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 Written by John Scalzo  on January 05, 2004

News: I'm absolutely shocked, a Final Fantasy game is at number one. See the rest of the list inside.



The Magic Box has posted the final list of Japan's top selling games for 2003 and there are very little surprises to say the least. Final Fantasy, Pokemon, J-League soccer, big head baseball, Dragon Ball, all of the genres and series' that people associate with Japanese gaming are well represented here.

One of the most interesting games on the list is Gran Turismo 4: Prologue, which still managed to nab number 21 and 382,471 copies sold even though it has only been on store shelves for three weeks.

Another title you may want a look out for is the Taikou no Tetsujin series, which had two entries at number 22 and number 25. Taikou no Tetsujin is a rythym game based on drumming and is the basis for a similar game they have planned for Nintendo called Donkey Konga. If this proves to be half as popular as Dance Dance Revolution we might have a whole new game craze on our hands.





























































































































Title [U.S. Title] System, Developer Copies Sold
1. Final Fantasy X-2 PS2, Square Enix 1,901,126
2. Pocket Monster Ruby / Sapphire
[Pokemon Ruby / Sapphire]
GBA, Nintendo 1,458,689
3. Shin Sangoku Musou 3 [Dynasty Warriors 4] PS2, Koei 1,173,102
4. World Soccer Winning Eleven 7 PS2, Konami 1,074,274
5. Everybody's Golf 4 [Hot Shots Golf Online] PS2, Sony 810,641
6. Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounter in Space PS2, Bandai 568,172
7. Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart
[Dragon Warrior Monsters: Caravan Heart]
GBA, Square Enix 566,201
8. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai PS2, Bandai 538,734
9. Star Ocean: Till the End of Time PS2, Square Enix 520,899
10. The 2nd Super Robot Taisen Alpha PS2, Banpresto 499,430
11. Let's Make a J. League Pro Soccer Club 3 PS2, Sega 498.214
12. Made in Wario [WarioWare Inc] GBA, Nintendo 492,581
13. Mario Kart: Double Dash!! GC, Nintendo 461,289
14. Shin Sangoku Musou 3 Moushouden
[Dynasty Warriors 4 Xtreme Legends]
PS2, Koei 455,009
15. Devil May Cry 2 PS2, Capcom 442.059
16. Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 10 PS2, Konami 430,461
17. Final Fantasy Tactics Advance GBA, Square Enix 420,540
18. Super Mario Advance 4 GBA, Nintendo 411,546
19. Mobile Suit Gundam Z: AEUG Vs Titan PS2, Bandai 411,389
20. Rockman EXE 4 Tournament Red Sun / Blue Moon
[Mega Man Battle Network 4 Red Sun / Blue Moon]
GBA, Capcom 384,593
21. Gran Turismo 4 Prologue PS2, Sony 382,471
22. Taikou no Tetsujin PS2, Namco 374,354
23. Pokemon Colosseum GC, Pokemon 358,237
24. Biohazard Outbreak [Resident Evil Outbreak] PS2, Capcom 322,379
25. Taikou no Tetsujin: New Songs of Spring Festival PS2, Namco 321,922
26. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles GC, Square Enix 310,674
27. Mario Party 5 GC, Nintendo 302,532
28. Legend of Zelda: Four Swords
[Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past]
GBA, Nintendo 268,957
29. Nechu Professional Baseball 2003 PS2, Namco 266,947
30. Kirby's Air Ride GC, Nintendo 265,083



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