Media Create Sales: Nov 9-15, 2009

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Media Create Nov 9-15



01./00. [PSP] J-League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! 6: Pride of J (SEGA) - 84,966 / NEW
02./02. [NDS] Pokemon Heart Gold/Soul Silver (Pokemon Co.) - 62,744 / 2,980,000 (-15%)
03./00. [PS3] Dragon Ball: Raging Blast (Namco Bandai) - 57,972 / NEW
04./04. [NDS] Tomodachi Collection (Friend Collection) (Nintendo) - 56,391 / 1,639,000 (-11%)
05./03. [WII] Wii Fit Plus (Nintendo) - 53,257 / 903,000 (-24%)
06./01. [PS3] World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010 (Konami) - 49,129 / 267,000 (-77%)
07./06. [NDS] Inazuma Eleven 2: Threat of the Invaders - Fire/Blizzard (Level 5) - 37,190 / 607,000 (-12%)
08./00. [WII] Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Crystal Bearers (Square Enix) - 35,412 / NEW
09./00. [NDS] Mega Man Battle Network: Operation Shooting Star (Capcom) - 22,744 / NEW
10./05. [PSP] Persona 3 Portable (Atlus Co.) - 17,360 / 158,000 (-63%)

11./10. [WII] Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (Nintendo)
12./08. [PS3] Bayonetta (SEGA)
13./12. [WII] Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo)
14./00. [PSP] Lunar: Harmony of Silver Star (GungHo)
15./00. [PSP] Hexyz Force (Atlus Co.)
16./07. [NDS] Final Fantasy Gaiden: 4 Warriors of Light (Square Enix)
17./00. [PSP] Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Jan (AQ Interactive)
18./11. [PS3] Tekken 6 (Namco Bandai)
19./17. [NDS] Tamagotchi no Narikiri Channel (Namco Bandai)
20./00. [PS3] Need for Speed: Shift (Electronic Arts Victor)
21./00. [PSP] Battle Spirits: Kiseki no Hasha (Namco Bandai)
22./14. [PS3] Infamous (SCEI)
23./19. [PSP] Monster Hunter Portable 2 G (BEST) (Capcom)
24./00. [PSP] Sengoku Hime: Senran ni Mau Otometachi (War Princess) (Yeti)
25./18. [NDS] Dragon Quest IX: Defenders of the Starry Sky (Square Enix)
26./13. [PSP] Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Universal Tuning (Square Enix)
27./09. [NDS] Summon Night X: Tears Crown (Namco Bandai)
28./00. [360] Dragon Ball: Raging Blast (Namco Bandai) - 7,000 / NEW
29./00. [PS2] Sengoku Hime: Senran ni Mau Otometachi (War Princess) (Yeti)
30./00. [PSP] Warship Gunner 2 Portable (Koei)
31./21. [PSP] Gran Turismo Portable (SCEI)
32./27. [360] Steins; Gate (5pb)
33./15. [360] Bayonetta (SEGA)
34./31. [PS3] Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (BEST) (Square Enix)
35./23. [NDS] Rune Factory 3 (Marvelous)
36./25. [PSP] Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu Portable 4 (Konami)
37./20. [NDS] Fresh PreCure! Asobi Collection (Namco Bandai)
38./24. [PSP] Shin Sangoku Musou 5 Special (Koei)
39./30. [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
40./00. [PSP] Phantasy Star Portable (BEST) (SEGA)
41./29. [NDS] Love Plus (Konami)
42./26. [PS3] Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (SCEI)
43./00. [NDS] Uchi no 3 Shimai DS 2 (The 3 Sisters in My Family 2): 3 Shimai no Dekake Daisakusen (Culture Brain)
44./28. [NDS] Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (CyberFront)
45./37. [WII] Monster Hunter 3 (Capcom)
46./49. [NDS] New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
47./39. [PSP] Macross Ultimate Frontier (Namco Bandai)
48./36. [PS3] Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (BEST) (SCEI)
49./44. [PS3] Tales of Vesperia (Namco Bandai)
50./43. [NDS] You'll Incur Losses if You Remain Ignorant: How Money and Things Work DS (Nintendo)

NDS - 15
PSP - 15
PS3 - 10
WII - 6
360 - 3
PS2 - 1



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|System |  This Week  |  Last Week  |        YTD  |         LTD  |
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|  PSP  |     45,197  |     47,776  |  1,829,496  |  13,187,599  |
|  NDS  |     38,785  |     42,936  |  3,081,932  |  28,201,567  |
|  PS3  |     38,498  |     48,925  |  1,202,749  |   3,825,217  |
|  WII  |     26,764  |     31,810  |  1,233,353  |   8,712,330  |
|  360  |      4,124  |      4,679  |    334,173  |   1,163,610  |
|  PS2  |      2,031  |      2,066  |    191,075  |  21,590,604  |
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|  DSi  |     33,749  |     37,421  |  2,617,005  |   3,848,364  |
|  DSL  |      5,036  |      5,515  |    464,927  |  17,767,732  |
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|  PSP  |     38,770  |     33,784  |  1,779,968  |  13,138,071  |
| PSPgo |      6,427  |     13,992  |     49,528  |      49,528  |
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Sep 8, 2005
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Another Rockman rpg to add to the price collapse list.

Torhthelm Tídwald said:
So can we declare the Final Fantasy brand dead in terms of spin-off unrelated to main series games?

Also: :lol :lol :lol :lol
Should have called the game FF7: Crystal Bearers.
 
Aug 30, 2007
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donny2112 said:
04./04. [NDS] Tomodachi Collection (Friend Collection) (Nintendo) - 56,000 / 1,639,000 (-12%)
The legs on this game just keep going. I know there are probably games which have had far better legs than this but i don't feel like i can remember many games staying this high for so long.

Has there been any other games that have stayed so high for so long? I'm thinking probably brain training, NSMB or MKDS but i don't really remember.

donny2112 said:
PSP - 40000
DSi - 33000
The DS really isn't selling that well at the moment. Will be interesting to see if it sells better over the holidays.
 
Apr 18, 2005
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Mutanthands said:
Well, that about does it. At least in Japan, the PSP GO is Sony's Gameboy Micro.
GBM had a first week of 170K and a LTD of 587K. PSPgo's first shipment was 150K, and it's sold ~50K of that in its first three weeks.

AdventureRacing said:
The DS really isn't selling that well at the moment. Will be interesting to see if it sells better over the holidays.
DSiLL launches this week, IIRC. The DSi has been down since its announcement.
 
Dec 26, 2007
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Well, so much for 3D Dot Game Heroes being a long burner :\ That would mean it sold less that 7K, which is how much DBZ sold on the 360.
 
Jan 22, 2007
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EXGN said:
Well, so much for 3D Dot Game Heroes being a long burner :\ That would mean it sold less that 7K, which is how much DBZ sold on the 360.
It's a tragedy but i'm thankful the game was even made in the first place. This is a game that i'm devoted to buying day one even if I don't have a PS3 yet when it launches in NA.
 
Jan 16, 2007
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expy said:
For a DD device that isn't THAT bad.


donny2112 said:
DSiLL launches this week, IIRC. The DSi has been down since its announcement.
I doubt the DSi LL will make as much of a splash as a new revision, or perhaps even a new colour. It's positioned to sell side-by-side with the DSi to a specific market, and will probably sell very few LTD in comparison to the DSi (though many who will buy it may have not bought a DSi otherwise).

Not to say it won't have a relatively strong opening week, but I don't think it's going to do a whole lot to strengthen DS sales as a whole in the long-run.
 
Jun 7, 2004
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Michan said:



I doubt the DSi LL will make as much as a splash as a new revision, or perhaps even a new colour. It's positioned to sell side-by-side with the DSi to a specific market, and will probably sell very few LTD in comparison to the DSi (though many who will buy it may have not bought a DSi otherwise).

Not to say it won't have a relatively strong opening week, but I don't think it's going to do a whole lot to strengthen DS sales as a whole in the long-run.
It should outsell the Go at least. For the greater good.
 

Fafalada

Fafracer forever
Jun 22, 2004
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donny2112 said:
GBM had a first week of 170K and a LTD of 587K. PSPgo's first shipment was 150K, and it's sold ~50K of that in its first three weeks.
Well Go could still reach 500k eventually - look at XBox.

Granted if PSP2 is really only a year away, it'll be Go that gets axed first, not the X000 series. They only need one premium DD device in the market.
 
Jun 7, 2004
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Fafalada said:
Well Go could still reach 500k eventually - look at XBox.

Granted if PSP2 is really only a year away, it'll be Go that gets axed first, not the X000 series. They only need one premium DD device in the market.
Unlike the Xbox, it is not a unique system on its own. The PSP2 isn't coming out next year, but the PSP-3000 will stay around until the PSP-4000 hits. The PSP Go isn't going anywhere. For the holiday season in December, Sony is now pushing new PSP-3000 bundles in Japan. The Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep LE PSP in Jan is also a PSP-3000. It's pretty much over for the PSP Go. :p
 
Oct 18, 2007
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Moor-Angol said:
Sony > Nintendo



Sony > Nintendo



Sony > Nintendo

ok, things came back to normality after 4 years
I want to post return of the king and rise of jesus etc, but since Dragona asked if I wanted a ban... I'm not sure right now.
 
#43
vicissitudes said:
We're all laughing at the PSP Go but it's still outselling the 360. Imagine how Microsoft feels. :/
I'm pretty sure they've entirely given up on the Japanese market.

They haven't even pretended to make an effort since Star Ocean 4. It seems that when they switched the division's goal to profitability they refocused all their efforts on the West and Natal.
 
Jun 7, 2004
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vicissitudes said:
We're all laughing at the PSP Go but it's still outselling the 360. Imagine how Microsoft feels. :/
It's outselling the 360 now, but the 360 is almost at 1 million units sold in Japan! MS has something to feel happy for! Maybe! :lol
 

DR2K

Doesn't buy fighting games to actually play them
Jun 6, 2009
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Pureauthor said:
No it doesn't. If Sony wants a DD-only device they can jolly well not half-arse it next time.
The machine itself is a thing of beauty, Sony on the other hand hasn't done much for it.
 
Jan 22, 2007
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