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Best selling Square-Enix games and franchises. This includes games made by both Squaresoft, Enix and their 2003 merged corporation, Square-Enix(source: Wikipedia and MagicBox June 2008). Much of the data only includes Japanese sales figures.

Note: Dragon Quest used to be known as Dragon Warrior outside of Japan.

Todo: make a note beside the game if it's developed by Squaresoft, Enix, or Square-Enix.

GamesEdit

Sales data from Final Fantasy (Video Game Sales Wiki) and List of best-selling video games (Wikipedia)

Top 10
  1. Final Fantasy VII (11.14 million)
  2. Final Fantasy X (8.05–10 million)
  3. Final Fantasy VIII (8.711 million)
  4. Final Fantasy XIII (7.48 million)
  5. Final Fantasy XII (5.6 million approximately: 2.4 million in Japan, 1.7 million in US, 1.1 million in Europe)
  6. Final Fantasy X-2 (5.3 million approximately: 2.11 million units in Japan, 1.92 million units in the United States, 1.08 million units in Europe and more than 100,000 units in the United Kingdom and 0.17m shipped worldwide)
  7. Kingdom Hearts (4.68 million approximately: 3.45 million in US, 1.23 million in Japan; 5.9 million shipped)
  8. Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King (4.44 million approximately: 3.6 million in Japan, 410,000 in Europe, 430,000 in North America; 4.7 million shipped)
  9. Dragon Warrior VII (4.12 million)
  10. Kingdom Hearts II (3.89 million approximately: 2.03 million in US, 1.16 million in Japan, 700,000 in Europe; 4 million shipped)
NES
  1. Dragon Warrior III (3.8 million in Japan)
  2. Dragon Warrior IV (3.1 million in Japan)
  3. Dragon Warrior II (2.4 million in Japan)
  4. Dragon Warrior (1.5 million in Japan)
  5. Final Fantasy III (1.4 million in Japan)
SNES
  1. Dragon Quest VI (3.2 million in Japan)
  2. Dragon Quest V (2.8 million in Japan)
  3. Final Fantasy VI (2.55 million in Japan)
  4. Final Fantasy V (2.45 million in Japan)
  5. Chrono Trigger (2.03 million in Japan)
  6. Final Fantasy IV (1.84 million)
  7. Secret of Mana (1.83 million shipped)
  8. Romancing SaGa 2 (1.49 million shipped)
  9. Super Mario RPG (1.47 million in Japan)
  10. Dragon Quest III (remake) (1.4 million in Japan)
  11. Romancing SaGa (1.32 million shipped)
  12. Romancing SaGa 3 (1.3 million in Japan)
  13. Dragon Warrior I & II (remake) (1.2 million in Japan
  14. Seiken Densetsu 2 (1.50 million in Japan)
Game Boy and Game Boy Advance
  1. Dragon Warrior Monsters (2.35 million in Japan)
  2. Dragon Warrior Monsters 2 (1.593 million in Japan)
  3. Final Fantasy Legend (1.37 million)
  4. Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories (1.742 approximately: 1.2 million in US, 342,341 in Japan, 200,000 in Europe [PAL])
  5. Final Fantasy Tactics Advance (1.102 million approximately: 660,000 in US, 441,926 in Japan)
Nintendo DS
  1. Final Fantasy III (2 million approximately: 1.06 million in Japan, 460,000 in North America, and 480,000 in Europe)
  2. Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker (1.47 million in Japan)
  3. Dragon Quest IV (1.24 million in Japan)
  4. Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings (1.04 million approximately: 540,000 in Japan, 220,000 in North America, 280,000 in Europe)
Playstation
  1. Final Fantasy VII (10 million, including Final Fantasy VII International)
  2. Final Fantasy VIII (8.15 million)
  3. Dragon Warrior VII (4.12 million)
  4. Final Fantasy IX (5.08 million worldwide: 2.86 million in Japan)
  5. Final Fantasy Tactics (2.4 million)
  6. Dragon Warrior IV (remake) (1.2 million in Japan)
  7. Xenogears (1.19 million shipped)
  8. Chocobo no Fushigina Dungeon (1.166 million in Japan)
  9. SaGa Frontier (1.1 million in Japan)
  10. Parasite Eve II (1.09 million shipped)
  11. Parasite Eve (749,000 in US; 1.94 million shipped)
  12. Chrono Cross (580,000 in US; 1.5 million shipped)
Playstation 2
  1. Final Fantasy X (8–10 million)
  2. Final Fantasy X-2 (5.3 million: 2.11 million units in Japan, 1.92 million units in the United States, 1.08 million units in Europe and more than 100,000 units in the United Kingdom and 0.17m shipped worldwide)
  3. Final Fantasy XII (5.2 million approximately: 2.4 million in Japan, 1.7 million in US, 1.1 million in Europe)
  4. Kingdom Hearts (4.68 million approximately: 3.45 million in US, 1.23 million in Japan; 5.9 million shipped)
  5. Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King (4.44 million approximately: 3.6 million in Japan, 410,000 in Europe, 430,000 in North America; 4.7 million shipped)
  6. Kingdom Hearts II (3.89 million approximately: 2.03 million in US, 1.16 million in Japan, 700,000 in Europe; 4 million shipped)
  7. Dragon Quest V: Tenku no Hanayome (1.64 million in Japan)
  8. Star Ocean: Till the End of Time (1.363 million approximately: 740,000 in the US, 533,373 in Japan, 90,000 in Europe)
  9. Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII (1.243 million approximately: 513,157 in Japan, 460,000 in North America, 270,000 in Europe)
PSP
  1. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII (2.6 million)

FranchisesEdit

This includes Eidos from before the consolidation

  1. Final Fantasy : 110 million (47 titles)[1]
  2. Dragon Quest : 64 million (27 titles)
  3. Tomb Raider: 42 million (9 titles)
  4. Kingdom Hearts: 20 million (7 titles)
  5. Romancing Saga : 9.9 million (12 titles)
  6. Hitman: 8.0 million (5 titles)
  7. Mana: 6.0 million (7 titles)
  8. Chrono : 5.4 million (2 titles)

References Edit

  1. http://www.hd.square-enix.com/eng/group/index.html
Best selling video games
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See also: Best selling games · Best selling franchises

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