Media Create Sales: 01/12 - 01/18

PantherLotus

Professional Schmuck
#1

01. [WII] Wii Play: Mario Tennis (Nintendo) 56,509 / NEW
02. [NDS] Megami Ibunroku: Devil Survivor (Atlus) 55,466 / NEW
03. [PS3] Naruto: Narutimate Storm (Namco Bandai) 44,065 / NEW
04. [PSP] Dissidia Final Fantasy (Square Enix) 29,355 / 848,000
05. [PSP] Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G (PSP the Best) (Capcom) 27,032 / 332,000
06. [NDS] Rhythm Tengoku Gold (Nintendo) 25,488 / 1,594,000
07. [PS3] Fallout 3 (Bethesda Softworks) 24,488 / NEW
08. [NDS] Wagamama Fashion: Girl's Mode (Nintendo) 22,628 / 667,000
09. [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo) 21,847 / 3,177,000
10. [NDS] DS Uranai Seikatsu (Nintendo) 19,881 / NEW

11. [PS3] Gran Turismo 5 Prologue Spec III (SCE)
12. [WII] Taiko no Tatsujin Wii (Namco Bandai)
13. [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
14. [PS2] Gundam Musou 2 (Limted Edition) (Namco Bandai)
15. [NDS] Tongariboushi and the 365 Days of Magic (Konami)
16. [WII] Animal Crossing: City Folk (Nintendo)
17. [NDS] Kirby Super Star Ultra (Nintendo)
18. [NDS] Momotaro Dentetsu 20th Anniversary (Hudson)
19. [WII] Wii Sports (Nintendo)
20. [NDS] Pokémon Platinum (Pokémon)
21. [PS3] White Knight Chronicles (SCE)
22. [NDS] Penguin no Mondai: Saikyou Penguin Densetsu! (Konami)
23. [PSP] Musou Orochi: Maou Sairin (KOEI)
24. [NDS] Power Pro Kun Pocket 11 (Konami)
25. [NDS] Professor Layton and the Last Time Travel (Level 5)
26. [PS3] Race Driver Grid (Codemasters)
27. [PS3] Gundam Musou 2 (Limted Edition) (Namco Bandai)
28. [NDS] Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo)
29. [NDS] Phantasy Star Zero (SEGA)
30. [PS3] Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (Konami)

31. [NDS] Taiko Drum Master 2: The Seven Island Adventure (Namco Bandai)
32. [WII] Play on Wii: Pikmin (Nintendo)
33. [NDS] Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
34. [NDS] Harvest Moon: Welcome to the Wind Bazaar (Marvelous)
35. [WII] Karaoke Joysound Wii (Hudson)
36. [WII] Super Smash Brothers Brawl (Nintendo)
37. [PSP] Yu-Gi-Oh: Tag Force 3 (Konami)
38. [WII] Wii Play (Nintendo)
39. [NDS] Inazuma Eleven (Level 5)
40. [NDS] Tales of Hearts: Anime Movie Edition (Namco Bandai)
41. [NDS] New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
42. [PSP] Kenka Banchou 3: Conquer the Entire Nation (Spike)
43. [NDS] Suikoden Tierkreis (Konami)
44. [360] Race Driver Grid (Codemasters)
45. [PS3] Ryu ga Gotoku Kenzan! (PlayStation 3 the Best) (SEGA)
46. [NDS] Beautiful Letter Training (Nintendo)
47. [PS2] Yakuza 2 (Playstation 2 The Best) (SEGA)
48. [NDS] Chrono Trigger DS (Square Enix)
49. [WII] Family Ski World Ski & Snowboard (Namco Bandai)
50. [NDS] Akaiito DS (Alchemist)




Code:
[B][U]Hardware | This Week | Last Week |    YTD  |    LTD    [/U][/B]
NDS      |    81,334 |   101,630 | 413,642 | 25,451,951
PSP      |    42,559 |    60,495 | 260,142 | 11,575,747
WII      |    32,333 |    41,243 | 193,541 |  7,640,109
PS3      |    20,690 |    28,144 | 109,488 |  2,711,226
360      |     9,576 |    10,554 |  39,824 |    860,788
PS2      |     5,760 |     6,628 |  24,936 | 21,418,700
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DSi      |    62,525 |    78,201 | 140,726 |    979,296
DSL      |    18,809 |    23,429 |  42,238 | 17,416,632




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• Software numbers are typically posted on Wednesday nights at about midnight Eastern.
• Hardware numbers are typically posted Thursday nights at about 9:20 PM Eastern.
• Historic Famitsu Data Compiled by Garaph.
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#10
The playstation 3 seems to have a promissing year start this time round in japan.

7 titles on top 30, and some strong titles in pre-order (street fighter, resident evil, yakusa 3 and so on).

Let's see.
 

schuelma

Wastes hours checking old Famitsu software data, but that's why we love him.
#14
Tmac said:
The playstation 3 seems to have a promissing year start this time round in japan.

7 titles on top 30, and some strong titles in pre-order (street fighter, resident evil, yakusa 3 and so on).

Let's see.

And yet hardware sales are down compared to last year (we already have Famitsu numbers). If those games were accompanied by a price cut I would agree that they could get some momentum.
 

sprsk

force push the doodoo rock
#15
I'm actually quite surprised by MT.

Wagamama Tengoku still holding strong.

MH2 out of no where, wtf. Though maybe this can be attributed to DFF.

I had no idea Devil Survivor even came out last week.
 
#21
sp0rsk said:
I'm actually quite surprised by MT.

Wagamama Tengoku still holding strong.

MH2 out of no where, wtf. Though maybe this can be attributed to DFF.

I had no idea Devil Survivor even came out last week.
It did. You'll be quite addicted
if you like fuse your monsters for an infinite number of times.
 
#22
jakncoke said:
Is this good y/n?
First week sales for the PS2 games:
Narutimate Hero 1: 125,000
2: 224,000
3: 194,000
Accel: 75,000
Accel 2: 94,000

So, not great, and certainly nothing compared to the series former strength, but given its on the PS3, it's not horrible.
 
#23
XiaNaphryz said:
Crazy Taxi Wii using the wheel?
This ... is a wonderful idea. The courses would have to be modified to work with non-hairtrigger turns, but that seems like it could work. They already have Crazy Taxi on the GameCube so ... Wii de Asobu: Crazy Taxi! :D

schuelma said:
And yet hardware sales are down compared to last year (we already have Famitsu numbers).
To be fair, everything is down save the 360. The PS3 is not alone ...
 

Sage00

Once And Future Member
#26
schuelma said:
Yes, very true. Who knows how low Wii will get..
No lower than Nintendo want it to get. They've given themselves a massive price buffer for situations like this, along with keeping every trick in the book unused (colors, bundles, etc).
 
#32
Jonnyram said:
Full numbers for the top 30 are up:
http://thedrill.no-blog.jp/
Kurosaki Ichigo pointed out that there seems to be some discrepancy between that blog's numbers and MC's numbers. Notice #1 and #2 according to the blog and the top two in PantherLotus's post, for example. Too bad, too. They were definitely legit, but they're either modifying the numbers themselves or MC is feeding them tagged data. :(
 

PantherLotus

Professional Schmuck
#33
donny2112 said:
Kurosaki Ichigo pointed out that there seems to be some discrepancy between that blog's numbers and MC's numbers. Notice #1 and #2 according to the blog and the top two in PantherLotus's post, for example. Too bad, too. They were definitely legit, but they're either modifying the numbers themselves or MC is feeding them tagged data. :(
9/10 are transposed as well.
 
#41
jett said:
03. [PS3] Naruto: Narutimate Storm (Namco Bandai) 44,000 / NEW

You gotta wonder why do they even bother with the PS3
Well the game was made for the American Naruto audience and takes place at the start of the series where Japanese fans currently have NO INTEREST in playing right now.

The sequel that coves the later/current manga should sell at least around 100kish.
 
#46
viciouskillersquirrel said:
I'm just wondering how the rereleases are being pushed and to whom. Are they made primarily for people who didn't play them last gen or are they being sold to double-dippers?
Anyone who will buy them. ;) Pikmin has the added effect of building interest in the third game. Mario Tennis is taking the Wii Tennis controls and expanding it into a full game. Why program a new game when a modified old game will do? DK:JB just seems wrong without the bongos. :(
 
#49
It was me, I bought all of those copies of Play-on-Wii: Mario Tennis GC just to piss off the hardcore ^_^

I'm actually looking forward to the other Play-on-Wii games since I never owned any of them for my Gamecube, plus they are only $30 each so why not? =D

Anyway, noooo Kirby ;-;...but Kirby did well in Japan so it's good to here. Now where the hell is Kirby Wii, Nintendo? Gimme it now ¬¬