This past week, we came across a page out of Japanese sales tracker Media-Create’s 2010 report, highlighting the sales of thirteen Wii games released in 2010, including Xenoblade, Zangeki no Reginleiv and Metroid: Other M.
During its first week, Xenoblade sold close to 83,000 units. Media-Create’s figures indicate that it ultimately went on to move nearly twice that amount. Meanwhile, Metroid: Other M, which debuted around 45,000 units, sold about 71,000 copies by the end of 2010.
We suspect this list is likely part of a larger ranking of new Wii releases in 2010, although there’s no way to be 100% certain without the rest of the report, which we don’t have. Here’s the list of figures we found:
|06.||Kirby’s Epic Yarn||386,780||Nintendo|
|07.||Dragon Quest Monster Battle Road Victory||275,273||Square Enix|
|09.||Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles||156,176||Capcom|
|10.||Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Everyone’s Party Sandaime||140,288||Namco Bandai|
|11.||Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes||120,797||Capcom|
|12.||Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes OOO||82,693||Namco Bandai|
|13.||Metroid: Other M||71,410||Nintendo|
|14.||Zangeki no Reginleiv||53,317||Nintendo|
|15.||Pro Evolution Soccer 2010||49,974||Konami|
|16.||Karaoke Joysound Wii Super DX||38,090||Hudson|
|17.||Pro Evolution Soccer 2011||36,295||Konami|