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Speaking of other home consoles, the multiplatform Call of Duty: World at War took both the second highest-selling position (Xbox 360 version) and the ninth (PS3). Versions of World at War have also been released on the Wii, DS, and PS2, but none of these titles have shown up on NPD's charts. <P>
This will only serve to further fuel discussion over the viability of the first-person shooter genre on the Nintendo Wii, especially with Wii-exclusive The Conduit scheduled for release in spring 2009. In contrast to the genre's questionable representation on Nintendo platforms, every Xbox 360 and PS3 title in the NPD top 10 are shooters, including the Xbox 360's Gears of War 2 (sixth place) and Left 4 Dead (seventh place). <P>
This report contains information from the NeoGAF Official NPD thread, as well as reports from IGN, and Nintendo's Official December NPD Press Release. <P>
Spoiler WarningBut even if TYP meant compositionally and not technically better, I would argue that Hirasawa's soundtrack lacks the fluff and the near constant motif repetition that almost all of Kondo's soundtracks have, including (and especially) Star Fox 64.
So did Yamauchi have to use his Yakuza connections to make this happen?DQ always goes to the most selling system.
I wonder which will come out first, DQX or FF13... I bet S-E are kicking themselves already over FF13.
But seriously, announcing X before IX is released?
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Hardware | This Week | Last Week | Last 4 Weeks | YTD | LTD
DS+ | 114,036 | 107,423 | 423,623 | 3,103,426 | 24,276,480
PSP | 55,090 | 61,226 | 198,195 | 3,301,982 | 10,967,059