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Japanese charts: PSP at number one

Mario Galaxy 2 wins software top ten.

The latest Media Create data has revealed that PSP was the best-selling bit of games hardware in Japan last week, with more than 23,000 units shifted.

PS3 came in second with 18,951, to be precise, just outdoing the Wii on 18,818. Over 10,000 DSi LL units were sold, while the figure for DSi came in at 8,000.

Microsoft managed to shift another 3000 Xbox 360 consoles while the DS Lite did just over 1700. Sony bottomed out the chart with the PS2 (1300) and the PSPgo (1000).

In the software chart Super Mario Galaxy 2 was still on top with 105,000 copies sold. PSP title Fairy Tail: Portable Guild debuted at no. 2. The only other new entry in the top ten was Hisshou Pachinko Pachi-Slot Kouryaku Series Portable Vol. 1: Shinseiki Evangelion - Tamashii no Kiseki. No idea, but it's at no. 6.

In third and fourth were Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 2 and Soccer Tsuku DS: World Challenge 2010, both for DS. Lost Planet 2, at no. 5, was one of two PS3 entries in the chart - the other being World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010 in ninth place.

Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker slipped down to no. 7, while Medarot DS: Kabuto / Kuwagata was at eight and Tomodachi Collection rounded out the chart at ten.

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