Media Create Sales 5/26 - 6/1

Feb 14, 2005
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01./00. [PSP] Powerful Pro Baseball Portable 3 (Konami) - 116,595 / NEW
02./00. [NDS] Endless Frontier: Super Robot Wars OG Saga (Bandai-Namco) - 97,825 / NEW
03./03. [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo) - 50,172 / 1,367,000
04./04. [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo) - 46,043 / 2,156,000
05./02. [PSP] Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G (Capcom) - 45,276 / 2,142,000
06./00. [WII] Family Trainer (Bandai-Namco) - 43,785 / NEW
07./00. [PS2] D.C. II: Da Capo II: Plus Situation (Kadokawa Shoten) - 39,858 / NEW
08./00. [PSP] Valhalla Knights 2 (Marvelous Entertainment) - 32,294 / NEW
09./00. [PS2] Mana Khemia 2: The Fallen School and the Alchemists (Gust) - 26,431 / NEW
10./00. [NDS] Empty Space Training (Benesse) - 25,408 / NEW

11./00. [PSP] Clannad (Prototype)
12./06. [NDS] DS Beautiful Letter Training (Nintendo)
13./00. [NDS] Front Mission 2089: Border of Madness (Square-Enix)
14./00. [NDS] Riddle Training (Benesse)
15./00. [PS2] True Blood (Kadokawa Shoten)
16./00. [PS2] Beatmania II DX 14 Gold (Konami)
17./09. [NDS] Taiko Drum Master DS: Seven Island Adventure (Bandai-Namco)
18./00. [PS3] Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 (Ubi Soft)
19./12. [WII] Wii Sports (Nintendo)
20./01. [NDS] Let's Make a Pro Baseball Team! (Sega)
21./00. [360] Lost Planet: Colonies (Capcom)
22./13. [NDS] We're Fossil Diggers (Nintendo)
23./08. [WII] Battalion Wars 2 (Nintendo)
24./05. [NDS] Glory of Hercules: Proof of Spirit (Nintendo)
25./10. [WII] Link's Crossbow Training (Nintendo)
26./19. [WII] Wii Play (Nintendo)
27./16. [NDS] Pokémon Ranger: Batonnage (Pokémon)
28./18. [NDS] Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
29./25. [NDS] Tottado! Yowiko's Deserted Island Life (Bandai-Namco)
30./21. [WII] Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Nintendo)
31./11. [PSP] Bleach: Heat the Soul 5 (Sony)
32./22. [WII] Deca Sporta (Hudson)
33./20. [PS2] Musou Orochi: The Evil King Returns (Koei)
34./00. [PS3] Turok (Touchstone)
35./14. [NDS] Luminous Arc 2: Will (Marvelous Entertainment)
36./00. [PS2] Fushigi Yuugi: Tale of the Vermillion Bird (Idea Factory)
37./17. [NDS] Tea Dog's Room DS 3 (MTO)
38./00. [PS2] Night Flower Romanesque: Love and Sadness are Your Aria (Marvelous Entertainment)
39./28. [NDS] Kanji Brain Test 2.5M (IE Institute)
40./26. [NDS] New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
41./00. [360] Overlord (Microsoft)
42./27. [NDS] SimCity DS 2: From the Past to the Future (EA)
43./24. [PS3] Valkyria Chronicles (Sega)
44./32. [NDS] Animal Crossing Wild World (Nintendo)
45./36. [NDS] Pokémon Diamond (Pokémon)
46./31. [NDS] Prof. Layton and Pandora's Box (Level 5)
47./34. [NDS] Mario Party DS (Nintendo)
48./00. [PS2] Alice Matic: Apocalypse (Russel)
49./00. [PS3] Battle Fantasia (ArcSystemWorks)
50./29. [NDS] Prof. Layton and the Curious Village (Level 5)

NDS - 22
WII - 9
PS2 - 8
PSP - 5
PS3 - 4
360 - 2



Code:
Hardware - This Week | Last Week |       YTD |        LTD
1. PSP   -    71,986 |    64,449 | 1,891,058 |  9,492,652
2. WII   -    50,851 |    49,047 | 1,519,690 |  6,135,850
3. NDS   -    38,355 |    37,404 | 1,453,916 | 22,626,967
4. PS3   -     9,169 |     9,071 |   426,842 |  2,068,518
5. PS2   -     7,203 |     7,189 |   235,686 | 21,162,723
6. 360   -     1,959 |     1,947 |    60,407 |    567,748




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Sep 6, 2005
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Cheesemeister said:


01./00. [PSP] Powerful Pro Baseball Portable 3 (Konami) - 117,000 / NEW
02./00. [NDS] Endless Frontier: Super Robot Wars OG Saga (Bandai-Namco) - 98,000 / NEW
03./03. [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo) - 50,000 / 1,367,000
04./04. [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo) - 46,000 / 2,156,000
05./02. [PSP] Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G (Capcom) - 55,000 / 2,142,000
06./00. [WII] Family Trainer (Bandai-Namco) - 44,000 / NEW
07./00. [PS2] D.C. II: Da Capo II: Plus Situation (Kadokawa Shoten) - 40,000 / NEW
08./00. [PSP] Valhalla Knights 2 (Marvelous Entertainment) - 32,000 / NEW
09./00. [PS2] Mana Khemia 2: The Fallen School and the Alchemists (Gust) - 26,000 / NEW
10./00. [NDS] How to Raise Pets (Benesse) - 25,000 / NEW
I don't think that's correct.

Edit: ahh okay. Typo.
 

Yoshichan

And they made him a Lord of Cinder. Not for virtue, but for might. Such is a lord, I suppose. But here I ask. Do we have a sodding chance?
Sep 1, 2006
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perfectchaos007 said:
3 PSP titles in top 10
2 DS titles in top 10

The tides....they are turning
:lol Not really, but PSP is doing really well.
 

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wii fit maintains..... hey does anyone know anything about the front mission game? border of madness... square enix pleased with sales of the first front mission perhaps?
 
Jun 19, 2007
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iidesuyo said:
Combined those 4 PSP games have sold much more units this week than the 12 NDS games.
Famitsu Top 30:

PSP

Powerful Pro Baseball Portable 3 (PSP) 109.000 [109.000]
Monster Hunter P. 2nd G. (PSP) 41.000 [2.210.000]
Valhalla Knights 2 (PSP) 35.000 [35.000]
Clanned (PSP) 29.000 [29.000]
Bleach: Heat the Soul 5 (PSP) 7.300 [62.000]
TOTAL -- 221,300

DS

Endless Frontier: Super Robot Wars OG Saga (NDS) 90.000 [90.000]
Front Mission 2089: Border of Madness (NDS) 20.000 [20.000]
Pace & Figure: Brainstorm Training: Ku-Tore (NDS) 20.000 [20.000]
Mario Kart DS (NDS) 14.000 [3.075.000]
Meccha Taiko Drum Master DS: Adventure in Seven Islands (NDS) 13.000 [178.000]
DS Beautiful Letter Training (DS) 12.000 [257.000]
Wonder & Science: Problem-Solving Training: Nazo-Tore (NDS) 12.000 [12.000]
Pro Baseball Team wo Tsukurou! (NDS) 11.000 [71.000]
Glory of Heracles (NDS) 10.000 [35.000]
We're Fossil Diggers (DS) 9.900 [130.000]
Pokemon Ranger: Batonnage (NDS) 9.000 [551.000]
New Super Mario Bros. (NDS) 5.300 [5.187.000]
TOTAL -- 226,200

Pretty fucking close, but not quite.

EDIT:
iidesuyo said:
Whoaaa you're right. Okay I take it back :D
Well, the point is still fairly valid.

Though, looking at this from a week on week basis can be deceiving. I don't have the energy to try and figure out software sales for the ytd between the two platforms.
 
Oct 26, 2006
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Tron 2.0 said:
Famitsu Top 30:

PSP

Powerful Pro Baseball Portable 3 (PSP) 109.000 [109.000]
Monster Hunter P. 2nd G. (PSP) 41.000 [2.210.000]
Valhalla Knights 2 (PSP) 35.000 [35.000]
Clanned (PSP) 29.000 [29.000]
Bleach: Heat the Soul 5 (PSP) 7.300 [62.000]
TOTAL -- 221,300

DS

Endless Frontier: Super Robot Wars OG Saga (NDS) 90.000 [90.000]
Front Mission 2089: Border of Madness (NDS) 20.000 [20.000]
Pace & Figure: Brainstorm Training: Ku-Tore (NDS) 20.000 [20.000]
Mario Kart DS (NDS) 14.000 [3.075.000]
Meccha Taiko Drum Master DS: Adventure in Seven Islands (NDS) 13.000 [178.000]
DS Beautiful Letter Training (DS) 12.000 [257.000]
Wonder & Science: Problem-Solving Training: Nazo-Tore (NDS) 12.000 [12.000]
Pro Baseball Team wo Tsukurou! (NDS) 11.000 [71.000]
Glory of Heracles (NDS) 10.000 [35.000]
We're Fossil Diggers (DS) 9.900 [130.000]
Pokemon Ranger: Batonnage (NDS) 9.000 [551.000]
New Super Mario Bros. (NDS) 5.300 [5.187.000]
TOTAL -- 226,200

Pretty fucking close, but not quite.

EDIT: Well, the point is still fairly valid.

Though, looking at this from a week on week basis can be deceiving. I don't have the energy to try and figure out software sales for the ytd between the two platforms.
Same amount of new releases so its fair enough. What this says to me is that the number of core gamers on both platforms is fairly even.
 
Jun 19, 2007
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favouriteflavour said:
Same amount of new releases so its fair enough.
Yes, but if the PSP had more catalog titles charting then it would have cleaned up.

I'm just throwing this stuff out here. I don't pretend to be able to interpret it as well as others on the board, but in my opinion a stronger showing when it comes to older titles shows a stronger platform. Developers don't necessarily have to worry about their titles not selling like gangbusters the first week because they tend to linger around longer.

Take Crisis Core as an example. It didn't do horribly, but hasn't shown its face in the Top 30 for quite some time. I'm sure it's quietly racking up respectable numbers somewhere, but the PSP (and PS3 for that matter) seem to suffer from the same problem where high profile releases sell well the first few weeks and then completely disappear. (Monster Hunter the obvious exception.)