Monster Hunter Tri places 1st while Splinter Cell: Conviction quietly slips into 4th. And meanwhile, Pokemon Heart Gold and Soul Silver versions remain steadfast in the 2nd rank position. Also, LittleBigPlanet is slowly climbing back up the ranks and has gone from 15th to 11th in one week and Final Fantasy XIII for the PS3 clings to the 20th rank. In hardware sales, Playstation 3 sales continue to decline, reaching a 25% drop in hardware sales, while the Xbox 360 pulls ahead selling 11,000 more units than PS3. What will happen in the coming week? We shall have to wait and see.

Game Sales
(Format:[previous rank]Game name(console) – publisher)
1.[-]Monster Hunter Tri(Wii) – Capcom
2.[2]Pokemon Heart Gold/Soul Silver(DS) – Nintendo
3.[3]Wii Sports(Wii) – Nintendo
4.[1]Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction(360) – Ubisoft
5.[5]New Super Mario Bros. Wii(Wii) – Nintendo
6.[4]Wii Fit Plus(Wii) – Nintendo
7.[9]Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2(360) – Activision
8.[6]God of War 3(PS3) – Sony Computer Entertainment
9.[14]Battlefield: Bad Company 2(360) – Electronic Arts
10.[13]Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2(PS3) – Activision
11.[15]LittleBigPlanet(PS3) – Sony Computer Entertainment
12.[11]Assassin’s Creed 2(PS3) – Ubisoft
13.[7]Wii Sports Resort(Wii) – Nintendo
14.[16]Halo 3: ODST(360) – Microsoft
15.[8]Just Dance(Wii) – Ubisoft
16.[10]Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City(PS3) – Rockstar Games
17.[12]Assassin’s Creed 2(360) – Ubisoft
18.[18]Forza Motorsport 3(360) – Microsoft
19.[17]Mario Kart Wii(Wii) – Nintendo
20.[20]Final Fantasy XIII(PS3) – Square Enix

Hardware Sales
(Format: console name – #sold this week(% change))
1.DS – 120,417 (-17%)
2.Wii – 100,993 (-4%)
3.Xbox 360 – 60,585 (-14%)
4.Playstation 3 – 49,202 (-25%)
5.PSP – 18,010 (-15%)