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This week’s Japanese charts – provided by Famitsu – feature a wealth of brand new releases.
The latest game in Atlus’ Shin Megami Tensei series of RPGs has gone straight to the top spot in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
New Bandai Namco Naruto title Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 debuted at No.1 in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Builders: Alefgard wo Fukkatsu Seyo debuted in Japan last week and dominates the top half of the region’s charts.
The remake of the first game in Sega's Yakuza franchise – Like A Dragon in Japan – debuts at No.1 in the region's Top Ten, according to data from Famitsu.
Atlus’ remaster of 2008 JRPG Odin Sphere has shot to the Japanese top spot according to data from Famitsu.
The latest entry in Capcom’s Monster Hunter series is manages to hold on to the top spot in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
The best-selling game of 2015 in Japan is also its first No.1 of this year.
Things continue to look exceptionally bleak for the Japanese console games market, according to data from Famitsu.
The latest Star Wars game has unsurprisingly shot to the top of the Japanese retail rankings in its debut week.
The PS4 SKU of Call of Duty: Black Ops III is still No.1 in Japan.
Blockbuster shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops III has shot to number one in the Japanese retail charts, fighting off a number of home-grown titles.
In a contrast to the UK’s Halo-ruled rankings, Japan’s retail charts were last week dominated by home-grown titles from the territory.
RPG 7th Dragon III Code: VFD has shot to the top of the Japanese software charts in its first week.
Wii U exclusive Super Mario Maker is riding high once again in Japan, as it fought off competition from Uncharted and FIFA to take the chart top spot.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2016’s Japanese launch has highlighted the huge number of gamers still playing on older consoles.
Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid swansong sold almost half a million copies across PS3 and PS4 in its debut week.
A menagerie of robots, animals, ghosts and squid battled it out at the top of the Japanese games charts last week.
Four new releases in the Japanese software Top Ten last week wasn’t enough to dethrone continued phenomenon and chart success Yokai Watch.
Japanese PlayStation 4 sales shot up this week as Batman: Arkham Knight launched in the country.
The latest video game craze in Japan is yet to run out of steam.
The latest Fire Emblem title for 3DS has remained at the number spot in Japan, with returning Top Ten entry Splatoon seeing resilient sales figures.
Sales of Sony’s Vita handheld shot up in Japan last week as Atlus’ Persona 4: Dancing All Night hit stores.
Numbers from sales monitor Media Create suggest that Xbox One slipped to a saddening new low in Japan earlier this month.
The New 3DS XL is once again No.1 in Japan as a number of new 3DS titles make their debut.