By Spencer . December 1, 2006 . 8:16am
On the week of November 20-26 Sega’s card collecting fashion mini game was the number one game sold in Japan. The DS version sold 421,227 copies on its week of release. Meanwhile Jump Ultimate Stars, which was also released that week only sold 150,303 copies, it was number two on the list. One thing that made Oshare Majo Love and Berry unique is that it shipped with a card reader so players can use the same cards from the arcade title on their DS. Other games premiering that week include Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 (#7) with 45,536 copies sold and Jeanne D’Arc from Level 5 which only sold 45,387 units.