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Dragon Quest topples Animal Crossing in Japan

Dragon Quest topples Animal Crossing in Japan

Thu 14 Feb 2013 9:18am GMT / 4:18am EST / 1:18am PST
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New 3DS title sells 872,922 in week one

It seems Japan is finally starting to tire of interior design and mortgage payments, as new entry Dragon Quest VII: Warriors of Eden knocked Animal Crossing: New Leaf off the top of the software charts.

The top 5 was dominated by 3DS titles, led by the new Dragon Quest which sold 872,922 in its first week after shipping 1 million units.

  1. [3DS] Dragon Quest VII: Warriors of Eden - 872,922 (New entry)
  2. [3DS] Animal Crossing: New Leaf - 81,559 (Lifetime sales - 2,513,424)
  3. [3DS] Fantasy Life - 13,342 (221,720)
  4. [3DS] New Super Mario Bros. 2 - 11,685 (1,910,708)
  5. [3DS] Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate - 10,523 (218,097)

While on the hardware charts sales of the 3DS XL and 3DS both saw growth, with 37396 and 12617 more sold than last week respectively.

  1. 3DS XL - 89,050 (Last week - 51,654)
  2. 3DS - 38,645 (26,028)
  3. PlayStation 3 - 17,004 (18,106)
  4. Wii U - 12,185 (12,959)
  5. PSP - 11,056 (12,191)
  6. PlayStation Vita - 8,762 (9,596)
  7. Wii - 1,945 (1,904)
  8. Xbox 360 - 593 (870)

Charts collated by Media Create and via Gematsu.

2 Comments

Daniel Hughes
Studying PhD Literary Modernism

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Good to see the new IP Fantasy Life hanging in there at number 3 and selling decently. Bring more titles like that to the West, Nintendo, it's not as if you even need to go through all the risks and costs of a physical release any more.

Posted:A year ago

#1
Their latest direct showed a much stronger focus on digital. Zelda oot at 30 digital is a steal.

Posted:A year ago

#2

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