Media Create Sales 6/18 - 6/24

Feb 14, 2005
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01./00. [NDS] The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (Nintendo) - 302,887 / NEW
02./00. [NDS] Itadaki Street DS (Square-Enix) - 148,876 / NEW
03./01. [NDS] Practice by Observing: DS Observation Training (Nintendo) - 44,138 / 265,000
04./04. [WII] Wii Sports (Nintendo) - 33,998 / 1,756,000
05./00. [PS2] Growlanser VI (Atlus) - 27,254 / NEW
06./00. [WII] Hajime no Ippo: Revolution (AQ Interactive) - 25,499 / NEW
07./06. [WII] Wii Play (Nintendo) - 22,206 / 1,421,000
08./00. [PS2] Mana-Khemia: The School Alchemists (Gust) - 20,963 / NEW
09./05. [NDS] More Brain Age (Nintendo) - 20,395 / 4,395,000
10./07. [NDS] New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo) - 18,129 / 4,557,000

11./00. [PS3] FolksSoul (Sony)
12./08. [NDS] Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii: Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2 (Nintendo)
13./09. [NDS] More English Training (Nintendo)
14./13. [NDS] Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
15./11. [NDS] Prof. Layton and the Mysterious Village (Level 5)
16./10. [NDS] Brain Age (Nintendo)
17./16. [NDS] Animal Crossing Wild World (Nintendo)
18./00. [NDS] Welcome for NANA Live Staff Applicants (Konami)
19./03. [PS3] Ninja Gaiden Sigma (Tecmo)
20./37. [NDS] Middle School English Vocabulary Target 1800 DS (IE Institute)
21./18. [NDS] English Training (Nintendo)
22./15. [NDS] Momotarou Dentetsu DS: Tokyo & Japan (Hudson)
23./17. [NDS] Yoshi's Island DS (Nintendo)
24./19. [WII] Super Paper Mario (Nintendo)
25./00. [360] Saints Row (THQ Japan)
26./21. [NDS] Kanji Brain Test 2M (IE Institute)
27./30. [NDS] Pokémon Diamond (Pokemon)
28./27. [NDS] Kekkaishi: Tale of the Raven Forest (Bandai-Namco)
29./00. [NDS] Cooking Navi: All-Empire Hotel (Koei)
30./20. [NDS] Common Knowledge Training (Nintendo)
31./31. [WII] Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition (Capcom)
32./12. [PS2] Hisshou Pachinko/Pachislo Capture Series, Vol. 10: CR Neon Geneses Evangelion (D3 Publisher)
33./25. [WII] Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree (Nintendo)
34./34. [NDS] Pokémon Pearl (Pokemon)
35./02. [360] Trusty Bell ~Chopin's Dream~ (Bandai-Namco)
36./26. [NDS] Phoenix Wright 4 (Capcom)
37./00. [PSP] Smash Court Tennis 3 (Bandai-Namco)
38./32. [PSP] Monster Hunter Portable 2nd (Capcom)
39./29. [NDS] Kurikin: Nano Island Story (Nintendo)
40./22. [PSP] Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai - Another Road (Bandai-Namco)
41./33. [NDS] Kanji Test (Rocket Co.)
42./24. [PSP] Final Fantasy Tactics: The Lion War (Square-Enix)
43./36. [NDS] Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis (Nintendo)
44./42. [NDS] Word Puzzle Mojipittan DS (Bandai-Namco)
45./28. [WII] Harvest Moon: Tree of Peace (Marvelous Interactive)
46./23. [PSP] Final Fantasy II (Square-Enix)
47./35. [NDS] Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings (Square-Enix)
48./39. [NDS] Dragon Quest Monsters Joker (Square-Enix)
49./14. [PS3] Call of Duty 3 (Spike)
50./38. [NDS] Big Brain Academy (Nintendo)

NDS - 30
WII - 7
PSP - 5
PS2 - 3
PS3 - 3
360 - 2



Code:
Hardware - This Week | Last Week |       YTD |        LTD
1. NDS   -   163,918 |   118,684 | 3,814,038 | 17,819,717
2. WII   -    65,582 |    65,521 | 1,880,933 |  2,800,576
3. PSP   -    32,984 |    33,359 | 1,044,842 |  5,576,971
4. PS2   -    11,962 |    11,974 |   404,057 | 20,558,916
5. PS3   -     9,581 |     9,481 |   481,017 |    938,575
6. 360   -     3,369 |     7,583 |   115,429 |    380,131
7. GBA   -       414 |       867 |    40,232 | 15,338,311
8. NGC   -        82 |       223 |     8,308 |  4,177,776
GBA = 0 GBA + 130 SP + 284 Micro
NDS = 30 DS + 163,888 Lite





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Mar 7, 2007
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#7
10. [NDS] New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo) - 18,000 / 4,557,000

NSMB will hit 5,000,000 before the end of this year.

Oh, and it's awesome to see the Japanese warming up to Zelda...
 

Stumpokapow

listen to the mad man
May 21, 2006
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And remember, Zelda is only two days worth of sales, so "second week" numbers will probably be higher than usual because they'll actually contain most of the first week of sales.
 
Jun 15, 2004
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#30
wow Trusty Bell no longer in the top 30. Probably already piling up at used shops for half price.

Didn't the PS2 Itadaki games with FF and DQ do better?
 
#34
Does NSMB still sell for full price, or is it cheaper now?

I would have thought everyone who wanted the game would have bought it by now. Seems people buy it along with the system, and at 150,000ish, that's still only about 1/8th of new owners.

I don't think DS's will go up any more than they have been - I don't think anyone would only buy a DS NOW if they wanted Zelda. The colours might bring in some more customers, but it's still very constrained.
 
Dec 28, 2005
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*Apple + F "Trusty Bell"*

...

At least it sold better than Origins.
Even though Origins is the best RPG released last gen and deserved to sell over a million copies
 
Nov 17, 2006
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JudgeN said:
I don't understand people in Japan, such a colorful game like Folksouls and no one cares, but yet people keep buying NSMB.
Well, duh. Folk's Soul is a low-key release on a low-selling system with a small install base. New Super Mario Bros. is one of the marquee titles that people buy with the system that has a massive install base and outsells the system FS is on by a 16 to 1 margin every week.

It really doesn't shock if you think about it.
 

PantherLotus

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Jul 4, 2006
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Wii Sports is quietly achieving that long-term sustained success typically reserved for Mario, Pokemon, and Brain Training titles. It's amazing really, and makes me wonder how long Nintendo can go WITHOUT sporting a sequel.

The other interesting thing is that while the 360 definitely has a niche audience in Japan (neogeo in the US?), that audience will definitely take a ride on some titles that might typically be out of their comfort zone. Cool to see.
 
Jun 7, 2004
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#39
I predict a good future for the DS from here on out. It's been a shaky last couple of years, but I think Nintendo might have a decent product on their hands.

I was starting to worry a bit about Sony, but they released two very big hits recently that have taken the next gen market by storm.
 

grandjedi6

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Feb 22, 2007
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AniHawk said:
I predict a good future for the DS from here on out. It's been a shaky last couple of years, but I think Nintendo might have a decent product on their hands.
Nah. They don't have more big hits after Zelda and Pokemon
 
Jun 15, 2004
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AniHawk said:
I predict a good future for the DS from here on out. It's been a shaky last couple of years, but I think Nintendo might have a decent product on their hands.
As long as there is something to train for the sky's the limit :D
 
Dec 28, 2005
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AniHawk said:
I predict a good future for the DS from here on out. It's been a shaky last couple of years, but I think Nintendo might have a decent product on their hands.
What does it have after Dragon Quest IX? Read: Nothing. The DS is going to fall to hell.
 
Feb 13, 2007
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
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AniHawk said:
I predict a good future for the DS from here on out. It's been a shaky last couple of years, but I think Nintendo might have a decent product on their hands.

I was starting to worry a bit about Sony, but they released two very big hits recently that have taken the next gen market by storm.
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Also, Ouendan 2 at #12. They got it right this time!