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Sep 15 2010
By: nov2rem Treasure Hunter 8088 posts
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PSP Tops 15 Million in Japan

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Top selling game closes in on four million sold.

 


 

PSP has topped the 15 million mark in domestic sales, Famitsu.com reports today citing sales data from its parent company, Enterbrain.

As of September 12, the last day of Enterbrain's most recent tracking period, the PSP has sold 15,009,120 units.


The system was originally released on December 12, 2004. It crossed the 10 million mark in July of 2008.


The highest selling game for the PSP, notes Famitsu, is Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G, with 2,453,132 units. This figure does not include sales of the game's various budget versions. Add in those, and total sales come to 3,984,597 units.

 

http://www.andriasang.com/e/blog/2010/09/15/psp_tops_15_million/

 

Pretty good numbers in Japan alone. Handhelds in Japan is very popular over there.

 

 

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Re: PSP Tops 15 Million in Japan

Sep 15, 2010
Poor Go, it hardly helped the PSP line reach this milestone. Seeing as it's near non-existent in Japan nowadays.

Not bad though, 15 mil.

Still way behind the "other guy", but still nothing to scoff at.
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Re: PSP Tops 15 Million in Japan

Sep 15, 2010

Bigger in Japan. Smaller elsewhere. That's like an equation that foreshadows a new generation console. Isn't it?

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Re: PSP Tops 15 Million in Japan

Sep 16, 2010
Well, its reached its peak. And TGS starts tomorrow... PSP2 anyone?
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