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New titles top Japanese chart

Six new games occupy the region's top ten selling titles

New titles have dominated the Japanese software sales chart for the week ended September 28, taking up six of the top ten places, according to data provided by Media Create.

Super Robot Wars Z for the PlayStation 2, by Namco Bandai, broke into the chart at number one by selling 366,000 units. Pokemon Platinum for the Nintendo DS has fallen to second place, followed by Rhythm Tengoku Gold, also for the DS, maintaining its spot at third.

Sega's World Destruction for the DS debuted on the chart in fourth place with 56,000 units and Namco Bandai's Kinikkuman for the PS2 secured fifth place at 35,000 units. Dragonball DS came in seventh, preceding another new title, X-Edge, for the PlayStation 3, selling 22,000 units.

Wii Fit dropped two places from last week to eighth, while the chart was closed by two new titles, Aquanaut's Holiday for the PS3 with 18,000 units at nine and Disaster: Day of Crisis for the Wii with 14,000 units at ten.

Japanese software chart follows:

  • 01. Super Robot Wars Z (PS2)
  • 02. Pokemon Platinum (DS)
  • 03. Rhythm Tengoku Gold (DS)
  • 04. World Destruction (DS)
  • 05. Kinikkuman (PS2)
  • 06. Dragonball DS (DS)
  • 07. X-Edge (PS3)
  • 08. Wii Fit (Wii)
  • 09. Aquanaut's Holiday (PS3)
  • 10. Disaster: Day of Crisis (Wii)

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