The Nintendo 3DS handheld has managed to have another very good sales week on the Japanese market, according to the numbers released by tracking firm Media Create, selling more than 100,000 units in the second week of shelf life for Super Mario 3D Land.
The 3DS has seen a decrease in overall numbers, coming from 145,271 devices to just 103,962 for the week which ended on November 11, with the second place in the hardware chart occupied by the PlayStation Portable from Sony, as it has been customary for the last few months.
The Sony device has sold 23,472 units for the seven day period, which is another decrease from a previous reported number of 27,952.
The last place in the podium is occupied by the PlayStation 3 home gaming console, which has managed to sell 22,919 devices coming from 26,966.
The older DSi XL is continuing to see a decline in sales, going under the 2,000 units mark, followed by the Xbox 360 from Microsoft, the PlayStation 2, the DSi and the Lite version.
Hatsune Miku Project Diva Extend, an anime tie-in, from SEGA for the PlayStation Portable has managed to sell 184,673 copies during its first week on sale and took up the top position in the Japanese software chart, managing to perform better than last week's winner, Super Mario Land 3D.
Sengoku Basara 3: Utage from Capcom, for the PlayStation 3, another new entry, has managfed to sell 124,197 copies to take second place while Ore no Shi wo Koete Yuke from Sony took third place with 94,085 moved during its first week on sale.
The rest of the top ten is made up of: Super Mario Land 3D from Nintendo, Final Fantasy Type-0 from Square Enix, Sengoku Basara 3: Utage from Capcom but for the Wii, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition from Konami, Poképark 2: Beyond the World from Nintendo, Kirby's Adventure from Nintendo and Battlefield 3 from Electronic Arts.