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Kingdom Hearts 3D Takes A Nose Dive (Japanese Charts)

Square Enix won’t be too pleased this week as it’s been revealed that Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance sales are down 80% from last week when the game officially launched in Japan. Without further ado, here’s the Japanese software and hardware charts:

  1. [PSP] 2nd Super Robot Wars Z: Saisei-hen
  2. [3DS] Kingdom Hearts 3D -Dream Drop Distance
  3. [PSP] Pro Baseball Spirits 2012
  4. [PS3] Pro Baseball Spirits 2012
  5. [3DS] Kid Icarus: Uprising
  6. [3DS] Super Mario 3D Land
  7. [NDS] Pokemon Conquest
  8. [3DS] Monster Hunter 3G
  9. [3DS] Mario Kart 7
  10. [3DS] Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
  • Nintendo 3DS: 72,115
  • PlayStation 3: 19,370
  • PSP: 14,804
  • PlayStation Vita: 8,931
  • Wii: 7,099
  • Xbox 360: 3,764
  • Nintendo DS: 1,536
  • PlayStation 2: 1,355

25 thoughts on “Kingdom Hearts 3D Takes A Nose Dive (Japanese Charts)”

  1. And yet it’s still in the number 2 spot, beaten out only by Super Robot Wars.

    I don’t know whether that says bad things for the Japanese game market, or good things for Kingdom Hearts. Either way, it says SOMETHING about the state of things over there…

  2. Sickr, u make it deem like a big deal when the game only went down one spot. When I read the title I thought it fell a the way to the bottom

  3. Surely it’s because everyone who wanted it got it during the first week of release? Don’t know why this is such a shocker. Wow, looking at those charts, 3DS is really really winning – 6 games in the top 10, and beating all the big consoles by a wide margin in the hardware charts. Wish I lived in Tokyo, would probably get 50 streetpass hits a day. :P

  4. Aw 80% thats sad but its still in second place poor3D dont worry i have you pre-ordered and will play you all day from day one! You are still awesome! *thumbs up and smile* i am mac and i aprove of this message!

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