Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Terraria sets up camp as new Vita games rush the Japanese charts

Continuing on from last week's Disgaea 4 arrival, more new Vita titles land in the chart this week, but again, nothing to help Vita sales tick up. Even with five Vita titles in Media Create's chart, sales are dropping steadily. Still, its good to see Terraria get a decent reception in Japan while Puyo Puyo Tetris gets barely a fifth the sales of the 3DS version.

01./00. [3DS] Dragon Quest Monsters 2: # (Square Enix) {2014.02.06} (¥5.490) - 443.656 / NEW
02./00. [3DS] Puyo Puyo Tetris (Sega) {2014.02.06} (¥5.229) - 44.627 / NEW
03./01. [PS3] Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Full Boost # (Bandai Namco Games) {2014.01.30}

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07./00. [PSV] Terraria (Spike Chunsoft) {2014.02.06} (¥2.980) - 15.070 / NEW
08./00. [PSV] Super Heroine Chronicle (Bandai Namco Games) {2014.02.06} (¥7.480) - 14.467 / NEW
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14./00. [PSV] Puyo Puyo Tetris (Sega) {2014.02.06} (¥5.229) - 8.973 / NEW
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18./04. [PSV] Disgaea 4 Return (Nippon Ichi Software) {2014.01.30} (¥6.729) - 5.781 / 39.530 (-83%)
19./09. [PSV] Amagami (Kadokawa Games) {2014.01.30} (¥5.040) - 5.779 / 26.298 (-72%)
20./16. [3DS] Monster Hunter 4 # (Capcom) {2013.09.14} (¥5.990) - 5.654 / 3.214.065 (-22%)



Sony will hope that the release in Japan on 22 February of the PlayStation 4 will give a boost to the Vita's numbers with the lure of Remote Play and PlayStation Plus deals, plus CrossPlay and CrossBuy all creating a tempting link between the two devices.


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