DS game Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days enters the Japanese chart at number one this week, amassing nearly 300,000 sales. That's more like it, Japan.
Newcomer Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires follows at three on PS3, while the Xbox 360 version rounds the chart out at 10. Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires is out here on 26th June.
There's another new entry at five in Marvelous' PSP game Half-Minute Hero, which is tailed by other debutantes 3rd Chapter - Rasen (DS), Aqua Plus (PSP) and Tom Clancy's HAWX (PS3) at six, seven and eight, respectively.
Pro Yakyuu Team o Tsukurou! 2 is the only other game from last week to keep a top 10 place at nine.
And there are other new releases further down: SEGA's The Series of Haruhi Suzumiya (DS) at 12, D3Publisher's Tactics Layer: Ritina Guard Senki (DS) at 26, Battlestations: Pacific (360) at 27, The Last Guy (PS3) at 28 and Memories Off 6: Trial Wave (PSP) at 30.
There's more: Welcome to Sheep Village Portable (PSP) at 33, Nippon Ichi's A Witch's Tale: Apprentice Witch and Seven Princesses (DS) at 36, Bamboo Blade: Sorekara no Chousen (DS) at 38, Silver-Eyed Witch (DS) at 40 and Myself; Yourself: Sorezore no Finale (PS2) at 47.
Hardware sales for DS are up and healthy again at 73,056, and there's a slight number-boost across the board.
|This Week||Last Week||Title||Platform||Weekly Sales||Lifetime Sales|
|1||New entry||Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days||DS||295,205||295,205|
|2||New entry||Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth||DS||171,940||171,940|
|3||New entry||Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires||PS3||75,859||75,859|
|4||1||Sloane and McHale's Mysterious Story||DS||32,865||76,000|
|5||New entry||Half-Minute Hero||PSP||26,451||26,451|
|6||New entry||Third Chapter - Rasen||DS||22,876||22,876|
|7||New entry||Aqua Plus||PSP||21,682||21,682|
|8||New entry||Tom Clancy's HAWX||PS3||19,115||19,115||9||2||Pro Yakyuu Team o Tsukurou! 2||DS||17,083||56,000||10||New entry||Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires||Xbox 360||16,528||16,528|
Japanese hardware sales:
|Platform||This Week||Last Week||2009 Sales||Lifetime Sales|
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