Media Create figures - June 19 to June 25

Nov 10, 2005
32,166
25
0
#1
1. Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria (PS2) - 281,510
2. New Super Mario Bros. (NDS) - 170,168 (1,848,813)
3. Brain Age 2 (NDS) - 57,752 (2,594,989)
4. Winning Eleven 10 (PS2) - 49,926 (863,457)
5. Brain Age (NDS) - 38,766 (2,437,374)
6. King of Fighters XI (PS2) - 28,015
7. Animal Crossing WW (NDS) - 27,780 (2,857,990)
8. English Training (NDS) - 24,978 (1,193,324)
9. Sony Computer Science Kenkyuusho Kenmogi Kenichirou Hakase Kanshuu - Nou ni Kaikan: Aha Taiken (PSP) - 23,548
10. Digimon Story - 21,520 (62,655)

http://eg.nttpub.co.jp/ranking.html
 

Archie

Second-rate Anihawk
Oct 15, 2005
29,654
1
0
#3
yawn zzzzzz

vp 2 seems sort of low. new smb is moving along. the usual suspects are still hanging around. boring chart
 
Jun 9, 2004
9,726
0
1,300
#5
Haha @ #9.

As of next week NSMB will be the best selling Mario platformer in Japan since Super Mario World and the best selling Mario game of any kind since Mario Kart 64. Also, Brain Age + Brain Age 2 combined is over 5 million now.
 
Jun 8, 2004
4,797
0
0
#7
A Link to the Past said:
1. Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria (PS2) - 281,510
2. New Super Mario Bros. (NDS) - 170,168 (1,848,813)
3. Brain Age 2 (NDS) - 57,752 (2,594,989)
4. Winning Eleven 10 (PS2) - 49,926 (863,457)
5. Brain Age (NDS) - 38,766 (2,437,374)
6. KoF XI (KOF 2006) (PS2) - 28,015
7. Animal Crossing WW (NDS) - 27,780 (2,857,990)
8. English Training (NDS) - 24,978 (1,193,324)
9. SEGA whatever Brain Training (PSP) - 23,548 :D
10. Digimon Story - 21,520 (62,655)
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Y2Kev

TLG Fan Caretaker Est. 2009
Jul 6, 2005
91,412
0
0
30
#11
Archie said:
yawn zzzzzz

vp 2 seems sort of low. new smb is moving along. the usual suspects are still hanging around. boring chart
VP2 is doing all right if you consider the season...but that just might be an American thing. Here's VP1's sales:

VALKYRIE PROFILE 99.12.22 PS
311,630 -> 97,282 -> 54,055
634,958 (49.08 %)

So it's tracking only 30,000 below VP1 or so...which is a sizable chunk, but it's still doing better than we thought I think.
 
Jun 8, 2004
4,797
0
0
#13
Famitsu Data from that same mystery source

VP2 Silmeria - 302867
New SMB - 169852
Magical Vacation - 18546
brain training in the Sony Computer Science department - 17754
 
Feb 17, 2005
879
0
0
#25
11 NDS Tetris DS (Nintendo) - 20,412 (640,760)
12 PS2 Galaxy Angel II (Broccoli) - 18,902
13 NDS Magical Vacation: 5-tsu no Hoshi ga Narabu toki (Nintendo) - 13,571
14 PS2 Hisshou Pachi-Slot Kouryoku Series Vol. 5 (D3)
15 NDS Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
16 NDS Pokemon Ranger (Nintendo)
17 NDS Gyakuten Saiban: Yomigaeru Gyakuten (Best Price) (Capcom) - 7,991 (18,738)
18 NDS Metroid Prime Hunters (Nintendo) - 7,485 (59,058)
19 NDS Yawaraka Atama Juku (Nintendo)
20 NDS Puzzle Series Vol. 3: Sudoku (Hudson)
21 PSP World Soccer Winning Eleven 9: Ubiquitous Edition (PSP the Best) (Konami)
22 PSP Nou Ryoku Trainer Portable 2 (Sega)
23 NDS Unou no Tatsujin: Gunbullet Trainer (Namco)
24 PSP Doko Demo Issho: Let's Gakkou! (Sony) - 5,424 (22,276)
25 NDS Kanji Sonomama Rakubiki Jiten (Nintendo)
26 PS2 Jikkyou Powerful Major League (Konami)
27 PS2 Final Fantasy XII (Square Enix)
28 NDS Seiken Densetsu DS: Children of Mana (Square Enix)
29 PSP Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable (Square Enix) - 4,707
30 NSD Tamagotchi no Puchi Puchi Omisecchi (Bandai)
 
Apr 5, 2006
46,932
1
0
#32
A Link to the Past said:
Not really, just low sales period with DS games in general holding on longer.
Actually sales seem to be up since last week, since Kaitou Rousseau at #23 was at 4,816, whereas Itadaki Street at #27 is at 4,707.
 
Dec 19, 2005
16,019
1
0
#40
Wow, very, very disappointing launch for Magical Vacation 2. Legs or not, this game's not going to come anywhere close to selling comparably with its predecessor -- I'm very disappointed in that.

Great launch for VP2.

Metal Saga DS seems to have dropped off the top 30 in its second week... another ouch there.
 
Apr 7, 2006
2,029
0
0
www.somesmart.com
#41
ethelred said:
Wow, very, very disappointing launch for Magical Vacation 2. Legs or not, this game's not going to come anywhere close to selling comparably with its predecessor -- I'm very disappointed in that.

Great launch for VP2.

Metal Saga DS seems to have dropped off the top 30 in its second week... another ouch there.
I wouldn't be surprised if with worldwide sales it surpasses its predecessor, however. (the original never made it over, correct?)
 
May 31, 2006
6,580
0
0
#43
This makes me wonder how well Super Mario Galaxy will do...I really don't think Japan likes Mario in 3D. The sales of New Super Mario Bros. almost confirms it.
 
Jun 7, 2004
31,867
1
1,520
Tokyo
www.twitter.com
#46
jj984jj said:
Undoubtedly by the middle of July if not sooner NSMB will surpass SM64 in sales. That's quite a feat imo.
I disagree, mainly because Super Mario 64 wasn't even the best selling N64 game in Japan, and the DS is waaaaaaay passed the N64's userbase.

Still admirable, but not impossible to do.
 
Jan 14, 2006
4,393
0
0
Enzed
#47
loosus said:
This makes me wonder how well Super Mario Galaxy will do...I really don't think Japan likes Mario in 3D. The sales of New Super Mario Bros. almost confirms it.
That's a basless statement.
You'd have to compare NSMB to Sunshine. The latter being an underwhelming experience that arrived on a dead system in comparasion to what is basically the hottest gadget in Japan at the moment. DS already has outsold GCN LTD twice over.
NSMB will pass Mario 64 next week, although again the DS has far outsold the N64 in terms of hardware.

I don't think you can draw any real preference as the situations could not be more different. Somewhere a scientist is having trouble breathing.
 
Sep 12, 2005
7,685
0
0
38
Brisbane, Australia
#48
medrew said:
That's a basless statement.
You'd have to compare NSMB to Sunshine. The latter being an underwhelming experience that arrived on a dead system in comparasion to what is basically the hottest gadget in Japan at the moment. DS already has outsold GCN LTD twice over.
NSMB will pass Mario 64 next week, although again the DS has far outsold the N64 in terms of hardware.

I don't think you can draw any real preference as the situations could not be more different. Somewhere a scientist is having trouble breathing.

Correct, plus, Mario is technically 3d in NSMB anyway.
 
May 31, 2006
6,580
0
0
#49
medrew said:
The latter being an underwhelming experience that arrived
Well, that's your opinion. Some people think the same thing about New Super Mario Bros.

medrew said:
on a dead system in comparasion to what is basically the hottest gadget in Japan at the moment
Uh, the GameCube was in its second year when Super Mario Sunshine was released. It was certainly not a "dead system" and on top of it, the game had years to sell.

medrew said:
NSMB will pass Mario 64 next week
Exactly. And it passed Super Mario Sunshine a long time ago.

Grug said:
Correct, plus, Mario is technically 3d in NSMB anyway.
You'd have to be pretty retarded to not know what I was talking about.
 
Jun 5, 2006
37,104
0
1,120
Burlington, NC
www.actosgames.com
#50
medrew said:
That's a basless statement.
You'd have to compare NSMB to Sunshine. The latter being an underwhelming experience that arrived on a dead system in comparasion to what is basically the hottest gadget in Japan at the moment. DS already has outsold GCN LTD twice over.
NSMB will pass Mario 64 next week, although again the DS has far outsold the N64 in terms of hardware.

I don't think you can draw any real preference as the situations could not be more different. Somewhere a scientist is having trouble breathing.
With the conjectures I've made that the DS installed base will carry heavily over to the Wii launch base, Galaxy could do better than anyone could predict.