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1 NDS Brain Training 2 - 70,984 (1,886,802)
2 NDS Brain Training - 51,931 (1,929,506)
3 NDS Animal Crossing - 49,168 (2,462,062)
4 NDS Densetsu no Stafi 4 - 47,971 (47,971)
5 PS2 Guilty Gear XX Slash - 43,601 (43,601)

6 NDS English Trainig - 43,365 (846,714)
7 NDS Pokemon Ranger - 38,030 (359,001)
8 PS2 Final Fantasy XII - 24,694 (2,150,671)
9 PS2 Pro Yakyuu Netsu Star 2006 20,959 (72,986)
10 PS2 Pro Yakyuu Spirits 3 20,604 (89,142)

11 PSP Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu Portable
12 NDS Mario Kart DS
13 NDS Kanji Sonomama Rakubiki Jiten
14 PS2 Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! Euro Championship
15 PS2 Another Century's Episode 2
16 NDS Yawaraka Atamajuku
17 NDS Children of Mana
18 PS2 Ace Combat Zero
19 NDS Tamagotchi
20 PSP Monster Hunter Portable
21 NDS Darademo Asobi Taizen
22 GBA Mother 1+2
23 GBA Crayon Shin-Chan Densetsu o Yobu Omake no To Shukkugaan!
24 PS2 Black
25 PS2 Shin Sangoku Musou 4 Empires
26 PS2 Zettaizetsumei Toshi 2
27 PS2 Jissen Pachi-Slot Hisshouhou! Ore no Sora
28 NDS Osawari Tantei: Ozawa Rina
29 PS2 Sengoku Musou 2
30 NDS Puzzle Series Vol. 3: Sudoku

DS Lite: 140,969
DS: 37,204
PS2: 27,549
PSP: 26,340
GBASP: 6,372
GBM: 3,676
Xbox 360: 1,926
GC: 1,080
GBA: 46
Xbox: 30
 

DCharlie

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1. More brain training [DS] 71,000 / 1,887,000
2. Brain training [DS] 52,000 / 1,930,000
3. Animal Forest [DS] 49,000 / 2,462,000
4. Starfi 4 [DS] 48,000 / 48,000
5. Guilty Gear XX Slash [PS2] 44,000 / 44,000
6. English training [DS] 43,000 / 847,000
7. Pokemon Ranger [DS] 38,000 / 359,000
8. FFXII (PS2) 25,000 / 2,151,000
9. Pro baseball 2006 [PS2] 21,000 / 73,000
10. Pro Baseball spirits [PS2] 21,000 / 89,000

edit : wow - too slowwwww!
 
Jun 8, 2004
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1 DS Animal Crossing DS - 49,000 / 2,462,000
2 DS Legend no Starfi 4 - 48,000 / 48,000
3 PS2 Guilty Gear XX - 44,000 / 44,000
4 DS Pokemon Ranger - 38,000 / 359,000
5 PS2 Final Fantasy XII - 25,000 / 2,151,000
6 PS2 Pro Yakkyu Netsu Star 2006 - 21,000 / 73,000
7 PS2 Pro Yakkyu Spirit 3 - 21,000 / 89,000
Fixed

They release need to seperate application and games. Dumbass japanese!
 

Trident

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A Link to the Past said:
Well, this sucks. DS seems to be losing steam, even with a large shipment of DS Lites. :(

Will the big three pick up in sales, or will DS software sales go down until Christmas?
This is what they get for letting demand sit for 3 months (that's a quarter of a year).
 
Jan 9, 2005
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Will English Trainer hit a million by mid-May? It's on a nice pace, and Golden Week is coming up..

When's Nintendo's upcoming series of translation apps coming out? I fear for the charts.
 
Nov 10, 2005
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Archie said:
Japan still has Tetris, New SMB and probably a few more training games to help keep the momentum going.
Even still, those games will just be replacements, instead of what should be happening, that Brain Training 1 + 2, ACWW and English Training should still be holding on. I wanted New SMB, Tetris DS and future Brain Trainings to help those four get most of the top ten!

Oh, by the way, Nintendo: Drop ACWW's price to $20.00 and Brain Training's price down to $15. Seriously, if they did that, I guarantee you that they'll sell like monsters yet again.
 
Feb 16, 2006
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Archie said:
Japan still has Tetris, New SMB and probably a few more training games to help keep the momentum going.
its funny, because despite wild success in Japan, those games will merely prevent the DS from falling below the PSP in North America - much like what Tetris and MPH did for March. I mean, Mario can really only do so much on his own...
 

Oblivion

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Smiles and Cries said:
we don't get charts during Golden Week :(
WHAAAAT?!?! NOOO! Please tell me you're pulling a cruel joke. I have to know how Mother 3 does. :(


And poor AC. Looks like it's on its last legs. :(
 
Nov 10, 2005
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Seriously, Nintendo has to do a Player's Choice on the DS in Japan.

Just imagine:

Mario & Luigi 2, Pokémon Trozei, Animal Crossing WW, Pokémon Mysterious Dungeon Blue, Mario 64 DS, WarioWare Touched, Jam With The Band, Brain Training, Nintendogs, Daredemo, Gentle Brain Exercises, Jump! Superstars, etc.

I bet you that they'd all sell at minimum 10,000 copies, with Mario & Luigi 2 doing >50,000, ACWW dong >300,000, Nintendogs doing >50,000, Gentle Brain Exercises doing > 100,000, etc.

Seriously, a Player's Choice would make Nintendo tons of cash.
 
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jamesinclair said:
Its all over for Nintendo in Japan
Seriously. people in this thread are acting like the DS is going to be terminated by christmas. Give me a break. These games have been on the charts for more than 5 months, and in some cases more than 8 months. That is amazing. The DS is unstoppable. Not even FF can stop Animal crossing. Compare the budgets for both games, and compare how many units each game sold.
 
Feb 16, 2006
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A Link to the Past said:
Even still, those games will just be replacements, instead of what should be happening, that Brain Training 1 + 2, ACWW and English Training should still be holding on. I wanted New SMB, Tetris DS and future Brain Trainings to help those four get most of the top ten!
once thos eget released the top ten will look somehting like this:

December 2006

1. animal crossing: (cook) Delicious Sausages (DS)
2. brain training 3: Develop Telekensis In just Minutes a Day! (DS)
3. English Training: Advanced Grammer Deluxe (DS)
4. brain traing 2 (DS)
5. Brain training (DS)
6. Animal Crossing (DS)
7. English Training (DS)
8. New Super Mario bros. (DS)
9. Tetris (DS)
10. Cook Training Deluxe: Iron Chef Edition (Rev)
 
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Archie said:
With due time. Those games aren't setting the charts on fire, but I'm sure they are selling enough to justify keeping the price the same for now.
Eh, Jam With The Band hasn't been on the top 100 monthly chart in the longest time.

But still, did Nintendo even have a Player's Choice for the GBA other than the February one?
 
#38
You know a game's sales have been amazing thus far when people note that its sales being around 50K for a week months to a year after it released is seen as kinda low. :lol

Rock_Man said:
1 NDS Brain Training 2 - 70,984 (1,886,802)
2 NDS Brain Training - 51,931 (1,929,506)
Wow. It's possible they could cross 2 million on the same week.

Metropolis said:
is this sarcasm i really can't tell?

when i look at that chart it appears the the DS is destroying the competition..
Depends how you look at it. Yeah, the top DS games are still monsters, but each is doing 10-20K lower than last week.
 

jj984jj

He's a pretty swell guy in my books anyway.
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Rock_Man said:
11 PSP Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu Portable
12 NDS Mario Kart DS
13 NDS Kanji Sonomama Rakubiki Jiten
14 PS2 Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! Euro Championship
15 PS2 Another Century's Episode 2
16 NDS Yawaraka Atamajuku
17 NDS Children of Mana
18 PS2 Ace Combat Zero
19 NDS Tamagotchi
20 PSP Monster Hunter Portable
21 NDS Darademo Asobi Taizen
22 GBA Mother 1+2
23 GBA Crayon Shin-Chan Densetsu o Yobu Omake no To Shukkugaan!
24 PS2 Black
25 PS2 Shin Sangoku Musou 4 Empires
26 PS2 Zettaizetsumei Toshi 2
27 PS2 Jissen Pachi-Slot Hisshouhou! Ore no Sora
28 NDS Osawari Tantei: Ozawa Rina
29 PS2 Sengoku Musou 2
30 NDS Puzzle Series Vol. 3: Sudoku
Wow, new non-games am bomba.
 

Trident

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A Link to the Past said:
Even still, those games will just be replacements, instead of what should be happening, that Brain Training 1 + 2, ACWW and English Training should still be holding on. I wanted New SMB, Tetris DS and future Brain Trainings to help those four get most of the top ten!

Oh, by the way, Nintendo: Drop ACWW's price to $20.00 and Brain Training's price down to $15. Seriously, if they did that, I guarantee you that they'll sell like monsters yet again.
Dude, they still have the top three spots. Chill out.
 

jj984jj

He's a pretty swell guy in my books anyway.
Aug 30, 2005
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VultureDude said:
what type of non-gaming experiences to they offer?
I believe one is a Kanji Dictionary, not 100% if the other one is a non-game. It has something to do with a detective....... is that the Spike game? Ouch.