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Japanese charts: new entries abound

Including games we've never heard of.

Kenka Bancho 4: Ichinen Sensou, a new PSP beat-'em-up by Spike, has topped the Japanese software chart.

Namco Bandai's new DS game Super Robot Wars OG: Saga Endless Frontier Exceed followed in second, according to Media Create data (compiled on NeoGAF) for the week ending 28th February.

They lead a chart disrupted by 20 new entries. A further two of those were in the top 10: Hot Shots Tennis Portable (sixth) and Shiren the Wanderer 4: Kami no Hitomi to Akuma no Heso (seventh).

Of interest among the rest were a Platinum Hits edition of the brilliant Demon's Souls (12th) and Borderlands on Xbox 360 (13th).

Last week's leader Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition slipped to third, New Super Mario Bros. Wii was nudged to fourth and God Eater tumbled to fifth. Friend Collection, Wii Fit Plus and Dragon Quest VI rounded out the top 10.

In hardware stakes, Nintendo's platforms beat Sony's fleet. DS posted 45,220 sales and PSP posted 38,634. Then Wii posted 36,241 sales, ahead of 27,763 by PS3.

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