PS2 News: Japan Sales Nov 22-28, 2004 - PS2 News

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Japan Sales Nov 22-28, 2004

Media Create has released its list of top-selling game software in Japan for the week spanning November 22 and November 28. Topping the charts this time around was Square-Enix's latest role-playing game for the PS2, Dragon Quest VIII. The game was only out for two days during the list period, but still sold a mammoth 2.1 million copies during that time period.

Hardware (Current Week, Prior Week, 2004 Total)

1. PlayStation 2 - 108,148 - 63,282 - 2,198,410
2. Game Boy Advance SP - 31,198 - 27,479 - 2,184,197
3. Gamecube - 6,107 - 5,113 - 527,713
4. Game Boy Advance - 785 - 697 - 191,159
5. Xbox - 669 - 1,239 - 34,874
6. Swan Crystal - 38 - 44 - 7,230
7. PSone - 30 - 40 - 13,824

Software (Week, 2004 Total)

1. (PS2) Dragon Quest VIII - Square Enix - 2,167,072 - 2,167,072
2. (PS2) Ratchet and Clank 3 - SCEJ - 65,957 - 65,957
3. (PS2) Momotarou Densetsu - Hudson - 56,894 - 178,735
4. (GCN) Mario Party 6 - Nintendo - 49,646 - 148,393
5. (PS2) Slotter UP Core 5 - Dorart - 44,641 - 44,641
6. (GCN) Naruto: Gekitou Ninja Taisen! 3 - Tomy - 44,071 - 161,035
7. (GBA) Dragon Ball: Advance Adventure - Bandai - 21,910 - 70,032
8. (GBA) Gundam SEED Destiny - Bandai - 20,881 - 20,881
9. (GBA) Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories - Square Enix - 19,235 - 258,274
10. (GBA) Advance Wars 1+2 - Nintendo 18,590 - 18,590

12/3/2004 Frank Provo

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