Tales of Innocence R gets the Vita resurgence underway

It sounds really dumb talking about a resurgence for a device that's been onsale for six weeks. But the Vita is back on the move after a slow January with Namco's Tales of Innocence R selling 50,000 units in its first week, putting it an No. 3. With a new Gundam title doing the PSP no harm at all at No. 11


[PS3] 01. Armored Core V (From Software, 01.26.2012): 163,906  NEW
[3DS] 02. Resident Evil Revelations (Capcom, 01.26.2012): 146,559 NEW
[PSV] 03. Tales of Innocence R (Namco Bandai, 01.26.2012): 54,853 NEW
[3DS] 04. Mario Kart 7 (Nintendo, 12.01.2011): 29,230 (1,433,958)
[3DS] 05. Monster Hunter 3G (Capcom, 12.10.2011): 27,032 (1,186,898)
[360] 06. Armored Core V (From Software, 01.26.2012): 24,719 NEW
[3DS] 07. Super Mario 3D Land (Nintendo, 11.03.2011): 23,003 (1,288,495)
[PS3] 08. Idolmaster Anime & G4U Pack Vol.4 (Namco Bandai, 01.26.2012): 18,179 NEW
[3DS] 09. Rhythm Thief (Nintendo, 01.26.2012): 14,928 (46,526)
[3DS] 10. Inazuma Eleven Go (Level-5, 12.15.2011): 10,479 (370,804)
[PSP] 11. Gundam Mokuba no Kiseki (Namco Bandai, 01.26.2012): 9,121 NEW

That helped nudge the PSV above the PSP in the hardware charts (last week's sales in brackets), but with lots of big name games on the way and Gravity Daze getting a great reception in Famitsu, expect things to start moving up a bit quicker.

1. 3DS: 84,789 (80,960)
2. PS3: 22,924 (21,155)
3. PSV: 18,942 (15,219)
4. PSP: 16,008 (17,181)

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