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Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Tops Japanese Sales in Debut

Posted on Wednesday, October 19 @ 12:48:00 PST by


According to Media Create Sales for October 10 to October 16, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon has napped the top spot from Just Dance for Wii, both in their debut on the list. Ace Combat: Assault Horizon and Forza Motorsport 4 are also doing surprisingly well sitting in 6th and 5th respectively.

1. Ace Combat: Assault Horizon [PS3]
2. Just Dance [Wii]
3. World Soccer Winner Eleven 2012 [PS3]
4. AKB1/48: Idol to Guam de Koishitara [PSP]
5. Forza Motorsport 4 [360]
6. Ace Combat: Assault Horizon [360]
7. Dead Rising 2: Off the Record [360]
8. Class of Heroes Mono. Final: Shinnyusei wa Ohimesama [PSP]
9. Rhythm Heaven [Wii]
10. Dragon Quest 25th Anniversary: Famicom & Super Famicom Dragon Quest I-II-III [Wii]

The 3DS also sold more units this week than last week with 55,025 units, about twice as much as the next best-selling console, the PS3, which sold 28.596 units. As usual, the PSP is also doing well and the 360 is finally breaking away from PS2 sales.

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