The week ending October 31 sees another PSP title topping the Japanese chart, as Namco's Monster Hunter echoing God Eater hits number one, but it's Nintendo's DS which is riding high in the hardware chart.
Konami's PES 2011 jumps straight at number two with its PS3 SKU, on a week which sees its FIFA rival drop out of the top twenty. Last week's number one, the 25th anniversary edition of Super Mario All-Stars, drops to third, just above Pokemon Black and White in fourth.
Nosing into the top ten on its release week is Xbox 360 exclusive Fable III, selling just over 20,000 copies. The 360 itself has dropped to eighth in the hardware table, below a mildly resurgent PSPgo.
Japanese software chart
|This Week||Last Week||Title||Sales this week||Sales overall|
|New Entry||1||God Eater||263,150||263,150|
|New Entry||2||Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 (PS3)||215,257||215,257|
|1||3||Super Mario All-Stars (Wii)||119,485||427,240|
|New Entry||5||Golden Sun||46,516||46,516|
|5||6||Kirby's Epic Yarn||25,257||153,170|
|New Entry||7||Solar to Robo||21,915||21,915|
|New Entry||8||Fable III||20,025||20,025|
|3||9||Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 (PS3)||19,090||82,765|
|10||10||Wii Party (Wii)||17,337||1,155,964|
Japanese hardware chart, with weekly units sold.
- PSP 38,874
- DSi LL 32,137
- PS3 28,255
- DSi 23,614
- Wii 12,710
- DS Lite 3,375
- PSP go 3,031
- Xbox 360 2,669
- PS2 1,400