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Japanese software charts, Oct. 4-10 – Pokemon train keeps on rollin’

Wednesday, 13th October 2010 21:35 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

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Kingdom Hearts Re: Coded and Macross F may have been high profile debuts last week, but that didn’t stop Pokemon Black & White from maintaining the top spot on Media Create’s Japanese software chart.

Pokemon Black & White ending up selling another 230K units last week, bringing the total close to the 4 million lifetime mark.

Namco and Square’s offerings weren’t the only debuts last week: Red Dead Redemption, Class of Heroes 3, F1 2010, Tenkaichi Sengoku Lovers, and Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2 all debuted as well.

Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded came in third place with 96K units, while Red Dead Redemption debuted at four on PS3 and number 7 on Xbox 360 for a combined total of 731,672 units.

Here’s the full top 20 for your consideration along with last week’s sales figures in parenthesis:

  1. Pokemon Black & White (DS): 231,638 (3,992,855)
  2. Macross F Itsuwari no Utahime (PS3): 152,699 – NEW
  3. Kingdom Hearts Re: Coded (DS): 95,505 – NEW
  4. Red Dead Redemption (PS3): 70,599
  5. Class of Heroes 3 (PSP): 30,572 – NEW
  6. Wii Party (Wii): 26,259 (1,099,428)
  7. Red Dead Redemption (X360): 25,673
  8. F1 2010 (PS3): 25,273
  9. Dead Rising 2 (PS3): 24,416 (104,111)
  10. K-On! After School Live (PSP): 21,454 (192,303)
  11. Black Panther Yakuza New Chapter PSP): 19,109 (236,485)
  12. Class of Heroes 3 (PS3): 14,892 – NEW
  13. Okamiden (DS): 12,829 (97,300)
  14. Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki (PSP): 11,147 (95,507)
  15. Tenkaichi Sengoku Lovers DS (DS): 9,510 – NEW
  16. H.A.W.X.2 (PS3): 8,921 – NEW
  17. Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii): 6,991 (849,567)
  18. Dragon Ball Tag Versus (PSP): 6,734 (25,814)
  19. Dead Rising 2 (X360): 6,279 (50,097)
  20. Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G PSP the Best Reprint (PSP): 6,261 (443,365)

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1 Comments

  1. Fantastic

    So many handheld games on that list. Maybe that is what is wrong with Japan.

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