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The ever fickle Japanese weekly sales chart has immediately replaced last week’s million selling number one title with another new entry. The new Dragon Ball Z gam...

David Jenkins, Blogger

February 13, 2004

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The ever fickle Japanese weekly sales chart has immediately replaced last week’s million selling number one title with another new entry. The new Dragon Ball Z game sold 324,000 units, a highly impressive figure that would’ve appeared even more so if it weren’t for last week’s performance of Pokémon Fire Red and Leaf Green. This week the former sold a still respectable 148,000 units and its stable mate 123,000 units. Sega’s Puyo Puyo Fever also did well at 90,000 but the most impressive performance is Sony’s Gran Turismo 4 demo making its way back into the top ten – a feat most full price games fail to repeat. In hardware sales the situation is almost the same as last week with combined Game Boy Advance sales at 49.68%, PS2 at 41.51%, GameCube at 7.47%, Xbox at 0.83% and PS one at 0.35%.

TW

LW

Title

Publisher

Formats

Release Date

1

NE

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2

Bandai

PS2

2004.02.05

2

1

Pokémon Fire Red

The Pokémon Company

GBA

2004.01.29

3

2

Pokémon Leaf Green

The Pokémon Company

GBA

2004.01.29

4

NE

Puyo Puyo Fever

Sega

PS2

2004.02.04

5

3

Hajime no Ippo 2: Victorious Road

ESP Software

PS2

2004.01.29

6

4

Fuun Shinsengumi

Genki

PS2

2004.01.22

7

NE

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters: Expert 3

Konami

GBA

2004.02.05

8

RE

Gran Turismo 4: "Prologue"

Sony

PS2

2003.12.04

9

8

Star Ocean 3: Till the End of Time - Director's Cut

Square Enix

PS2

2004.01.22

10

5

Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne Maniax

Atlus

PS2

2003.12.29

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David Jenkins ([email protected]) is a freelance writer and journalist working in the UK. As well as being a regular news contributor to Gamasutra.com, he also writes for newsstand magazines Cube, Games TM and Edge, in addition to working for companies including BBC Worldwide, Disney, Amazon and Telewest.

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