The Japanese action-adventure RPG titles recently released to the market. The two new Japanese games – Japanese territory: Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers and Katana Kami: A Way of The Samurai Story had their great debuts and its already been a long time we have seen any first-day sales information coming out of Japan, but today we have brought you the first-day sales number of the newly debuted titles.
Both of the games are the biggest Japanese game releases of the week.
Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers is a sequel to Persona 5 and is set several months that follows the events of the first game.
In this game, the Phantom Thieves of Hearts take a cross trip of the city to investigate the mysterious incidents happening throughout Japan.
On the other hand, Katana Kami: A way of the Samurai story is about a mysterious unnamed Samurai who heads to Jikai dungeons to earn and help out the hopeless blacksmith Gunji Dojima.
Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers:
This game sold 70 percent of its stock on the first day, which is really great. The Playstation 4 version has sold more but with a worst direct selling rate of 50 percent. However, the stock will reload soon with a new rate.
Katana Kami: A Way of The Samurai Story:
This game sold 50 percent of its stock on the beginning day. Like Persona 5 Scramble, the Playstation has sold more and again with the worst-selling rate of 40 percent.
The data sales for both of the Japanese titles are very positive and very good. Both of the games have started very interestingly well if you look at first-day sales data. However, we still have to wait till next weekend to get more information and details of the game.