Media Create Sales 12/31-1/6 -- No change. PS3 Still Sux.

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  1. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    Media Create Sales 12/31-1/6
    Source: http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=226664

    01./03. [NDS] Mario Party DS (Nintendo) - 195,781 / 1,484,000
    02./02. [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo) - 127,142 / 1,011,000
    03./06. [WII] Wii Sports (Nintendo) - 118,286 / 2,625,000
    04./04. [NDS] Final Fantasy IV (Square-Enix) - 90,634 / 505,000
    05./10. [WII] Super Mario Galaxy (Nintendo) - 81,967 / 802,000
    06./11. [WII] Wii Play (Nintendo) - 78,065 / 2,130,000
    07./09. [NDS] Dragon Quest IV (Square-Enix) - 77,603 / 1,118,000
    08./08. [NDS] Prof. Layton and Pandora's Box (Level 5) - 76,263 / 683,000
    09./12. [WII] Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games (Nintendo) - 75,322 / 447,000
    10./13. [WII] Mario Party 8 (Nintendo) - 66,370 / 1,145,000

    11./14. [NDS] Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
    12./00. [NDS] Rune Factory 2 (Marvelous Entertainment)
    13./19. [NDS] New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
    14./18. [PSP] Monster Hunter Portable 2nd (Capcom)
    15./00. [WII] Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree (Nintendo)
    16./05. [PSP] Star Ocean 1: First Departure (Square-Enix)
    17./17. [NDS] Taiko Drum Master DS (Bandai-Namco)
    18./01. [PS2] Super Robot Wars OG Gaiden (Banpresto)
    19./20. [NDS] Powerful Pro-kun Pocket 10 (Konami)
    20./27. [NDS] Animal Crossing Wild World (Nintendo)
    21./23. [PS2] World Soccer Winning Eleven 2008 (Konami)
    22./34. [NDS] Tamagotchi no Puchi-Puchi Omisecchi: Thanks Everybody! (Bandai-Namco)
    23./29. [NDS] Pokémon Mysterious Dungeon: Time Expedition Party (Pokémon)
    24./24. [NDS] Tales of Innocence (Bandai-Namco)
    25./25. [NDS] Prof. Layton and the Curious Village (Level 5)
    26./39. [NDS] More Brain Age (Nintendo)
    27./32. [NDS] Pokémon Mysterious Dungeon: Shadow Expedition Party (Pokémon)
    28./28. [NDS] Nep League DS (Jaleco)
    29./16. [PS2] Naruto: Shippuuden N-Ultimate Accelerator 2 (Bandai-Namco)
    30./37. [NDS] Kanji Brain Test 2.5M (IE Institute)
    31./30. [WII] Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles (Capcom)
    32./41. [NDS] Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day (Nintendo)
    33./26. [PS3] Gran Turismo 5 Prologue (Sony)
    34./46. [NDS] Survival Kids 3 (Konami)
    35./36. [NDS] My Housekeeping Diary (Nintendo)
    36./21. [WII] Wario Ware Smooth Moves (Nintendo)
    37./38. [PS3] World Soccer Winning Eleven 2008 (Konami)
    38./15. [PS3] Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Activision)
    39./31. [NDS] Fast Card Battle: Card Hero (Nintendo)
    40./45. [PSP] Hot Shots Golf Portable 2 (Sony)
    41./49. [NDS] Dinosaur King: The Seven Fragments (Sega)
    42./00. [NDS] Kanji Test 2 (Rocket Co.)
    43./43. [NDS] Mega Man Star Force 2: Berserk × Dinosaur (Capcom)
    44./47. [NDS] Mega Man Star Force 2: Berserk × Shinobi (Capcom)
    45./35. [NDS] Kirarin Revolution: Make and Show at the Kime-Kira Stage (Konami)
    46./00. [NDS] Tea-Dog's Big Adventure (MTO)
    47./00. [NDS] Pokémon Diamond (Pokémon)
    48./33. [NDS] Doraemon Baseball: Dramatic Stadium (Bandai-Namco)
    49./00. [NDS] Brain Age (Nintendo)
    50./00. [NDS] IQ Supply 2 (Spike)

    NDS - 32
    WII - 9
    PS2 - 3
    PSP - 3
    PS3 - 3

    Code:
    [LEFT]Hardware - This Week | Last Week |       YTD |        LTD
    1. NDS   -   266,568 |   218,894 |   266,568 | 21,439,619
    2. PSP   -   218,234 |   161,370 |   218,234 |  7,819,828
    3. WII   -   207,797 |   152,209 |   207,797 |  4,823,957
    4. PS3   -    64,183 |    52,706 |    64,183 |  1,705,859
    5. PS2   -    32,010 |    25,569 |    32,010 | 20,959,047
    6. 360   -     9,763 |     8,304 |     9,763 |    517,104[/LEFT]
    
    All sales are up this week seeing as its New Years. Japanese kids get their New Years money and go blow it on games. The PSP is a never ending mystery. I don't understand how it outsells the Wii which has 6/10 of the top 10 games. I don't know what they're doing with them. They're certainly not playing (legal copies of) games on them.

    Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree makes a come back out of nowhere. I'll find the charts later.
     
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2008
  2. charmander rox

    charmander rox New Member

    Wow, Pokemon Diamond has been out for about eight months, and it is #47.
     
  3. SuperWooper

    SuperWooper New Member

    Lighten up, bud. The PSP's success is a good thing, since the PS3 isn't doing so well. Despite all the Sony hate I expect that you harbor as a Nintendo fanboy, competition is healthy. As for what they're playing, I heard that a little thing called Monster Hunter Portable 2 was the best-selling game of 2007 in Japan save for Wii Sports.

    The Wii isn't the kind of system that has breakthrough games each and every month. It's keeps a handful of memorable titles at the top of the charts, and besides that it's all old news. Besides, portable gaming has always been way bigger than console stuff over there.
     
  4. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    Oh, I didn't really mean to downplay the PSP's sales, I just don't understand it. I mean, what are they doing with the thing? They're certainly not buying games for it.
     
  5. DarkJake

    DarkJake New Member

    As if Wii sales make any sense. To be fair though, PSP is total garbage.
     
  6. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    The Wii has 6/10 of the Top 10 this week and is moving a lot of software. Soon Mario Galaxy will be its 5th million seller and its other million sellers are still in the top 10. It's totally understandable why the Wii is pulling such hardware numbers.
     
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  8. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    There's probably been some time when either the Wii or PS2 beat out the DS in Top 10 during one of those weeks where the Top 10 has an assortment of systems. I don't know of one off hand though.

    EDIT: Apparently, modding a Slim is not exactly an easy process. It's been recently theorized that people are using them as multimedia devices for TV, GPS, music, etc. This is probably the more likely scenario.
     

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