Japan: My Little Sister Can't Possibly Be This Cute tops charts

Namco Bandai’s My Little Sister Can’t Possibly Be This Cute Portable Can’t Possibly Continue has topped the Japanese hardware charts for the week ended May 20. And no, we aren’t kidding you – it’s a real game.

The quirky PSP outing shifted 53,175 units, knocking Mario Party 9 off the top spot and beating out fellow handheld outing Persona 2: Eternal Punishment.

On the hardware front meanwhile, 3DS once again takes the crown as the best-selling games machine of the week, with PS3 coming in second, PSP third and PS Vita fourth. Sadly, Sony’s new handheld still can’t seem to catch a break in its native country, with salesup by only 7 units on the previous week.

Check out the full software/hardware charts below:

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Software (units sold to date)

My Little Sister Can't Possibly Be This Cute Portable Can't Possibly Continue (PSP, Namco Bandai) 53,175
Mario Party 9 (Wii, Nintendo) 25,123 (359,943)
Persona 2 Eternal Punishment (PSP, Atlus) 24,547
Fire Emblem Awakening (3DS, Nintendo) 14,913 (376,703)
Brothers Conflict Passion Pink (PSP, Idea Factory) 10,911
Super Mario 3D Land (3DS, Nintendo) 10,450 (1,585,238)
Mario Kart 7 (3DS, Nintendo) 8,569 (1,712,918)
Monster Hunter 3G (3DS, Capcom) 8,334 (1,450,809)
Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City (PS3, Capcom) 6,625 (326,130)
Kid Icarus Uprising (3DS, Nintendo) 6,232 (275,752)

Weekly hardware sales (last week)

3DS: 45,752 (46,425)
PS3: 12,026 (12,996)
PSP: 10,652 (12,247)
Vita: 6,347 (6,340)
Wii: 5,956 (6,073)
PS2: 1,166 (1,212)
Xbox 360: 825 (1,023)
DSi LL: 683 (819)
DSi: 425 (387)

via Andriasang

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