Media Create Numbers: 7/26 - 8/1/04

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SOFTWARE

1. (GameBoy Advance - Square Enix) Final Fantasy I + II Advance - 149,397 / 149,397
2. (GameCube - Nintendo) Paper Mario RPG - 51,297 / 210,719
3. (PlayStation 2 - Bandai) ONE PIECE Land Land! - 49,390 / 49,390
4. (PlayStation 2 - Arika) The Nightmare of Druaga: Fushigi no Dungeon - 43,214 / 43,214
5. (PlayStation 2 - Sammy) Guilty Gear Isuka - 38,703 / 38,703
6. (GameBoy Advance - Konami) Power Pro Kun Pocket 1 + 2 - 32,027 / 32,027
7. (PlayStation 2 - Konami) Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 11 - 31,406 / 292,479
8. (PlayStation 2 - From Software) Tenchu Kurenai - 28,151 / 103,970
9. (PlayStation 2 - Namco) Taiko no Tatsujin: Atsumare Matsurida Shitaiboku (Tatakon Doukonhan) - 25,437 / 56,420
10. (PlayStation 2 - Sammy) Jissen Pachislot: Hitsushouho! Hokutou no Nibushi (Fist of the North Star) - 20,389 / 725,270

HARDWARE

1. (Sony) PlayStation 2 - 35,409 / 1,575,766
2. (Nintendo) GameBoy Advance SP - 33,321 / 1,540,802
3. (Nintendo) GameCube - 9,730 / 426,811
4. (Nintendo) GameBoy Advance - 2,387 / 165,270
5. (Microsoft) Xbox - 334 / 22,847
6. (Sony) PSone - 80 / 12,610
7. (Bandai) Swan Crystal - 70
 
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I'd really like to know where you get the actual hardware numbers from. I wouldn't mind researching some statistics.
 
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What did Final Fantasy I & II do on the PSX and WSC?

Decent numbers for GC hardware (about where it should be weekly), good sales for Paper Mario 2.
 
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CVXFREAK said:
Final Fantasy I + II Advance: 149,397
Final Fantasy (WSC): 147,173
Final Fantasy II (WSC): 146,765
Final Fantasy (PSone): 55,095
Final Fantasy II (PSone): 56,693
Final Fantasy I + II Premium Pack (PSone): 35,091
Thanks.

Those are first week sales?
 
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Mrbob said:
Hmm. Looks like Square Enix should have released FF1 & 2 seperately instead of bundled together.
Weren't you one of the people BITCHING about Nintendo releasing the NES classics for $20 each or am I thinking of another Mrbob?
 
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I wouldn't buy this two pack. Maybe if they bundled the first six FF games together for 30 bucks I'd pick it up. All I'm saying from a business perspective they got 150K each for ff1 and ff2 on WSC. Got the same amount bundled together on GBA.
 
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I think it barley broke 50k overall :(
The Gamecube version would probably have preformed much better if it hadn’t been released alongside with two major releases on the two Nintendo platforms.
 

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maskrider said:
Go go Kurenai, it's selling rather well. I think it deserves it since it is rather good comparing to the previous ones.

BTW, I have also bought the Chinese version that released yesterday. Heh !
There is a Chinese version ? Niiccceeeee... I remember when I used to live in Taiwan, we only gets imported Japanese games and no Chinese translations. Only the manuals are translated into Chinese. We could also try to find the English versions too, but no Chinese.
 
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NetMapel said:
There is a Chinese version ? Niiccceeeee... I remember when I used to live in Taiwan, we only gets imported Japanese games and no Chinese translations. Only the manuals are translated into Chinese. We could also try to find the English versions too, but no Chinese.
Yes, except the voice (which is real good to stay in Japanese), all others are localized to Chinese. And it feels really great to completely understand what is going on.
 
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I've always wondered, but how much can a literate Chinese person make out in a sentence with a decent amount of Japanese Kanji? Likewise, how much of a Chinese sentence can a Japanese person manage to read? And I don't mean coherently either because that's impossible. :p
 
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CVXFREAK said:
I've always wondered, but how much can a literate Chinese person make out in a sentence with a decent amount of Japanese Kanji? Likewise, how much of a Chinese sentence can a Japanese person manage to read? And I don't mean coherently either because that's impossible. :p
If it is mostly Kanji, for those who don't know a bit of Japanese will at least understand/guess a bit on the meaning (although many of the Kanji are really not of the same meaning in Chinese). For Kana, completely lost for those who don't know Japanese.

I learned a bit of Japanese myself and I can at least understand but always needs to use the Japanese dictionary.