Time Travelers PSP Outperformed By Next Gen Counterparts

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Last week, Level-5’s Time Travelers made its debut on the Playstation Vita and Nintendo 3DS, both doing enough to place in the top ten in the Japanese software charts. This week, the Playstation Portable version made its debut. It did not outperform the 3DS and Vita versions. In fact, the game did not chart in the top ten, according to the recent Media Create Software Chart.

The PSP version made the top 50, being placed at number 41. The Vita version is still the top version, placed at number 38, while the 3DS version ended up as number 40. Media Create does not give sale numbers for game placed outside of the top 20 or count online sales, so the number might be slightly bigger. With that said, it would a foregone conclusion that the PSP version did not top the 9,761 units sold the 3DS achieved last week.

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