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After a shaky start 2003 has proven to be a good year for Nintendo, not least in its native Japan. The company is place top of a list of top ten publishers in Japan, orga...

David Jenkins, Blogger

January 8, 2004

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After a shaky start 2003 has proven to be a good year for Nintendo, not least in its native Japan. The company is place top of a list of top ten publishers in Japan, orgainsed according to total software units sold. If the figures from Nintendo and its subsidary label The Pokémon Company are combined, then the company can be seen to be over 3 million units ahead of its nearest rival. 1. Nintendo - 6,399,400 units 2. Square Enix - 5,659,000 units 3. Konami - 4,874,000 units 4. Bandai - 3,640,400 units 5. Capcom - 3,000,000 units 6. Namco - 2,840,100 units 7. Sony - 2,638,500 units 8. The Pokémon Company - 2,415,300 units 9. Koei - 2,286,2000 units 10. Sega - 2,344,500 units

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David Jenkins

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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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