Vita has topped the Japanese hardware chart for the week ended March 10.
Sales had rocketed the previous week, thanks in no small part to the Vita price cut introduced on February 28, although 3DS still came out on top by 15,000 units.
Sony-published Soul Sacrifice topped the software chart, with combined sales of the standard and double pack of the new game from former Capcom designer and Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune helping the title narrowly outsell Sega's Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f for PS3, which placed first on an individual SKU basis.
Hardware sales (previous week's total)
- Vita - 63.581 (62.543)
- 3DS - 61.008 (77.439)
- PS3 - 19.567 (25.725)
- PSP - 18.023 (11.171)
- Wii U - 9.454 (10.021)
- Wii - 1.363 (1.383)
- Xbox 360 - 738 (486)
- Total - 173.734 (188.768)
Software sales (last week's)
- Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f (PS3, Sega) - 110.229 / New
- Soul Sacrifice (Vita, Sony) - 92.396 / New
- Uta no Prince-Sama: All Star (PSP, Broccoli) - 67.217 / New
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf (3DS, Nintendo) - 63.285
- Tales of Hearts R (Vita, Bandai Namco) - 55.258 / New
- Dynasty Warriors 8 (PS3, Koei Tecmo) - 46.866
- Far Cry 3 (PS3, Ubisoft) - 33.281 / New
- Professor Layton and the Legacy of Civilization (3DS, Level 5) - 30.078
- Dragon Quest VII: Fighters of Eden (3DS, Square Enix) - 24.045
- Soul Sacrifice: United Front Double Pack (Vita, Sony) - 22.050 / New