Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Vita game sales figures out of the Japanese PlayStation awards

Among the gongs from last night's big PlayStation shin-dig in Japan comes news on the Vita's biggest sellers (including digital sales). The Japanese press releases say shipments, but since you can't ship digital games, I guess it means sold, at least into retail.

After only a few weeks on-sale, God Eater 2 is already at the 600,000 mark, just as Namco announced work on a full multiplayer patch. Persona 4 Golden is up at 700,000 and winning a User's Choice award for the second year. Top of the tree though is the effervescent Dragon's Crown that sold over 800,000 thanks to strong global interest (and the PS3 version), picking up a Gold Award in the process.

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