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Japan's February software charts dominated by PSP games

Majed Athab

Sales for PSP titles in Japan were strong in the month of February according to data collected by Famitsu (via IGN). Four PSP games dominated the top ten, while two of them crowned the top three. Tales of the World 2: Radiant Mythology, which had been at number one for several weeks, is unsurprisingly the strongest seller for February at 288,860 units . It had beaten the month's other top portable role-playing game, Mario & Luigi RPG 3, by a mere 10K units but had a two-week lead. Konami's Winning Eleven 2009 for PSP took third place with 177,399 units sold.

Idolmaster SP, which released in three different versions, ranked-in only at #7. Meanwhile, Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G stays in the top ten at #9. Yeah, you read that right. It's still selling massively, despite being a year old. It just edged out fellow three-million-club member Wii Fit at #10 by 16K units. Check after the break for the full top ten and their respective sales numbers.

[Via IGN]

Top ten software sales in Japan for February:

  • 1. Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 (PSP): 288,860 units sold
  • 2. Mario & Luigi RPG 3 (DS): 278,664
  • 3. Winning Eleven 2009 (PSP): 177,399
  • 4. Winning Eleven 2009 (PS2): 177,147
  • 5. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time (DS): 170,595
  • 6. Star Ocean: The Last Hope (Xbox 360): 166,027
  • 7. Idolmaster SP (PSP): 121,271
  • 8. Street Fighter IV (PS3): 102,803
  • 9. Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G PSP: the Best (PSP): 86,632
  • 10. Wii Fit (Wii): 69,900

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