Media Create Sales: Dec 6-13, 2009

Chris1964

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Media Create Dec 7-13

01. / 01. [WII] New Super Mario Bros. Wii (Nintendo) - 431.198 / 1.365.937 (-54%)
02. / 00. [WII] Tales of Graces (Namco Bandai) - 143.215 / NEW
03. / 06. [NDS] Friend Collection (Nintendo) - 101.905 / 1.924.371 (+36%)
04. / 00. [PS3] Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (Square Enix) - 92.743 / NEW
05. / 00. [PSP] Naruto: Shippuden Narutimate Accelerator 3 (Namco Bandai) - 76.596 / NEW
06. / 08. [NDS] Pokemon Heart Gold / Soul Silver (Pokemon Co.) - 75.006 / 3.228.418 (+19%)
07. / 02. [PSP] Phantasy Star Portable 2 (Sega) - 74.203 / 361.099 (-74%)
08. / 09. [WII] Wii Fit Plus (Nintendo) - 64.209 / 1.108.697 (+24%)
09. / 07. [WII] PokePark Wii: Picachu's Great Adventure (Pokemon Co.) - 57.410 / 121.170 (-10%)
10. / 03. [PSP] Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam Vs. Gundam Next Plus (Namco Bandai) - 56.596 / 279.581 (-75%)

11. / 05. [NDS] Professor Layton and the Flute of Malevolent Destiny (Level 5)
12. / 00. [360] Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (Square Enix)
13. / 13. [NDS] Inazuma Eleven 2: Threat of the Invaders - Fire / Blizzard (Level 5)
14. / 00. [PSP] World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010 (Konami)
15. / 00. [PS2] World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010 (Konami)
16. / 04. [WII] Samurai Warriors 3 (Koei)
17. / 18. [WII] Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo)
18. / 20. [WII] Taiko Drum Master Wii: Dodon to 2 Yome! (Namco Bandai)
19. / 00. [NDS] Luminous Arc 3: Eyes (Marvelous Entertainment)
20. / 21. [NDS] Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (Nintendo)
21. / 24. [NDS] New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
22. / 12. [NDS] Powerful Pro-Kun Pocket 12 (Konami)
23. / 00. [NDS] 9 Doors of 9 People of 9 Hours (Spike)
24. / 17. [WII] Momotaro Railway 2010: Sengoku Ishin no Hero Daishuugou! no Maki (Hudson)
25. / 10. [PS3] Assassin's Creed II (Ubisoft)
26. / 22. [PS3] World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010 (Konami)
27. / 27. [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
28. / 14. [NDS] Metal Fight Beyblade: Bakutan Cyber Pegasus (Hudson)
29. / 19. [NDS] Stitch! DS Rhythm and Ohana Adventure (Disney Interactive)
30. / 11. [PSP] Tokimeki Memorial 4 (Konami)
31. / 25. [WII] Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (Nintendo)
32. / 28. [NDS] Tamagotchi no Narikiri Channel (Namco Bandai)
33. / 15. [WII] Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes W (Namco Bandai)
34. / 00. [PSP] Bleach: Soul Carnival 2 (SCE)
35. / 23. [NDS] Monster Busters (Namco Bandai)
36. / 00. [NDS] Gokujou!! Mecha Mote Iinchou: MM Town de Miracle Change (Konami)
37. / 00. [WII] World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010 (Konami)
38. / 30. [NDS] Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies (Square Enix)
39. / 29. [PSP] Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP the Best) (Capcom)
40. / 32. [WII] Karaoke Joysound Wii DX (Hudson)
41. / 46. [NDS] Love Plus (Konami)
42. / 38. [NDS] Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
43. / 33. [NDS] Doraemon Baseball 2: Nettou Ultra Stadium (Namco Bandai)
44. / 42. [NDS] Cooking Mama 3 (Taito Corporation)
45. / 41. [PS3] Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Legendary Hits) (Activision)
46. / 00. [PSP] Fuun! Shinsengumi Bakumatsuden Portable (Genki)
47. / 26. [PSP] J-League Pro Soccer Club! 6: Pride of J (Sega)
48. / 00. [WII] Animal Crossing: City Folk (Nintendo)
49. / 45. [PS3] Yakuza 3 (PlayStation 3 the Best) (Sega)
50. / 16. [360] Assassin's Creed II (Ubisoft)

00. / 00. [ALL] Weekly Software Sales (All Publishers) - 2.165.545 / 58.919.423 (-20%)


NDS - 19
WII - 14
PSP - 9
PS3 - 5
360 - 2
PS3 - 1



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|System |  This Week  |  Last Week  |     YTD     |      LTD     |
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|  NDS  |    137.566  |    113.793  |  3.582.497  |  28.702.132  |
|  WII  |    135.898  |    106.555  |  1.555.323  |   9.034.300  |
|  PSP  |     74.962  |     71.292  |  2.055.724  |  13.413.827  |
|  PS3  |     75.086  |     57.782  |  1.416.927  |   4.039.395  |
|  360  |     10.646  |      5.314  |    357.903  |   1.187.340  |
|  PS2  |      2.463  |      2.277  |    199.896  |  21.599.425  |
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| DSiLL |     58.006  |     53.791  |    279.593  |     279.593  |
|  DSi  |     68.184  |     51.635  |  2.805.915  |   4.037.274  |
|  DSL  |     11.376  |      8.367  |    496.989  |  17.799.794  |
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|  PSP  |     71.885  |     67.880  |  1.991.324  |  13.349.427  |
| PSPgo |      3.077  |      3.412  |     64.400  |      64.400  |
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Rocksteady33

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Does anyone find it interesting that it seems Pokemon Gold/Silver seem to be getting boosted with the approach of the holidays and yet Dragon Quest IX and Monster Hunter 3 aren't? Anyone have speculation to why? I know the PokeWalker has helped with reselling Pokemon, but surely two of the other biggest RPG's of the year would see some kind of boost.
 
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Rocksteady33 said:
Does anyone find it interesting that it seems Pokemon Gold/Silver seem to be getting boosted with the approach of the holidays and yet Dragon Quest IX and Monster Hunter 3 aren't? Anyone have speculation to why? I know the PokeWalker has helped with reselling Pokemon, but surely two of the other biggest RPG's of the year would see some kind of boost.
Because parents are getting Pokemon games for their kids for Christmas, and because it's the "in" thing right now amongst kids obviously.
 

Rocksteady33

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mutsu said:
Because parents are getting Pokemon games for their kids for Christmas, and because it's the "in" thing right now amongst kids obviously.
But why wouldn't Dragon Quest be on those same lists? Pokemon has been "in" since the mid-90's. I understand it's popularity, but at the same time DQ is just as popular.

Just noticed PokePark's small drop. Not bad at all. I'm sure the lack of Pokemon on Wii for awhile has been helpful in that respect.
 
May 30, 2009
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The Tales number is horrible people. Tales of Vesperia on PS3 which is a year old port sold 220k first week. I think Graces only beat TOS2 and Vesperia on 360 (it was impressive attach rate tho). When we consider there are 9m Wii out there and only 143k tales sold, then it's horrible.

Edit: TOS2 sold 137k i believe in it's first week, it was also a Summer release. This one is a holiday release and it's a bigger more advertised title. There could be many reasons why it sold like this, but in just talking about the number we have now, it's a horrible number.
 
#23
LINK.AGE76 said:
The Tales number is horrible people. Tales of Vesperia on PS3 which is a year old port sold 220k first week. I think Graces only beat TOS2 and Vesperia on 360 (it was impressive attach rate tho). When we consider there are 9m Wii out there and only 143k tales sold, then it's horrible.
Tales of Symphonia 2 opened with 151,138.

Yes, it even lost to TOS2.
 
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With those weak sales of ToG you think the next main line Tales game will be for the PS3? Heck they could go multiplatform releasing it on both for the PS3/360 since they have an engine up and running for both systems. The next Tales game on both those systems could easily sale, 100k+ for the 360 plus 300k+ for the PS3.
 
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ZoddGutts said:
With those weak sales of ToG you think the next main line Tales game will be for the PS3? Heck they could go multiplatform releasing it on both for the PS3/360 since they have an engine up and running for both systems. The next Tales game on both those systems could easily sale, 100k+ for the 360 plus 300k+ for the PS3.
I think Team Symphonia is already making the next Tales for HD, I could be wrong. The real question is whether if BNamco ever makes a Tales game on the Wii after this?
 

Chris1964

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Media Create
02 . [WII] Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (Namco Bandai) - 137.431 / 137.431
02 . [WII] Tales of Graces (Namco Bandai) - 143.000 / 143.000

Famitsu
01 . [WII] Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (Namco Bandai) - 151.138 / 151.138
02 . [WII] Tales of Graces (Namco Bandai) - 143.000 / 143.000
 

Chris1964

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ZoddGutts said:
With those weak sales of ToG you think the next main line Tales game will be for the PS3? Heck they could go multiplatform releasing it on both for the PS3/360 since they have an engine up and running for both systems. The next Tales game on both those systems could easily sale, 100k+ for the 360 plus 300k+ for the PS3.
No if they are released the same day.
 

jeremy1456

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ZoddGutts said:
With those weak sales of ToG you think the next main line Tales game will be for the PS3? Heck they could go multiplatform releasing it on both for the PS3/360 since they have an engine up and running for both systems. The next Tales game on both those systems could easily sale, 100k+ for the 360 plus 300k+ for the PS3.
If they release the game simultaneously on both consoles I severely doubt it would reach 100k+ sales on the Xbox 360.
 
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jeremy1456 said:
I'm calling it right now - Tales of Vesperia 2 will be announced exclusively for the PS3.
I don't see much reason to leave the Xbox 360 out, since the game will eventually be released internationally.

It's not like buying exclusivity for this title is really going to help the PS3 in Japan in any significant way.
 

jeremy1456

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grandjedi6 said:
oof, doesn't this make Graces the lowest selling non-port Tales game?
Are we talking first week sales?

Depends on the tracker you use - one has Symphonia 2 ahead and the other Graces.

Furthermore, Vesperia's first week on 360 was lower than Graces.
 

jeremy1456

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Nirolak said:
I don't see much reason to leave the Xbox 360 out, since the game will eventually be released internationally.
Why was PSP left out for Graces?

I'm not doubting that it will come to the 360, but if anything it'll be a late port.
 
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jeremy1456 said:
Furthermore, Vesperia's first week on 360 was lower than Graces.
To be fair, at the time the Xbox 360 had an install base of about 600,000, while the Wii has an install base of 9 million.

There's obviously not a linear relationship between sales and install base, but still, there were barely any people to even sell the game to on Xbox 360.
 
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The thing is, Tales of Graces is up against Final Fantasy XIII. You don't really expect people to finish Tales of Graces in 1 week then move onto Final Fantasy XIII right? If people had to choose, they would go for FF13.
 

grandjedi6

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jeremy1456 said:
Are we talking first week sales?

Depends on the tracker you use - one has Symphonia 2 ahead and the other Graces.

Furthermore, Vesperia's first week on 360 was lower than Graces.
Beating Vesperia 360 is that great of a talking point though :lol

jeremy1456 said:
Why was PSP left out for Graces?

I'm not doubting that it will come to the 360, but if anything it'll be a late port.
Going the FF13 route seems smarter for that scenario.

And how would a PSP version help Graces internationally?
 
Apr 15, 2005
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Rocksteady33 said:
But why wouldn't Dragon Quest be on those same lists? Pokemon has been "in" since the mid-90's. I understand it's popularity, but at the same time DQ is just as popular.

Just noticed PokePark's small drop. Not bad at all. I'm sure the lack of Pokemon on Wii for awhile has been helpful in that respect.
Because most people already have DQ9 and people who care less about this game has already finished it and moved on. For those who really still care about DQ9 they would still be playing, but that's definitely not amongst the "kids" who loves their Pokemon.
 
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jeremy1456 said:
Actually we're in the eye of the storm.

Redesign and price drop was the beginning.
Hm. This is true. It's gonna get very violent very quick. Fortunately, I'm wearing my raincoat and have an umbrella, so I should be okay.
 
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Seraphis Cain said:
The legs on Tomodachi Collection are absolutely ridiculous.
Tomodachi Collection is just a testiment on how a broad appeal can attract solid sales over time. And how long since this game been released? Five months and still having solid sales?

If New Super Mario Bros. Wii has such sales, it will surely beat the DS version over time in Japan.