New titles have secured the top three spots of the Japanese software sales chart, according to data provided by Media Create.
Nintendo's Wii Play: Mario Tennis debuted at number one, selling 56,000 units, followed by Megami Ibunroku: Devil Survivor, for the DS in second place with 55,000 units and Naruto: Narutimate Storm for the PlayStation 3 at third place with 44,000 units.
Square Enix's Dissidia Final Fantasy, on the PlayStation Portable, dropped to fourth place, with Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G, also for the PSP, coming in fifth, as the DS title Rhythm Tengoku Gold took sixth place.
Bethesda's post-apocalyptic title, Fallout 3, secured seventh place on the PS3, beating out Wagamama Fashion: Girl's Mode for the DS and Wii Fit in eighth and ninth places respectively, while the Nintendo DS title Uranai Seikatsu closed off the top ten of the chart.
Japanese software chart follows:
- 01. Wii Play: Mario Tennis (Wii)
- 02. Megami Ibunroku: Devil Survivor (DS)
- 03. Naruto: Narutimate Storm (PS3)
- 04. Dissidia Final Fantasy (PSP)
- 05. Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G (PSP)
- 06. Rhythm Tengoku Gold (DS)
- 07. Fallout 3 (PS3)
- 08. Wagamama Fashion: Girl's Mode (DS)
- 09. Wii Fit (Wii)
- 10. DS Uranai Seikatsu (DS)