 586
352. Tanaka Torahiko no Uru Toraryuu Shogi (Arc System Works) - 586
353. Net@Versus Shogi (Atmark) - 582
354. The Shinri Game Visit) - 529
355. Kitaihei Gold (Net Village) - 512
356. Rune Caster (?) - 469
357. Re-Volt (Taito/Acclaim) - 468
358. Pachi-Slot Teiou: Dream Slot ~Heiwa SP~ (Media Entertainment) - 457
359. Hello Kitty no Waku Waku Cookies (Sega) - 443
360. Golem no Maigo (Caramel Pot) - 438

361. Shinseiki Evangelion: Typing Hokan Keikaku (GAINAX) - 425
362. Battle Beaster (Studio Wonder Effect) - 421
363. Net@Versus Reversi (Atmark) - 267
364. Net@Versus Hanafuda (Atmark) - 248
365. Net@Versus Renju Gomoku Narabe (Atmark) - 245
366. Net@Versus Igo (Atmark) - 225
367. Net@Versus Chess (Atmark) - 107
368. Spirit of Speed 1937 (Acclaim Japan/Taito) - 87

- Listed but No Sales Numbers -
Grauen no Torikago Kapitel 1: Keiyaku (Sega)
Grauen no Torikago Kapitel 2: Torikago (Sega)
Grauen no Torikago Kapitel 3: Kansei (Sega)
Grauen no Torikago Kapitel 4: Kaikou (Sega)
Grauen no Torikago Kapitel 5: Shoukuzai
Grauen no Torikago Kapitel 6: Senritsu

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I'm not 100% sure what's the cut off date for these sales figures. They're taken from this book that Dorimaga put out. It's was published on 9/30/2001.
 

Drkirby

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Atmark can't still be in business, there games didn't even manage to sell 3k units combined :lol
 

Busaiku

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I never would've expected Seaman to have been that big.
It's kinda sad to see how popular fighting games were back in the day, compared to now at least.

Angelus Errare said:
wow.....

I wonder how much Shenmue I and II did.
Shenmue's #5 with 392k.
 

typhonsentra

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Why can't he just release a comic or something to tell us how Shenmue ends already? Goddamn that ending.
 

ChairmanMeow

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I've always known Seaman was the best selling DC game, I just didn't realize that most of these titles sold so poorly. This list is extremely depressing, I'm going to go hug my import Dreamcast.
 

GhostSeed

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ChairmanMeow said:
This list is extremely depressing, I'm going to go hug my import Dreamcast.
Tell me about it, as a DC fan this was the most depressing thing I've ever had to type out. But the numbers really are interesting to look through.
 

Sho_Nuff82

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Shenmue one was virtually on par with the Yakuza series.

69. Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: Fight of the Future (Capcom) - 76,651
Gamers should never be forgiven for this. We killed 2D fighters for nearly a decade by ignoring this game.
 

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Zoc said:
And one of these! Anybody own a rarer Japanese DC title than me?
I own these:

341. Cleopatra Fortune (Altron) - 966
342. Jet Coaster Dream 2 (Bimboosoft) - 947
344. Zusar Vasar (Real Vision) - 917
349. Plus Plum (Takuyo) - 777
360. Golem no Maigo (Caramel Pot) - 438
 
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Raist said:
Where the F is toy commander.
It's this:

236. Totsugeki! Teketeke!! Toy Ranger (Sega) - 10,098

Rlan said:
So all those Capcom matching service versions were completely not worth it
Weren't at least some of them sold online only, though, and not in stores? Were they meant to sell well?

GhostSeed said:
Tell me about it, as a DC fan this was the most depressing thing I've ever had to type out. But the numbers really are interesting to look through.
Even though I know the reasons -- tiny devoted fanbase, very easy ports from the popular Naomi, etc -- it is surprising that those all those shmups and dating sims came out from mid '02 to '07... those were virtually the only genres represented, sure, but it is interesting considering how terribly the system did in the market in Japan. Those sales are sad, but they just reaffirm what we knew -- DC's market-share was in the single digits there, even lower than how well it did here or in Europe. So why were they the ones who got five more years of shmups... bah. :)

Sho_Nuff82 said:
Gamers should never be forgiven for this. We killed 2D fighters for nearly a decade by ignoring this game.
SFIII failed for being to different, the games before it for being too similar... what DID people want, then? 3D graphics? But SF EX didn't do amazingly either... I don't know. But it certainly is true in the US at least that SFIII didn't catch on for years. Alpha was much more successful here I believe, I'd bet that US DC sales numbers would show SFA3 above SF3...

Really though, in the US at least, I think it was just that after the initial success of SF2 and MK, the genre faded a bit. Somehow later titles didn't hold people's interest quite as much... the genre still isn't as popular as it was for those few years. It wasn't just SF3 that failed, look at how back then there were a lot of Western-developed fighting games out there, particularly after the success of MK; this decade, apart from wrestling games and such, about all there is is Mortal Kombat... and I don't think the whole blame is just on people not understanding SFIII for years, though that does seem to be true. Which genres are more popular and which are less changes all the time, I have no idea why...
 

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Aaron said:
I own these:

341. Cleopatra Fortune (Altron) - 966
342. Jet Coaster Dream 2 (Bimboosoft) - 947
344. Zusar Vasar (Real Vision) - 917
349. Plus Plum (Takuyo) - 777
360. Golem no Maigo (Caramel Pot) - 438
The store up the street actually has that for like 500 yen. I was considering buying it just because of the beautiful cover. How's the gameplay? It's a maze-based puzzler, right?

 

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What's the deal with

US Shenmue (Sega) - 2,817

compared to

05. Shenme (Sega) - 392,111


Did US sales honestly only make up for under 3,000?
 

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Zoc said:
The store up the street actually has that for like 500 yen. I was considering buying it just because of the beautiful cover. How's the gameplay? It's a maze-based puzzler, right?

I've heard this game is awesome. I regret not ordering it while I still could.
 

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Cowie said:
What's the deal with

US Shenmue (Sega) - 2,817 compared to 05. Shenme (Sega) - 392,111

Did US sales honestly only make up for under 3,000?
That's referring to Japanese sales of the US release, presumably?
 

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Only 1 game manage to sell over half million in the console's lifetime. That's depressing.
Wii Play can do that in 'just another MONTH'.
 

Cowie

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Stumpokapow said:
That's referring to Japanese sales of the US release, presumably?
oh okay, that makes sense now that I think about. These being japanese dreamcast sales and all.
 

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GhostSeed said:
From Nov. 27, 1998 - Summer(?) 2001
Thanks. Wow. Very different from Famitsu.

GhostSeed said:
97. 久遠の絆 再臨詔 (Fog) - 60,356
175. 西風の狂詩曲 "Rhapsody of Zephyr" (Softmax) - 19,534
Probably,

Kuon no Kizuna: Sairin Mikotonori
Nishikaze no Kyoushikyouku

respectively.

billy.sea said:
Only 1 game manage to sell over half million in the console's lifetime. That's depressing.
Not even that in Famitsu.
 

Arpharmd B

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Everyone is saying how depressing these numbers are...

...meanwhile these software sales crush the Japanese 360 software sales and are more or less the same/better than Japanese PS3 software sales in the exact same amount of time.

Also, I was always under the impression Japan was Dreamcasts weakest market. This system should not have died so damn early.
 

vazel

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Woah at Seaman. Ah fuck at Jet Set Radio. Damn you Japanese.
billy.sea said:
Only 1 game manage to sell over half million in the console's lifetime. That's depressing.
Wii Play can do that in 'just another MONTH'.
Let's keep in mind this is Japan only. I remember Peter Moore saying most Sega 1st party titles sold well. Dreamcast was more popular outside of Japan. Sonic Adventure sold 2.5 million. So that's 2 mil outside of Japan. Just putting all of this out there in case people continue to propagate myths about Dreamcast's failure. It was mostly corporate politics + debt from the past that killed the Dreamcast.
 

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You know, people complain about Nintendo game sales dominating third parties' like it's a unique case, but look at this top 30:

01. Seaman (Sega) - 539,367
02. Sonic Adventure (Sega) - 475,152

03. Biohazard CODE: Veronica (Capcom) - 469,813
04. Sega Rally 2 (Sega) - 421,836
05. Shenme (Sega) - 392,111
06. Virtua Fighter 3tb (Sega) - 373,749
07. J League Pro Soccer Club oh Tsukurou! (Sega) - 369,116

08. Soul Calibur (Namco) - 359,346
09. Virtua Striker 2 Ver. 2000.1 (SEGA) - 319,825
10. Sakura Taien 3 (Sega) - 314,597

11. The House of the Dead 2 (Sega) - 277,351
12. Pro Yakyuu Team o Tsukurou! (Sega) - 240,305

13. Grandia II (Game Arts) - 206,448
14. Virtual On: Oratorio Tangram (Sega) - 180,460
15. Sega GT Homologation Special (Sega) - 178,956
16. Phantasy Star Online (Sega) - 178,747

17. Shutoko Battle (Genki) - 177,605
18. Soccer Tsuku Tokudai Gou ~J League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou~ (Sega) - 177,141
19. Space Channel 5 (Sega) - 177,011
20. Sakura Taisen (Sega) - 171,296


21. Power Stone (Capcom) - 169,795
22. Shinkisekai Evolution ((Evolution: The World of Sacred Device)) (Sega/ESP/Sting) - 162,396
23. Crazy Taxi (Sega) - 160,515

24. Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (Capcom) - 160,322
25. Phantasy Star Online Ver. 2 (Sega) - 148,881
26. Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Capcom) - 146,454
27. Get Bass (Sega) - 145,535
28. Blue Stinger (Sega) - 140,135

29. D2 (WARP) - 133,955
30. Sakura Taisen 2 (Sega) - 136,875

it's almost all Sega, with some Capcom sprinkled in for good measure. (22 Sega titles, 4 Capcom, 4 others)
 

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animlboogy said:
This is fascinating. I had no idea games could sell this poorly. I wonder what the numbers look like for the lowest-selling games on consoles without the excuse of a high profile failure.
Piracy, piracy, piracy
 

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animlboogy said:
This is fascinating. I had no idea games could sell this poorly. I wonder what the numbers look like for the lowest-selling games on consoles without the excuse of a high profile failure.
Keep in mind these are Japanese sales, where games typically sell fewer copies than in North America.
 

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246. L.O.L. ~Lack of Love~ (ASCII) - 9,017
Needs a remake/port. More people need to play this. I like it better than Skip's GC games.

79. Eldorado Gate Vol. 1 (Capcom) - 70,431
154. Eldorado Gate Vol. 2 (Capcom) - 23,909
184. Eldorado Gate Vol. 3 (Capcom) - 17,649
216. Eldorado Gate Vol. 4 (Capcom) - 13,317
250. Eldorado Gate Vol. 5 (Capcom) - 8,741
274. Eldorado Gate Vol. 6 (Capcom) - 5,738
Quite a drop after the first one, but it's supposedly a good series. I guess this shows how many people buy games but don't play through them - they would have probably done better to make one complete RPG package, than splitting it into episodes.

I guess the cutoff date means no Rez :(
 

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Zoc said:
The store up the street actually has that for like 500 yen. I was considering buying it just because of the beautiful cover. How's the gameplay? It's a maze-based puzzler, right?
You play as the golem and must move walls for the idiot king moving around the maze, since he walks straight until he hits an obstruction, and then turns right. So it's one of those starts off simple but gets tougher and tougher puzzle games. Graphics are PSX level, but it does come with a level maker. I'd say you'd get more than 500 yen of fun out of it. I bought it cheap myself, and thought it was worth it.

Jonnyram said:
Quite a drop after the first one, but it's supposedly a good series. I guess this shows how many people buy games but don't play through them - they would have probably done better to make one complete RPG package, than splitting it into episodes.
Didn't Capcom say they cut it up to make it easier for people to play through them? The games are very short either way, but I remember at the time being... ehh. Wasn't anything too special. First game had personality, but the actual gameplay was lousy.

222. Treasure Strike (KID) - 12,789
Thought this would be on the bottom for sure. One of my fav Japan only releases, but I don't know another person whose played it. More than double Cool Cool Toon's sales.
 

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Did I miss baku baku? And powerstone and dynamite cop got robbed. Dynamite Cop felt like some serious old school completely stupid beatemup that me and my friends couldnt get enough of. The absurdity of it all... shooting rockets at point blank, killing people with large frozen swordfish, just so ridiculous. I loved that game. :lol It was truly one of those "Are you a bad enough dude to beat this guy" type of game.
 

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Danthrax said:
it's almost all Sega, with some Capcom sprinkled in for good measure. (22 Sega titles, 4 Capcom, 4 others)
I'm pretty sure that D2 & Grandia II were published by Sega in Japan as well, for what it's worth.
 

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Well I see it's happening anyway despite my post. Why do some of you think piracy was such a critical factor in Dreamcast's failure? CD-R drives weren't standard parts of computers during the DC's lifespan. And not only that but distribution methods were also limited(most were on 56k and this was before bittorrent).

And once again I remind that these are Japan only numbers. The Dreamcast was least popular in Japan. Take Sonic Adventure which sold 2.5mil. That's 2 mil outside of Japan.
 
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Seaman @ No1!? No freaking way, that list cannot be right!

If that is right then I really am absolutely stunned, that is really amazing! What other console has a brand new IP that is completely off the wall like Seaman as its No1 best selling game? :D
 

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animlboogy said:
This is fascinating. I had no idea games could sell this poorly. I wonder what the numbers look like for the lowest-selling games on consoles without the excuse of a high profile failure.
Um, again you need to look at Japanese 360 software or PS3 software sales then if you think this is bad.

Seriously, I've now tried a few searches and cannot find Japanese PS3 or 360 software LTD. Can anyone toss a bone here?
 

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Nuclear Muffin said:
Seaman @ No1!? No freaking way, that list cannot be right!

If that is right then I really am absolutely stunned, that is really amazing! What other console has a brand new IP that is completely off the wall like Seaman as its No1 best selling game? :D
I'm surprised by how many people are actually surprised by this. I was well aware of Seaman's massive Japanese success, it was well covered news back then, if you read Gamefan or EGM or whatever. Then again, I was a hardcore DC fan, so I knew just about everything about the console.

I wonder if anything would be different if SEGA didn't use GD-Roms...
Piracy would definitely have been harder to do with way less DVD burners back then. That said, it would still probably have been possible and the added expense of including a DVD drive would have made the DC an even bigger flop than it was.

Besides, I'm not convinced piracy killed the Dreamcast in the first place.
 

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Arpharmd B said:
Besides, I'm not convinced piracy killed the Dreamcast in the first place.
Because it didn't. See my previous two posts. Piracy was harder back then(56k! no bittorrent!). Piracy was only mainstream easy when it came to mp3's those were a cinch.
 

Arpharmd B

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vazel said:
Well I see it's happening anyway despite my post. Why do some of you think piracy was such a critical factor in Dreamcast's failure? CD-R drives weren't standard parts of computers during the DC's lifespan. And not only that but distribution methods were also limited(most were on 56k and this was before bittorrent).

And once again I remind that these are Japan only numbers. The Dreamcast was least popular in Japan. Take Sonic Adventure which sold 2.5mil. That's 2 mil outside of Japan.
Ok, this is exactly what I always read. Japan was the weakest market.

Again, I wish we had PS3 and 360 software numbers, because Dreamcast's crush 360's and are roughly equal to if not better than PS3's software numbers, in the exact same time frame.

Now, put that in your pipe and smoke it for a second.