This Week In Imports: New Galaxy

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    imageSuper Mario Galaxy 2 makes its debut in Japan too. After North America, but just in time to eclipse sales of Alan Wake, Blaze Union, and a Super Robot Taisen remake. Nintendo’s Mario games typically sell boatloads.

     

    However, Japan wasn’t as taken by Super Mario Galaxy as the rest of the world. Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata believes motion sickness and the feeling of getting lost in a 3D world may be reasons why. Will the sequel do better or will Deathsmiles IIX storm the sales charts?

     

    Xbox 360
    Alan Wake
    Death Smiles IIX

     

    Wii
    Red Steel 2
    Super Mario Galaxy 2

     

    Nintendo DS
    GG Series Collection+
    Medarot DS: Kabuto Version
    Medarot DS: Kuwagata Version
    Mommy Talk DS
    River City Soccer Hooligans
    Sekai no Hate Made Itte Q! Chinjuu Hunter Mono no Daibouken
    Soccer Tsuku DS: World Challenge 2010
    Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Masou Kishin – The Lord of Elemental
    Yumeiro Patisserie: My Sweets Cooking

     

    PSP
    Blaze Union: Story to Reach the Future
    Fight Ippatsu! Juden-Chan!! CC
    Secret Game Portable
    So-Ra-No-Wo-To: Otome no Gojuusou

     

    PlayStation 2
    Desert Kingdom
    Pachitte Chonmage Tatsujin 16: Pachinko Hissatsu Shigotojin III
    Strike Witches: Anata to Dekiru Koto – A Little Peaceful Days
    Suzunone Seven: Rebirth Knot

     

    Key European Releases
    Alpha Protocol (PS3, Xbox 360)
    Blur (PS3, Xbox 360)
    Clash of the Titans (PS3, Xbox 360)
    No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (Wii)
    Samurai Warriors 3 (Wii)

     

    Key Domestic Releases
    Blur (PS3, Xbox 360)
    Hexyz Force (P\SP)
    ModNation Racers (PS3, PSP)
    Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii)
    Tetris Party Deluxe (Wii, DS)
    Witch’s Wish (DS)

    Siliconera Staff
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