Tomodachi Collection takes Japan chart by storm
Nintendo DS title breaks the 100,000 barrier in its first week on sale
Tomodachi Collection for the Nintendo DS, a game which allows players to interact with various Miis, has entered the Japanese software chart at number one, breaking the 100,000 unit barrier in the process.
The game's sales numbered more than the rest of the top five titles combined and was one of three new entries for the week ending June 21, according to Media Create.
Second-placed Fate/Unlimited Codes Portable from Capcom was also a new entry, but sold only 34,000 units in comparison, while Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days took third place.
Most of the rest of the top ten reshuffled from the previous week, with Sloane and MacHale's Mysterious Story, Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G and Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth taking fourth, fifth and sixth respectively.
Akira Tago's Mind Exercises Volume 1 was the third new entry in the top ten at seventh, although selling just 10,000 units in the week, while Wii Fit, Shin Sangoku Musou 5 Empires and a resurgent Pokemon Platinum completed the list.
- 1. Tomodachi Collection (DS): 102,000
- 2. Fate/Unlimited Codes Portable (Capcom): 34,000
- 3. Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days (Square Enix): 27,000
- 4. Sloane and MacHale's Mysterious Story (Level 5): 15,000
- 5. Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G (Capcom): 14,000
- 6. Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth (Capcom): 11,000
- 7. Akira Tago's Mind Exercises Volume 1 (Level 5): 10,000
- 8. Wii Fit (Nintendo): 10,000
- 9. Shin Sangoku Musou 5 Empires (Koei): 9000
- 10. Pokemon Platinum (Nintendo): 7000