So the big surprise of last week's chart is that Hot Shots
Golf 5 did not completely fall off the top 10, but retained a
powerful presence by shifting another 64k copies, totaling an
estimated 216k games sold. The big debut for last week is not a
surprise, as the newest Winning Eleven for the PS2 came in with
150k sold in its first week.

Likewise, Mario Party 8 is also enjoying strong sales, selling a
spectacular 135k copies in its second week of sales.
Unfortunately, past the top three, sales take a nosedive, as you
can see. The sales discrepancy between Hot Shots and 'Wonderful
World is quite large.

Overall, the top ten averages out to 53k, which is a drop over the
previous week in sales, but thanks to strong sales from the top
three, the software average is still respectable.

1. PS2 – J-League Winning Eleven 2007 (Konami)
– 149,584 / Debut
2. WII – Mario Party 8 (Nintendo) – 134,786 / 400,000
3. PS3 – Hot Shots Golf 5 (Sony) – 64,093 / 216,000
4. NDS – It's a Wonderful World (Square-Enix) – 33,111 / 110,000
5. NDS – The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (Nintendo) –
29,088 / 697,000
6. WII – Wii Sports (Nintendo) – 27,815 / 1,971,000
7. WII – Wii Play (Nintendo) – 27,187 / 1,579,000
8. NDS – Face Training DS (Nintendo) – 22,276 / Debut
9. NDS – New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo) – 21,254 / 4,677,000
10. NDS – Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day
(Nintendo) – 21,168 / 476,000

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