Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 sold over 200,000 copies at launch in Japan, according to data published by Media Create for the week ended November 25.
Published by Square Enix in Japan, the PS3 version of Black Ops 2 sold 197,350 copies and charted at No.2, whilst the Xbox 360 version charterd at No.6 with 22,177 copies sold. In November 2010 the original Black Ops managed a combined 160,000 copies, highlighting a big improvement for the franchise in 2012.
It was Nintendo's Animal Crossing: New Leaf which continued at the top of the chart, however, with third week sales of 213,414 bringing the life to date figure to 1,106,758 copies. The game is fast approaching the 1,420,184 total of New Super Mario Bros. 2, which charted at No.5 this week with 34,971 copies.
In the hardware chart the 3DS is showing no signs of fatigue, selling 162,077 units. The 3DS life to date figure is now only weeks away from surpassing the PS3: 8,420,471 plays 8,649,457. PS Vita slumped back under 10,000 units once again, moving only 9,712 units.