Sales for Sony Corp.’s Playstation 4 ranked as the No. 3 hardware in Japan in the latest data from the region.
Media Create Co. this month reported the PS4 sold 15,537 units between Nov. 10 and Nov. 16 to rank No. 3 in overall hardware sales.
It sold 10,078 units at launch the week prior.
The PS3 sold 4,711 units to rank at No. 5 in the same period.
The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare PS4 SKU ranked as the No. 3 best-selling software for the week selling 64,060 units at launch. The PS3 SKU ranked at No. 1 selling 79,586 in the same period.
Sony this week released LittleBigPlanet 3 for the Playstation 4 to U.S. retail.
The sequel introduce new characters including Oddsock that can wall jump and Swoop that can fly.
The final game includes co-op functionality that requires each character to utilize specific capabilities.
Sales for the Playstation Vita ranked as the No. 2 video game hardware in Japan in the latest retail data from the region.
Sony this month announced the Playstation 4 Grand Theft Auto V Black Friday Bundle to be sold Nov. 27 at U.S. retail.
The PS4 GTA V Black Friday Bundle will include the PS4 500GB console, Dualshock 4 Controller, Grand Theft Auto V, and The Last of Us Remastered Digital Voucher at $399.99.
Sony this month said the Playstation 4 ranked as the No. 1 best-selling video game hardware at Oct. U.S. retail.
The data was based on figures provided by NPD Group Inc.
Media Create Co. this month said the PS Vita sold 19,976 units between Nov. 10 and Nov. 16 to rank as the No. 2 hardware for the week.
By comparison, the hardware sold 10,552 units the week prior.
Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax ranked at No. 9 for the week.
Meanwhile, the PSP sold 25 units to rank at No. 8 in the same period.
Sega Corp. this week released Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd to the Playstation 3 and the PS Vita
The rhythm-based title features 40 tracks, four difficulties per track, Edit Mode to create custom videos and Rhythm games, and the option to share custom videos and games online.
Sales for Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox One hardware ranked as the No. 6 hardware at launch in Japan.
Media Create Co. this month reported that the Xbox One sold 2,245 units between Nov. 10 to Nov. 16 rank No. 6 in overall sales.
It sold 513 units the week prior.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection ranked as the No. 15 best-selling software for the week, selling 4,867 copies at launch.
Microsoft Corp. this week released a new content update for Halo: The Master Chief Collection for the Xbox One.
The content update addresses matchmaking performance, UI, gameplay, and title-specific issues.
Consumers previously noted longer-than-expected matchmaking times in the multiplayer component.
Ubisoft Inc. this week released Far Cry 4 to U.S. retail.
The title takes place in Kyrat, an untamed, mountainous region ruled by a self-appointed king.
The final game includes an exotic open world, powerful weapons, a range of vehicles, and two-player drop-in, drop-out co-op functionality.
EA Inc. this week released Dragon Age Inquisition to U.S. retail.
Dragon Age Inquisition utilizes the Frostbite 3 engine and feature an expanded land, new combat and new customization options.
Sales for Nintendo Co.’s Wii U hardware ranked fourth in Japan in the latest sales data for the region.
Media Create Co. this month reported that the Wii U sold 14,002 units between Nov. 10 and Nov. 16 to rank at No. 4 in overall sales.
It sold 4,787 units the week prior.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker ranked as the No. 7 best-selling software for the week selling 28,025 units at launch.
Nintendo this week released Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U to U.S. retail.
Super Smash Bros. includes brand new features including Smash Tour: World Smash, a board game mode; Special Smash Mode to fight with special parameters; Coin Battles to compete to collect coins; Stamina Matches to fight until hit points reach zero; Classic Mode to allow one or two players to fight through a series of battles; All-Star Mode to fight opponents in chronological, and Event Mode for one or two players to take on set character and theme-based battles.
Nintendo this week released amiibo Wave 1 products for the Wii U to U.S. retail.
Wave 1 includes Mario, Link, Kirby, Pikachu, Samus, Yoshi, Peach, Donkey Kong, Marth, Wii Fit Trainer, Fox, and Villager.
Nintendo this week said amiibo functionality for Hyrule Warriors and Mario Kart 8 will not require a data save to the figure itself.
The company said Hyrule Warriors and Mario Kart 8 amiibo functionality will only require a tap to the Wii U GamePad to unlock extra in-game items.
In Hyrule Warriors, amiibo figures will unlock new weapons and random items in game.
In Mario Kart 8, amiibo figures will unlock new racing suits for Mii characters.
Each amiibo figure hold save data for one game title.
Ubisoft Inc. this week released Watch Dogs for the Wii U.
In Watch Dogs, users take the role of Aiden Pearce, a brilliant hacker on the hunt for those who hurt his family Players will be able to monitor and hack others, manipulate the city’s systems to stop traffic lights, detonate gas lines, turn off the electrical grid and more.
The Nintendo 3DS ranked as the No. 1 hardware in Japan in the latest sales data from the territory.
Media Create Co. this month said the Nintendo 3DS sold 65,201 units between Nov. 10 and Nov. 16 to rank as the No. 1 game hardware for the week.
The hardware sold 79,217 units the week prior.
It ranked three software titles in the top 10, including One Piece: Super Grand Battle X at No. 5.
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire is a remake of Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire.
The new version includes the Pokemon-Amie feature from Pokemon X and Y.
Atlus Inc. this month released the Launch Trailer for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth for the Nintendo 3DS.
The trailer features cinematic and in-game action from the final game.
Persona Q, to be sold Nov. 25, includes the gameplay foundation from the Etrian Odyssey series.
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