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Phantasy Star can’t topple Pokemon from top of Japanese charts

107,638 unit sales weren’t enough to see Sega’s new Vita RPG Phantasy Star Nova knock Nintendo’s new Pokemon games from the top of the weekly Japanese charts.

Famitsu sales data for the week ending November 30th show that the Top 10 welcomed a number of new titles including Kadokawa’s Vita outing Fate/Hollow Ataraxia (3rd), Atlus’ 3DS title Etrian Odyssey Untold 2 (4th) and Capcom’s PS3 release Resident Evil HD Remaster (5th).

The PS4 version of EA’s Dragon Age: Inquisition debuts in ninth.

The handhelds once again dominate the hardware listings while Wii U edges ahead of PS4 this week. Xbox One was once again outsold by all formats bar the Vita TV and PSP.

Here’s the software Top Ten:

1. Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire (Pokemon Company) 3DS – 320,960
2. Phantasy Star Nova (Sega) Vita – 107,638 (new)
3. Fate/Hollow Ataraxia (Kadokawa) Vita – 66,880 (new)
4. Etrian Odyssey Untold 2: Fafnir no Kishi (Atlus) 3DS – 60,123 (new)
5. Resident Evil HD Remaster (Capcom) PS3 – 47,802 (new)
6. Yokai Watch 2: Ganso/Honke (Level 5) 3DS – 31,122
7. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (Capcom) 3DS – 27,001
8. Dragon Age: Inquisition 9 (EA) PS4 – 26,261 (new)
9. Super Smash Bros (Nintendo) 3DS – 16,060
10. Nisekoi: Yomeiri (Konami) Vita – 14,547 (new)

And the hardware:

1. New Nintendo 3DS LL – 43,684
2. PS Vita – 24,757
3. New Nintendo 3DS – 22,592
4. Wii U – 13,533
5. PS4 – 12,073
6. Nintendo 3DS LL – 11,951
7. Nintendo 3DS – 8,119
8. PS3 – 4,769
9. Xbox One – 1,175
10. PS Vita TV – 1,090
11. PSP – 72

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