You know times have changed when the top three spots in Japan's software sales chart are no longer occupied by traditional fare, but rather a miasma of Mario
mini-games, a balancercise board
and a glorified automotive demo
runs down last week's top ten, highlighting Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo 5 Prologue
which made its debut in third position with approximately 116,000 units sold. Professor Layton bully
, Wii Fit
, found itself parking off in second position with 124,000 units after having switched places with Mario Party DS
and its 180,000 attendees.
Nintendo proved the overall wii-ner, with six first-party titles accounted for in the chart -- in fact, Gran Turismo 5 Prologue
was the only game not to be found on the Wii or DS. The two systems are expected to enjoy continued good fortune in the hardware sales chart due for release tomorrow.