Namco Bandai’s Top Selling Game Of Fiscal Year ‘10 Is…

By Spencer . May 7, 2010 . 4:17pm

image Tekken 6. The King of the Iron Fist is also the king of Namco Bandai’s internal sales charts with 1,840,000 million copies sold. This figure covers all regions and both consoles.

 

The PSP port didn’t do half bad either with 470,00 units sold worldwide, but it’s no Ben 10: Alien Force. Three different Ben 10 games are on the top ten chart and have a total 2.5 million in sales.

 

These are Namco Bandai’s top selling games in fiscal year 2010 or the period between April 1, 2009 to March 31, 2010, in plain English.

 

Tekken 6 – 1,840,000
Ben 10: Alien Force – 1,080,000
Ben 10: Alien Force 2 – 810,000
Dragon Ball: Raging Blast – 700,000
God Eater – 610,000
Ben 10: Protector of the Earth – 610,000
Active Life: Extreme Challenge – 600,000
Tales of Vesperia – 500,000
Tekken 6 (PSP) – 470,000
Gundam vs. Gundam Next Plus – 430,000


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  • Hraesvelgr

    Ugh… Tekken… Well, hey, at least they did well with Ben 10! …I mean, Tales of Vesperia did quite nicely.

  • http://www.myspace.com/effluentrainfall Effluent Rainfall

    I can see them shooting lasers out of their eyes in Capcom’s general direction.

  • holyPaladin

    Translate Tales games and they can boost copies of Tales sold..

  • niconic

    A faint hope sparkles within me for a NA/EU Tales of Vesperia release…

    … please?

    • MrRobbyM

      That faint glowing orb of light will be crushed Bamco’s boots of disappointment right in front of yours face while you cry. They’ll walk a few steps away, look back and laugh.

  • kupomogli

    About Tekken 6. Is that input lag still a problem online or did the patch fix it?

  • http://www.youtube.com/B4ULoveShine Tim_at_where

    See, guys, you believe me now about NGBA’s priorities between Dragonball and Tales?

    Also, if Namco Bandai won’t bring over Tales themselves, then:

    1. let D3 or any other niche publisher localize it outside Japan.
    2. Sell off the IP.

    • MrRobbyM

      Hell, let anybody besides Ignition localize it and I’ll be happy.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Yandy.Kusanagi Yandy Kusanagi

    Hey look Bandai Namco, ToV, despite being a port is a success!
    Now, please make a new mothership Tales title for PS3 please…?

  • malek86

    Notice that they still lost money this year.

  • http://twitter.com/samielo Sami Elo

    Have I gone back in time? Didn’t I read this exact news some three months ago?

    • http://www.siliconera.com Spencer

      That was for a third quarter FY report. This is an overview of the full fiscal year.

  • Ereek

    I take it Katamari didn’t sell well?

    That makes me incredibly sad.

    • http://twitter.com/matty_125 matty

      I can understand, though. From what I remember reading about it here, it had some cool features, but wasn’t more of a “best of” of the series? Probably not the best selling point for a game.
      Well, as I said before, when I get a PS3 it will be my first game for it.

      • Ereek

        Yeah, it is a “Greatest Hits”, “Best of,” or whatever you wish to call it. I understand it not selling well, but I just get the feeling that because of the low sales Bamco will probably scrap the series.

        I’m actually playing it right now, it’s the first Katamari game I’ve played since Katamari Damacy and We <3 Katamari, so there are a few levels I haven’t seen before. A problem I’m seeing is that it isn’t as funny, overall, as the earlier installments, and the motion-controlled jumping is more annoying than it is useful. My personal wish would be the ability to have access to the older versions of the songs as well as the new remixes.

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