At the end of last week Media Create released the top 10 best selling titles of Japan. For the first time in a very long time, DS powerhouse Brain Age has finally slipped out of the top 10. Selling 4 million units to date, the slip of Brain Age is a disappointment to those who novel at the fact that a game that simple, in a generation this complex, did so monstrously well. Alas, all good things must come to an end. The new top tier holder is the PSP's new Gundam game. Without further adieu, here is the top 10:

Rank/Platform/Publisher/Title/Units
Sold/Units Sold Total

1. (PSP, Bandai Namco) SD
Gundam G Generation – 155,634

2. (DS, Nintendo) New Super
Mario Brothers – 98,038 / 2,614,228

3. (PS2, Sega Sammy) Jissen
Pachislot Hisshouhou! Hokuto no Ken SE – 82,556

4. (DS, Bandai Namco)
Tamagotchi no Puchi Puchi Omisetchi Gohiikini – 75,853 / 268,311

5. (DS, Nintendo) Mario
Basket 3 on 3 – 48,564 / 159,273

6. (DS, Nintendo) More Brain
Age – 48,206 / 2,925,847

7. (DS, Nintendo) Shaberu! DS
Oryouri Nabi – 45,846 / 233,703

8. (PS2, Capcom) SENGOKU
BASARA 2 – 40,094 / 175,943

9. (GBA, Nintendo) Rhythm
Tengoku – 37,473

10. (PS2, Atlus)) Growlancer
V Generations – 37,467

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