Dragon Ball Fusions continues to push new copies to players nine weeks into its release on the Nintendo 3DS in Japan.
According to the Media Create sales list for the reporting period of 26 September 2016 to 02 October 2016, the game pushed another 4,350 copies, which brings the game’s sales up to 170,046 total copies.
Fusions‘ ninth week sales far exceed last year’s Extreme Butōden (also on the Nintendo 3DS), which pushed 115,545 copies by its own seventh week before falling off again until its tenth week at 124,982 copies. Fusions is also currently trending higher than 2014’s Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2, which (according to Famitsu) sold 148,951 copies by its ninth week.
Dragon Ball Fusions, developed by Ganbarion for Bandai Namco, is the latest Dragon Ball franchise video game and is exclusively available on the Nintendo 3DS in Japan. A free update is due this autumn, bringing with it a new “Time-Space Radar stage” plus more online and single-player functionality. The game is scheduled for an international localization, hitting North America in December and Europe in February 2017. Check out Episode #0409 of our podcast for our first impressions with the game.