PSUP top in Japan as Vesperia makes valiant showing

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 14 August 2008 07:43 GMT

Phantasy Star Universe Portable’s still lording over Japanese software sales, with Fire Emblem on DS punching up quickly into second place. Story of the week, though, has to be 360-exclusive Tales of Vesperia, with 108,000 units sold. The hardware figures are going to be worth watching this week.

Week ending August 10. Last week’s here. Thanks, NeoGAF.

01. [PSP] Phantasy Star Universe Portable (SEGA) 148,000 / 490,000
02. [DS] Fire Emblem (Nintendo) 145,000 / NEW
03. [DS] Rythem Tengoku Gold (Nintendo) – 130,000 / 343,000
04. [360] Tales of Vesperia (Namco Bandai) – 108,000 / NEW
05. [DS] Dragon Quest V (Square Enix) – 73,000 / 1,019,000
06. [DS] Sangokushi Taisen Ten (SEGA) – 33,000 / NEW
07. [DS] Summon Night 2 (Namco Bandai) – 30,000 / NEW
08. [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo) – 27,000 / 2,470,000
09. [WII] Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo) 23,000 / 1,656,000
10. [PS3] Soul Calibur 4 (Namco Bandai) 23,000 / 97,000

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