Medai Create sales May 15-21

Feb 17, 2005
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#1
1 PS2 hack//G.U. Vol. 1 - 91,000
2 NDS Brain training 2 - 62,000 (2,281,000)
3 NDS Tetris DS - 51,000 (499,000)
4 NDS Brain training - 45,000 (2,220,000)
5 PS2 Winning Eleven 10 - 45,000 (657,000)
6 NDS Animal Crossing - 33,000 (2,709,000)
7 PS2 Powerful Major League - 33,000 (123,000)
8 NDS English training - 29,000 (1,055,000)
9 NDS Pokemon Ranger - 18,000 (532,000)
10 NDS Mario Kart DS - 16,000 (1,383,000)

DSL 160,182
PSP 24,457
PS2 20,633
DS 16,867
GBASP 6,174
GBM 2,245
Xbox360 1,403
GC 1,051
GBA 25
Xbox 20
 
Jun 9, 2004
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1,300
#22
Same old, same old. Chart should look atleast a little different next week with NSMB and a couple of others coming out.

I wonder if Nintendo will just release 2 versions of the inevitable next Brain Age game ala Pokemon.
 
Jan 7, 2006
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toronto
#28
Rock_Man said:
10 NDS Mario Kart DS - 16,000 (1,383,000)
fantastic legs for mario kart! it's sold much better than the GBA one which is a really good sign. especially for those people that keep saying non-games are killing off regular game sales.. whoever it was saying that.. can't remember exactly who.
 

Archie

Second-rate Anihawk
Oct 15, 2005
29,654
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#29
metropolis said:
fantastic legs for mario kart! it's sold much better than the GBA one which is a really good sign. especially for those people that keep saying non-games are killing off regular game sales.. whoever it was saying that.. can't remember exactly who.
Tabris, Monorojo, Heian-kyo
 

JJConrad

Sucks at viral marketing
Jun 9, 2004
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#30
Stormbringer said:
Seems like each week, it's really the RACE to post this topic first :lol . So no wonder the typos and the half-chart...
If that's the case, I've got next week's all ready:



Medai Create sales May 22-28

1 NDS New Super Mario Bros.
2 NDS Brain training 2
3 NDS Tetris DS
4 NDS Brain training
5 NDS Animal Crossing




The rest will come later...
 
Apr 4, 2006
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www.cultjer.com
#34
typhonsentra said:
Does Nintendo just limit shipments of Brain Training? Why does it remain at the same level every week?
You can get Brain Training in every Japanese game shop (it's not limited), but there might be a relation between the Brain Training series sales and DS sales..
 

Archie

Second-rate Anihawk
Oct 15, 2005
29,654
1
0
#35
Error2k4 said:
who were the people saying that AC wouldn't reached 3 million? :lol

wow I don't think even Nintendo expected this kind of success for AC
If I remember right (and I might not), Miyamoto said AC did about 4 times what Nintendo was expecting. And that was when AC just hit 2 million. :p
 

starship

psycho_snake's and The Black Brad Pitt's B*TCH
Mar 19, 2005
2,317
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#39
JJConrad said:
If that's the case, I've got next week's all ready:



Medai Create sales May 22-28

1 NDS New Super Mario Bros.
2 NDS Brain training 2
3 NDS Tetris DS
4 NDS Brain training
5 NDS Animal Crossing




The rest will come later...
But it seems you've got it from next-gen :lol
The correct chart will be something like this:

1. NSMB
2. Brain Training 2
3. Brain Training
4. Tetris
5. Animal Crossing
 
Sep 25, 2005
68,178
3
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#40
Rock_Man said:
1 PS2 hack//G.U. Vol. 1 - 91,000
2 NDS Brain training 2 - 62,000 (2,281,000)
3 NDS Tetris DS - 51,000 (499,000)
4 NDS Brain training - 45,000 (2,220,000)
5 PS2 Winning Eleven 10 - 45,000 (657,000)
6 NDS Animal Crossing - 33,000 (2,709,000)
7 PS2 Powerful Major League - 33,000 (123,000)
8 NDS English training - 29,000 (1,055,000)
9 NDS Pokemon Ranger - 18,000 (532,000)
10 NDS Mario Kart DS - 16,000 (1,383,000)
Where's the third party support? I don't see how anyone could consider this a success of any kind.

I'm sure there are at least 2 third party PSP games in the top 50, which will lead to more support from developers, thus more good games which will eventually make the DS obsolete. That's where the true battle is.
 

Archie

Second-rate Anihawk
Oct 15, 2005
29,654
1
0
#42
PhoenixDark said:
Where's the third party support? I don't see how anyone could consider this a success of any kind.

I'm sure there are at least 2 third party PSP games in the top 50, which will lead to more support from developers, thus more good games which will eventually make the DS obsolete. That's where the true battle is.
Monorojo has hacked PhoenixDark.
 
Sep 25, 2005
68,178
3
0
32
#46
Error2k4 said:
That game doesn't count; it's a port. SE has actual new Final Fantasy games planned for the PSP. They weren't mentioned at E3, but they're coming. Believe.

The DS has little to no third party sales. When you take Tamigotchi and Nataru out the picture, the numbers are terrible.
 
Oct 5, 2005
551
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#47
PhoenixDark said:
Where's the third party support? I don't see how anyone could consider this a success of any kind.

I'm sure there are at least 2 third party PSP games in the top 50, which will lead to more support from developers, thus more good games which will eventually make the DS obsolete. That's where the true battle is.
Monster Kingdom, Valkyrie Profile Leenth, and Final Fantasy VII Advent Children sure did help the PSP make the DS obsolete.

Oh wait...

Monster Kingdom, a title was hyped up as a "killer app" for PSP in Japan bombed badly, Valkyrie Profile didn't have the strong legs Children of Mana has, and Final Fantasy VII Advent Children sold best on DVD.

PhoenixDark said:
That game doesn't count; it's a port. SE has actual new Final Fantasy games planned for the PSP. They weren't mentioned at E3, but they're coming. Believe.

The DS has little to no third party sales. When you take Tamigotchi and Nataru out the picture, the numbers are terrible.
You might as well not count any of the ports on PSP either then(Tales of Etereia, Breath of Fire 3, Suikoden 1+2, Valkyrie Profile, etc.)