As the PlayStation 3 version of Konami's soccer game Winning Eleven 2010 drops from first to sixth, Sega's new PSP game J-League Pro Soccer Club kept the sport in the top position on the Japanese weekly charts.
The evergreen Japanese-developed soccer franchise J-League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! 6: Pride of J for PSP debuted at number one for the week ended November 15, selling 85,000 units, according to Media Create.
Last week, rival publisher Konami's World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010had a big number one debut with 218,000 units sold on PS3. The game sold 49,000 units this week.
As Pokemon Heart Gold/Soul Silver maintained the second spot for another week with combined sales of 63,000, Namco Bandai's Dragon Ball: Raging Blast for PS3 debuted at number three with 58,000 units.
Other new entries for the week included Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers for Wii, which sold 35,000 units, and Capcom's DS game Mega Man Battle Network: Operation Shooting Star, which sold 23,000.
Titles dropping off from last week include Namco Bandai's Tekken 6 for PS3 and Super Robot Taisen NEO for Wii, and Sega's Bayonetta for PS3.
Below are the sales for the week ended November 15 (thanks to NeoGAF for translation help):