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Here’s The Top Ten Most Wanted Games In Japan

Famitsu has posted this weeks most wanted video games in Japan. You’ll be pleased to see that there’s an impressive six games for Nintendo platforms in the entire top ten. Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Online continues to remain the most wanted Nintendo exclusive in Japan. The Wii version is due to be released later this year.

  1. [PSV] Persona 4: The Golden
  2. [PS3] Dragon’s Dogma
  3. [PS3] Resident Evil 6
  4. [Wii] Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Online
  5. [3DS] Fire Emblem: Awakening
  6. [3DS] Monster Hunter 4
  7. [3DS] Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry’s Wonderland 3D
  8. [3DS] Animal Crossing
  9. [NDS] Pokemon Black 2 & White 2
  10. [PS3] Lollipop Chainsaw


    1. Yeah, a big ammount of our games is made there. The big game companies are from Japan, why should we care whats going on there?


  1. Japan has good taste in games. Nintendo has good games, but this list proves to you fanboys who say the Vita has no games that the Vita just came out and has yet to get started. I have both a 3DS and Vita, so I’ll always have something to play.


    1. I want Paper Mario 3DS too, and the SSB for 3DS, and Luigi’s Mansion. And a PSVita, because i lost my paperweight


      1. lol. That’s some expensive paperweight. But you you should just get a PS3 because its the same price but heavier.


  2. Awesome list. I didn’t even know Dragon Quest X had an official subtitle already, though it was clear that the new races were going to be the focus of the game.

    1. Call of Duty Black Ops 2 (PS3, Xbox360)
    2. Call of Duty Vita (PSV)
    3. Halo 4 (Xbox360)
    4. Crisis 3 (PS3, Xbox360, PC)
    5. Another FPS
    6. Another FPS
    7. Another FPS
    8. Another FPS
    9. A Third Person Shooter
    10. … Maybe a Third Person RPG… Maybe…

    I am not saying that any of those are bad games, actually. Its just the mainstream talking .. :S


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