Coming out of Golden Week, sales for the week of May 10th – 16th dropped rather precipitously, as Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker clung to the top two spots for a third week in a row.
The only real notable release for the week was Hakuouki: Yuugi Roku, a new entry in one of Idea Factory’s otome series, which, unlike past games in the franchise, looks to be more of a minigame collection of sorts.
|Lw||Tw||Title||Tw. Sales||Tot. Sales||Sys.||Publisher|
|01.||01.||Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2||126,096||1,002,601||DS||Square Enix|
|02.||02.||Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker||62,887||637,844||PSP||Konami|
|03.||03.||New Super Mario Bros. Wii||18,843||3,825,622||Wii||Nintendo|
|New||05.||Hakuoki: Yuugi Roku||15,569||New||PSP||Idea Factory|
|05.||06.||Mario Kart Wii||12,881||2,784,000||Wii||Nintendo|
|10.||07.||NieR Replicant||12,662||109,583||PS3||Square Enix|
|06.||08.||Wii Fit Plus||12,536||1,903,297||Wii||Nintendo|
|07.||09.||Super Street Fighter IV||12,036||113,183||PS3||Capcom|
|New||10.||2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa||10,373||New||PS3||Electronic Arts|
For reference, fan disc Hakuouki: Zuisouroku on PS2 moved 16,937 units in its opening week, while Hakuouki Portable, a remake of a PS2 game from 2008, seemingly sold less than Yuugi Roku. The next mainline game in the series, Hakuouki: Shinsengumi Kitan, is set to release on the PlayStation 3 in June.