DSi LL 2,175
The 3DS has now sold roughly twice as many consoles as the PS3 for the year, and around 50 per cent more than the PSP sales. This is a good thing for Nintendo in trying to convince third party publishers to support the system.
On the software front, Konami's PES 2012 (Winning Eleven in Japan) has quite justifiably taken top slot. An AKB48 game jumps launches in second place, no surprise given how religiously Japan's otaku population follows the idol supergroup. Dynasty Warriors continues to prove how wrong western media is in those 3/10 reviews, Dark Souls continues to prove that hard games can still sell well, and please, Square Enix, localise that Dragon Quest Collection.
One other interesting thing to note: Rage debuted in the top 10 for Bethesda. Impressive effort for a market where FPSers aren't usually that popular.
1) World Soccer Winning Eleven 2012 PS3 272,036
2) AKB1/48: Idol to Guam de Koishitara PSP 236,587
3) F1 2011 PS3 26,574
4) Shin Sangoku Musou 6 Moushouden [Dynasty Warriors 7: Xtreme Legends] PS3 18,305
5) Eiyuu Densetsu: Ao no Kiseki [Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki] PSP 16,423
6) Dark Souls PS3 15,853
7) Dragon Quest 25th Anniversary:
Famicom & Super Famicom Dragon Quest I-II-III Wii 15,338
8) Rage PS3 11,320
9) Everybody's Rhythm Tengoku Wii 10,731
10) Wii Sports Resort + Wii Remote Plus Wii 10,295