Another Week In Japan: Hardware and software numbers 2/4-2/10

Aside from Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games, the best seller for the DS last week was L, the Prologue to Death Note: Rasen no Wana. It's no surprise that this game did well in Japan, as it's based off a popular anime series. It wasn't enough to help the DS overcome the PSP or Wii this week, though, as Brawl and Mobile Suit Gundam kept their respective systems on top easily.
  • Wii: 81,737
  • PSP: 75,912
  • Nintendo DS: 60,464
  • PlayStation 3: 23,985
  • PlayStation 2: 11,038
  • Xbox 360: 3,615
The rest is the same story as last week, with After-School Boy managing to stay in the top thirty, and a new Brain Age-like game thrown in. Check after the break to get a look at the software rankings and sales.

Software:
  1. Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii) --- 252,000 (1,071,000)
  2. Mobile Suit Gundam: Gihren's Ambition, the Axis' Threat (PSP) --- 123,000
  3. Wii Fit (Wii) --- 65,000 (1,421,000)
  4. Devil May Cry 4 (PS3) --- 32,000 (237,000)
  5. Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games (DS) --- 26,000 (200,000)
  6. Wii Sports (Wii) --- 21,000 (2,759,000)
  7. L, the Prologue to Death Note: Rasen's Trap (DS) --- 20,000
  8. Family Ski (Wii) --- 18,000 (42,000)
  9. Tales of Destiny: Director's Cut (PS2) --- 17,000 (133,000)
  10. Mario Party DS(DS) --- 16,000 (1,617,000)

  11. Monster Hunter Portable 2nd (PSP)
  12. Wii Play (Wii)
  13. Winning Eleven: Ubiquitous Evolution 2008 (PSP)
  14. Disgaea 3 (PS3)
  15. Mario Kart DS (DS)
  16. Assassin's Creed (PS3)
  17. Haruhi Suzumiya's Wonderment (PS2)
  18. Professor Layton 2(DS)
  19. Doraemon Baseball: Dramatic Stadium (DS)
  20. Final Fantasy IV (DS)
  21. Taiko Drum Master DS (DS)
  22. New Super Mario Bros. (DS)
  23. Dragon Quest IV (DS)
  24. Super Mario Galaxy (Wii)
  25. Mario Party 8 (Wii)
  26. Major Wii Throw! Gyro Ball!!! (Wii)
  27. After-School Boy (DS)
  28. Nepleague DS (DS)
  29. Kanji Brain Test 2.5M (DS)
  30. Animal Crossing Wild World (DS)
[Via NeoGAF]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.