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Latest Japanese Sales Charts - Week Ending August 1

Video game sales have continued to improve this week in Japan, although they are still 9.33% below the weekly average. The highest new entry was Square Enix’s re-release ...
Video game sales have continued to improve this week in Japan, although they are still 9.33% below the weekly average. The highest new entry was Square Enix’s re-release of the original two Final Fantasy games on the Game Boy Advance, with approximately 149,000 units sold. This was the only title to sell more than 100,000 this week, with anime license One Piece: Land Land selling around 49,000 units and role-playing game The Nightmare of Druaga about 43,000. In hardware sales the Game Boy Advance just slipped ahead with a 43.90% market share, followed by the PlayStation 2 at 43.54%, the GameCube at 11.96% and the Xbox at 0.41%.
TW LW Title Publisher Format Release Date
1 NE Final Fantasy I & II Advance Square Enix GBA 2004.07.29
2 1 Paper Mario RPG Nintendo GC 2004.07.22
3 NE One Piece: Land Land Bandai PS2 2004.07.29
4 NE The Nightmare of Druaga: Fushigi no Dungeon Arika PS2 2004.07.29
5 NE Guilty Gear: Isuka Sammy PS2 2004.07.29
6 NE Power Pro Kun Pocket 1+2 Konami GBA 2004.07.29
7 3 Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu 11 Konami PS2 2004.07.15
8 2 Tenchu: Kurenai From Software PS2 2004.07.22
9 6 Taiko no Tatsujin: Atsumare! Matsuri Da!! Yondaime Namco PS2 2004.07.22
10 9 Pachinko Slot! Fist of the North Star Sammy PS2 2004.05.27
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