Pro Evolution was Japan’s biggest selling game in November

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 7 December 2009 14:27 GMT

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Pro Evolution 2010 was the biggest selling game in Japan last month, according to Famitsu. The sports title moved over 320,000 units.

Here’s the top three:

1. Pro Evo 2010
Launch: November 11
Sales: 321,722
Life to date: 321,722

2. Tomodachi Collection
Launch: July 18
Sales: 308,944
Life to date: 1,709,209

3. Professor Layton and the Specter’s Flute
Launch: November 26
Sales: 301, 290
Life to date: 301,290

Get the full top ten in English on Kotaku.

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