Super Mario All-Stars on top in Japan

17-year-old game sells by the bucketload.

Super Mario All-Stars: 25th Anniversary Edition has topped the charts in Japan after its first week on sale.

The game unseated the all-conquering Pokémon Black/White, selling an impressive 308,000 copies in the process.

The Wii re-release gathers together SNES-era remakes of the first three Super Mario Bros. games and bundles in a commemorative booklet and CD soundtrack.

The second highest entry was Naruto Ultimate Storm 2 at three followed by Vanquish at four, both on PlayStation 3. Medal of Honor went in at six.

Super Mario All-Stars: 25th Anniversary Edition launches in Europe on 3rd December.

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