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Weekly Japanese Sales Charts Update
09.15.03 - 12:36 AM

This week's edition of the Japanese sales charts has been dominated by Kidou Senshi Gundam Meguri Ai Uchuu. The PlayStation 2 title from Bandai sold almost 380,000 copies upon its debut, thereby easily claiming the No.1. In the meantime, Konami's soccer simulation World Soccer Winning Eleven 7 has passed the one million mark.

1 NEW Kidou Senshi Gundam Meguri Ai Uchuu, Bandai, PS2, 375,547 (375,547)
2 NEW Densetsu no Stafi 2, Nintendo, GBA, 77,990 (77,990)
3 NEW Mario Golf Family Tour, Nintendo, GC, 66,788 (66,788)
4 2 Shinyaku Seiken Densetsu (Sword of Mana), Square Enix, GBA, 48,789 (200,333)
5 1 Tales of Symphonia, Namco, GC, 46,125 (222,725)
13 6 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, Square Enix, GC, 9,474 (304,743)
16 12 Super Robot Taisen D, Banpresto, GBA 7,313 (163,271)
17 NEW Get Backers Dakkanya Jagan Fuuin, Konami, GBA, 5,447 (5,447)
20 19 Tales of Phantasia, Namco, GBA, 5,010 (111,688)
21 15 Summon Night 3, Banpresto, PS2, 4,711 (205,163)
25 11 Phantasy Star Generation 1, 3D Ages, PS2, 3,750 (17,296)
29 34 Pokemon Ruby, Nintendo, GBA, 3,245 (2,225,917)
30 33 Pokemon Sapphire, Nintendo, GBA 2,236 (2,287,490)
37 36 Mother 1 and 2, Nintendo, GBA, 2,867 (257,188)
40 16 12 Kokuki, Konami, PS2, 2,792 (11,937)
41 NEW Atarashiki Sekae Monogatari, Marvelous Interactive, GBA, 2,760 (2,760)


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