Wii crowd-pleaser Mario Party 9 clung onto the top spot in a snail-slow sales week over in Japan.
Nintendo platforms totally dominate this week's Japanese sales charts, with a number of key titles enjoying a massive spike during the country's annual Golden Week holiday period.
Mario Party 9 took the top spot, unseating Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City and selling 144,585 in its second week on shelves.
There were six 3DS titles in the top 10. Super Mario 3D Land saw an 82 per cent week-on-week up-tick in sales to take fourth place, Mario Kart 7 was up 96 per cent in fifth, Kid Icarus: Uprising followed in sixth with sales up 63 per cent, while Monster Hunter Tri G was in seventh, with a 21 per cent sales increase.
Spin-off zombie shooter Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City has entered the Japanese software chart at number one in its debut week.
Paradox Interactive doesn't feel bad for GAME, because the UK retail giant has been "abusing" its power and "bullying" publisher partners for "a long time".
EA snowboarding reboot SSX has claimed first place in the UK all-formats chart.
GAME Group (GAME and Gamestation) will not be stocking Wii game Mario Party 9, Eurogamer has heard.
Castle party crashers.
Wii minigame collection Mario Party 9 arrives in stores on 2nd March, Nintendo has announced.
The latest entry in the long-running series features 80 minigames and a variety of different modes.
New additions this time out are co-operative boss battles and Party Adventure Mode, which sees up to four players traversing the board in a vehicle while attempting to railroad opposition onto more challenging squares.