Last week, the latest entry in Sega's popular Yakuza series hit Japan after suffering a brief delay. It was the country's bestselling game by a huge margin, killing the other new zombie-filled game on the market. But there was some not so good news for Sega's newest gangster game.
Yakuza: Of the End crushed the competition, selling nearly 300,000 copies in its first week on the market in Japan. Damn good, but not as impressive as the last two entries on the PlayStation 3. Yakuza 3 managed to move 372,000 copies in its first week on sale two years ago. Yakuza 4 outperformed that with a debut tally of 384,000 copies last year.