Nintendo's latest financial report might have been a bit gloomier than the OSRS gold
company's investors are used to in recent years, but at least the company is managing to keep its stranglehold on its home market. For the seventh straight week, Nintendo has claimed at least two of the top three chart spots on Media Create's Japanese retail sales charts.
For October 19-25, Nintendo actually reprised its performance from the previous week, locking down the top three spots with the same games in the same order. The company's DS hit Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver led all games with 117,972 sold, followed by Wii Fit Plus' 88,197 sold, and the DS game Tomodachi Collection's 52,464 weekly sales.
The next best-seller of the week, Inazuma Eleven 2: Kyoui no ShinryokushaFire and Blizzard for the DS, wasn't made by Nintendo, but it showed the same consistency. The Level 5 soccer-themed cheap RS gold
role-playing game sold 49,238 copies, claiming its fourth straight week on the charts since release, and third in a row at the four spot.