This Week In Sales: Inazuma 3 Scores High

By Ishaan . July 9, 2010 . 1:58pm

http://storage.siliconera.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/inazuma3.jpg No surprises here. Another key Level-5 title debuts with fantastic numbers as Inazuma Eleven 3 released in Japan last week, outselling its predecessor by double. Close behind it were Taiko no Tatsujin for DS and BlazBlue: Continuum Shift.

 

World Cup fever still seems to be having its effect on Japan’s gaming populace. Not only did Inazuma 3 do great, Konami’s two recent Winning Eleven games soared back into the top-ten yet again.

 

The top-ten for the week of Julne 28th – July 4th was as follows:

 

Lw Tw Title Tw. Sales Sys. Publisher
New 01. Inazuma Eleven 3: Challenge the World! Spark / Bomber 505,161 DS Level-5
New 02. Taiko no Tatsujin Dororon! The Great Yokai Battle 69,767 DS Namco Bandai
New 03. BlazBlue: Continuum Shift 49,871 PS3 Arc System Works
05. 04. Super Mario Galaxy 2 34,645 Wii Nintendo
New 05. Digimon Story: Lost Evolution 34,409 DS Namco Bandai
02. 06. LovePlus + 21,567 DS Konami
04. 07. Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side 3rd Story 19,726 DS Konami
12. 08. World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010: Aoki Samurai no Chousen 19,227 PS3 Konami
02. 09. Art Academy 18,759 DS Nintendo
03. 10. World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010: Aoki Samurai no Chousen 16,432 PSP Konami

 

A mere week after enjoying the #1 spot in the top-ten list, Monster Hunter Frontier dropped to the #14 position, just below Atelier Totori at #12. Meanwhile, Ghost Trick and Xenoblade occupied the #21 and #22 spots respectively.

 

Oh, and Idea Factory released another otome game. This week, it was Hanayaka Kana, Ware ga Ichizoku, a title that puts you in the role of a country girl hired as a maid into the rich Miyanomori family during the Taisho period. Your selection of guys includes the six potential family heirs, with whom you can aim for a happy ending. This one debuted way down at #35. You can find screenshots of it here.



  • sambuque

    10 sold more than 7?

    Edit: 16432 unit sold this week for World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010: Aoki Samurai no Chousen

  • http://innerchildgamer.com Doc@ICG

    Looks like Inazuma has staying power, despite the Pokemon-like split releases (or am I the only one that gets put off by that?)

    Also, yet another taiko game to pick up… still dragging my feet on ordering Taiko Wii 2. >_<

  • holyPaladin

    Gonna try Inazuma Eleven someday..

    Is it got special shot like Tsubasa? lol

  • http://ofurotaimu.dreamwidth.org shirokiryuu

    Blazblue is the only fighting game I’ve ever enjoyed. (Sorry Street Fighter!) But I don’t have a PS3, so I doubt I’ll ever get to play it ;___; (unless they release it on PSP like CT)

  • Joanna

    wow. Inazuma Eleven did really well. Good job Level-5!

    Digimon didn’t do too bad either. I wonder how that game is? I’ve always wanted to try one…but I kept hearing that the newer digimon games weren’t as good as the PS1 World games.

  • http://www.facebook.com/princeanemone Jade Camille Olaes

    what to expect…. Inazuma is soo awesome… it’s killing my pockets.lol

    Btw, i give praise to Konami for having many games in the top 10.

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