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Mario Tennis sits atop Japanese chart

Wii title leads games during period of weak sales in the region

Wii Play: Mario Tennis has held onto the top spot in the Japanese software chart for the week ended January 25, according to data collected by Media Create.

The Nintendo title sold 31,000 units putting it just ahead of Namco Bandai's Fragile, also for the Wii, which debuted in second place at 26,000 units.

Rhythm game Taiko no Tatsujin Wii, climbed from number 12 to come in third with 25,000 copies sold, followed by newcomer Zill O'll Infinite Plus for the PlayStation Portable also with 25,000 units.

Capcom's Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G (PSP the Best) took fifth place with 25,000 units, while DS mainstay Rhythm Tengoku Gold took six place with 20,000 units, bringing its lifetime sales up to 1,614,000 units.

Wii Fit came in at seven with 19,000 units, PSP title Final Fantasy Dissidia took number eight with 18,000 units, while DS titles Megami Ibunroku: Devil Survivor and Wagamama Fashion: Girl's Mode closed the chart at nine and ten with 18,000 and 17,000 units respectively.

Japanese software chart follows:

  • 01. Wii Play: Mario Tennis (Wii)
  • 02. Fragile (Wii)
  • 03. Taiko no Tatsujin Wii (Wii)
  • 04. Zill O'll Infinite Plus (PSP)
  • 05. Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G (PSP the Best) (PSP)
  • 06. Rhythm Tengoku Gold (DS)
  • 07. Wii Fit (Wii)
  • 08. Dissidia Final Fantasy (PSP)
  • 09. Megami Ibunroku: Devil Survivor (DS)
  • 10. Wagamama Fashion: Girl's Mode (DS)
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James Lee