Original PlayStation 2 and Slimline PlayStation 2 with DualShock 2 controller
Original PlayStation 2 and Slimline PlayStation 2 with DualShock 2 controller

This is a list of video games for the PlayStation 2 video game console that have sold or shipped at least one million copies. The best-selling game on the PlayStation 2 is Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. An action-adventure game developed by Rockstar North, San Andreas was originally released in North America on October 26, 2004, and went on to sell 17.33 million units worldwide. The second-best-selling game on the console is Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec (2001), which sold 14.89 million units. The top five is rounded out by Gran Turismo 4 (2004) selling 11.76 million units, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002) with 10.25 million units sold, and Final Fantasy X (2001) with 8.5 million units sold.

There are a total of 163 PlayStation 2 games on this list which are confirmed to have sold or shipped at least one million units. Of these, 30 were published in one or more regions by Sony Computer Entertainment. Other publishers with multiple million-selling games include EA Sports with twenty games, Electronic Arts with eighteen games, Capcom with fourteen games, Activision and THQ with twelve games each, and Konami with ten games. The developers with the most million-selling games include EA Tiburon with twelve games and Capcom and EA Canada, with nine games each in the list of 113. The most popular franchises on PlayStation 2 include Grand Theft Auto (37.59 million combined units), Gran Turismo (29.61 million combined units), Madden NFL (23.48 million combined units), Final Fantasy (21.15 million combined units), and Pro Evolution Soccer (13.16 million combined units). The oldest game on this list is Tekken Tag Tournament, first released on the platform on March 30, 2000, while the most recent is Sonic Unleashed, released November 18, 2008, when the PlayStation 3 had been out for more than two years.

As of March 31, 2007, a total of 1.24 billion copies of PlayStation 2 software had been shipped worldwide.[1] Between April 1, 2007, and March 31, 2012, an additional 297.5 million copies had been sold.[2] Note that since the former figure refers to shipments and the latter refers to sales, there may be overlap between the two figures.

List

Game Copies sold Release date[a] Genre(s) Developer(s) Publisher(s)
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 17.33 million[3][b] October 26, 2004 Action-adventure Rockstar North
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec 14.89 million[7][c] April 28, 2001 Racing Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment
Gran Turismo 4 11.76 million[7][d] December 28, 2004 Racing Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10.5 million[e] October 27, 2002 Action-adventure Rockstar North
Final Fantasy X 8.5 million[11][f] July 19, 2001 Role-playing Square Product Development Division 1
Grand Theft Auto III 8.305 million[g] October 22, 2001 Action-adventure DMA Design
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty 7.03 million[15][h] November 12, 2001 Konami Computer Entertainment Japan Konami
Tekken 5 6 million[18][i] March 31, 2005 Fighting Namco
Final Fantasy XII 6 million[19][20][j] March 16, 2006 Role-playing Square Enix Square Enix
Kingdom Hearts 5.9 million[22][k][l] March 28, 2002 Action role-playing Square
Final Fantasy X-2 5.4 million[11][m] March 13, 2003 Role-playing Square Product Development Division 1
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King 4.88 million[24][25][n] November 27, 2004 Role-playing Level-5 Square Enix
Kingdom Hearts II 4.757 million[o][p] December 22, 2005 Action role-playing Square Enix Product Development Division 1 Square Enix
God of War 4.61 million[28][q] March 22, 2005 Santa Monica Studio
Madden NFL 2005 4.35 million[6][r] August 9, 2004 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
God of War II 4.24 million[28][s] March 13, 2007 Santa Monica Studio
Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy 4.2 million[32] December 3, 2001 Platform Naughty Dog Sony Computer Entertainment
EyeToy: Play 4 million[33] July 4, 2003 Party London Studio Sony Computer Entertainment
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater 4 million[34][t] November 17, 2004 Konami Computer Entertainment Japan Konami
Madden NFL 2004 3.95 million[6][r] August 12, 2003 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
Madden NFL 06 3.77 million[6][r] August 8, 2005 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
Ratchet & Clank 3.71 million[36] November 4, 2002 Platform Insomniac Games Sony Computer Entertainment
Need for Speed: Underground 3.69 million[u] November 17, 2003 Racing EA Black Box EA Games
Medal of Honor: Frontline 3.55 million[v] May 28, 2002 First-person shooter EA Los Angeles EA Games
Guitar Hero II 3.41 million[w] November 7, 2006 Harmonix RedOctane
Pro Evolution Soccer 3[x] 3.271 million[y] August 7, 2003 Sports Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo Konami
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock 3.234 million[z] October 28, 2007 Neversoft Activision
Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal 3.218 million[36] November 3, 2004 Platform Insomniac Games Sony Computer Entertainment
Madden NFL 2003 3.18 million[6][r] August 12, 2002 Sports EA Sports
Pro Evolution Soccer 4[aa] 3.133 million[ab] August 5, 2004 Sports Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo Konami
The Getaway 3 million[47] December 11, 2002 Action-adventure Team Soho Sony Computer Entertainment
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 3 million[ac] October 4, 2007 Fighting Spike
Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando 2.966 million[36] November 11, 2003 Platform Insomniac Games Sony Computer Entertainment
WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2006 2.9 million[49] November 11, 2005 Sports Yuke's
Pro Evolution Soccer 2[ad] 2.859 million[ae] April 25, 2002 Sports Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo Konami
Spider-Man 2.81 million[af] April 15, 2002 Action-adventure Treyarch Activision
Madden NFL 07 2.8 million[51][52][r] August 22, 2006 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs 2.78 million[ag] August 27, 2002 Tactical shooter Zipper Interactive Sony Computer Entertainment
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex 2.763 million[ah] October 29, 2001 Platform Traveller's Tales Universal Interactive Studios
Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies 2.64 million[54] September 13, 2001 Combat flight simulator Namco Namco
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2.61 million[ai] November 29, 2002 Fighting Dimps
The Simpsons: Hit & Run 2.57 million[aj] September 16, 2003 Radical Entertainment
Need for Speed: Most Wanted 2.53 million[ak] November 15, 2005 Racing Electronic Arts
Medal of Honor: Rising Sun 2.52 million[al] November 11, 2003 First-person shooter EA Los Angeles EA Games
Dynasty Warriors 4 2.515 million[am] February 27, 2003 Hack and slash Omega Force Koei
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers 2.51 million[an] October 21, 2002 Stormfront Studios EA Games
Lego Star Wars: The Video Game 2.5 million[ao] April 2, 2005 Action-adventure Traveller's Tales
Tekken Tag Tournament 2.467 million[ap] March 30, 2000 Fighting Namco
Sonic Unleashed 2.45 million November 18, 2008 Sonic Team Sega
Tony Hawk's Underground 2.42 million[aq] October 27, 2003 Sports Neversoft Activision
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 2.4 million[ar] October 28, 2001 Sports Neversoft Activision O2
Star Wars: Battlefront II 2.33 million[as] October 31, 2005 Pandemic Studios LucasArts
Madden NFL 2002 2.3 million[6][r] August 19, 2001 Sports
Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening 2.3 million[63][at] February 17, 2005 Capcom Capcom
Resident Evil 4 2.3 million[63] October 25, 2005 Capcom Production Studio 4 Capcom
Dynasty Warriors 3 2.295 million[au] September 20, 2001 Hack and slash Omega Force
The Simpsons: Road Rage 2.24 million[av] November 24, 2001 Vehicular combat Radical Entertainment Electronic Arts
SOCOM II U.S. Navy SEALs 2.171 million[aw] November 4, 2003 Tactical shooter Zipper Interactive Sony Computer Entertainment
Everybody's Golf 3[ax] 2.17 million[ay] July 26, 2001 Sports Clap Hanz Sony Computer Entertainment
Ratchet: Deadlocked 2.169 million[36] October 25, 2005 Platform Insomniac Games Sony Computer Entertainment
Devil May Cry 2.16 million[63][az] August 23, 2001 Capcom Production Studio 4 Capcom
Max Payne 2.128 million[ba] December 6, 2001 Third-person shooter Remedy Entertainment Rockstar Games
Need for Speed: Underground 2 2.106 million[bb] November 15, 2004 Racing EA Black Box Electronic Arts
Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny 2.1 million[63] March 7, 2002 Capcom Capcom
True Crime: Streets of LA 2.085 million[bc] November 4, 2003 Action-adventure Luxoflux Activision
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 2.084 million[bd] November 14, 2003 Fighting Dimps
007: Agent Under Fire 2.07 million[be] November 13, 2001 First-person shooter EA Redwood Shores EA Games
Onimusha: Warlords 2.02 million[63] January 25, 2001 Capcom Capcom
Pro Evolution Soccer 5[bf] 2.006 million[bg] August 4, 2005 Sports Konami Konami
Tekken 4 2.005 million[bh] March 28, 2002 Fighting Namco
ESPN NFL 2K5 2 million[6][r] July 20, 2004 Sports Visual Concepts Sega
WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2 million[49] November 2, 2004 Sports Yuke's
Star Wars: Battlefront 1.995 million[bi] September 20, 2004 EA DICE Electronic Arts
ATV Offroad Fury 1.99 million[6][r] February 5, 2001 Racing Rainbow Studios Sony Computer Entertainment
NBA Live 2005 1.98 million[bj] September 28, 2004 Sports EA Canada EA Sports
Midnight Club: Street Racing 1.976 million[bk] October 26, 2000 Racing Angel Studios Rockstar Games
Spider-Man 2 1.93 million[bl] June 28, 2004 Action-adventure Treyarch Activision
Madden NFL 08 1.9 million[44][r] August 14, 2007 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
Pro Evolution Soccer 6[bm] 1.889 million[bn] April 27, 2006 Sports Konami Konami
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 1.836 million[bo] November 16, 2004 Fighting Dimps
Dragon Quest V: Tenku no Hanayome 1.811 million[4] March 25, 2004 Role-playing Square Enix
James Bond 007: Nightfire 1.808 million[bp] November 18, 2002 First-person shooter Eurocom EA Games
Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War 1.802 million[54] October 21, 2004 Combat flight simulator Project Aces Namco
Namco Museum 1.8 million[6][r] December 4, 2001 Compilation Namco Namco
Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith 1.771 million[bq] May 4, 2005 Action The Collective LucasArts
ATV Offroad Fury 2 1.77 million[6][r] November 9, 2002 Racing Rainbow Studios
WWE SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth 1.743 million[br] October 31, 2002 Sports Yuke's
Sonic Mega Collection Plus 1.74 million[bs] November 2, 2004 Compilation Sonic Team Sega
Sonic Heroes 1.72 million[bt] December 30, 2003 Sonic Team USA Sega
Call of Duty: Finest Hour 1.714 million[bu] November 16, 2004 First-person shooter Spark Unlimited Activision
NBA Street 1.713 million[bv] June 18, 2001 Sports EA Sports BIG
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories 1.702 million[bw] June 6, 2006 Action-adventure Rockstar Games
Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance 1.7 million[6][r] November 16, 2002 Fighting Midway Games Midway Games
Devil May Cry 2 1.7 million[63][bx] January 25, 2003 Capcom Capcom
Yakuza 1.7 million[75][by] December 8, 2005 Action-adventure Sega NE R&D Sega
Enter the Matrix 1.616 million[bz] May 14, 2003 Shiny Entertainment Infogrames
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 1.61 million[6][r] October 1, 2002 Racing EA Black Box EA Games
Jak II 1.6 million[76] October 14, 2003 Naughty Dog Sony Computer Entertainment
NBA Street Vol. 2 1.6 million[6][r] April 28, 2003 Sports EA Canada EA Sports BIG
WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain 1.585 million[ca] October 27, 2003 Sports Yuke's
Gran Turismo Concept 1.56 million shipped[77][78][cb] January 1, 2002 Sim racing Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment
Guitar Hero 1.53 million[6][r] November 7, 2005 Harmonix RedOctane
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 1.53 million[cc] November 10, 2006 Sports Yuke's THQ
Onimusha 3: Demon Siege 1.52 million[63] February 26, 2004 Capcom Capcom
Samurai Warriors 1.509 million[cd] February 11, 2004 Hack and slash Omega Force
Virtua Fighter 4 1.5 million[79][ce] January 31, 2002 Fighting SEGA AM2 Sega
Tony Hawk's Underground 2 1.5 million[cf] October 4, 2004 Sports Neversoft Activision
Bully 1.5 million[81] October 17, 2006 Action-adventure Rockstar Vancouver Rockstar Games
NBA Live 2004 1.488 million[cg] October 14, 2003 Sports EA Canada Electronic Arts
WWF SmackDown! Just Bring It 1.486 million[ch] November 16, 2001 Sports Yuke's
Finding Nemo 1.46 million[ci] May 9, 2003 Action-adventure Traveller's Tales THQ
Resident Evil Outbreak 1.45 million[63] December 11, 2003 Survival horror Capcom Production Studio 1 Capcom
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses 1.446 million[cj] September 6, 2001 Card battle Konami Konami
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 1.43 million[ck] September 22, 2003 Sports EA Redwood Studios EA Sports
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 1.42 million[cl] October 23, 2002 Sports Neversoft Activision O2
The Sims 1.416 million[cm] January 14, 2003 Life simulation Edge of Reality EA Games
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin 1.412 million[cn] October 1, 2002 Stealth IO Interactive Eidos Interactive
Resident Evil Code: Veronica X 1.4 million[63] March 22, 2001 Survival horror Capcom Production Studio 4 Capcom
Gran Turismo 4 Prologue 1.4 million[8][co] December 4, 2003 Sim racing Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment
Bratz: Rock Angelz 1.4 million
[citation needed]
October 4, 2005 Adventure Blitz Games THQ
NCAA Football 06 1.39 million[6] July 11, 2005 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
Crazy Taxi 1.383 million[cp] May 14, 2001 Hitmaker Sega
Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy 1.38 million[cq] September 12, 2006 Action-adventure Traveller's Tales LucasArts
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 1.374 million[cr] November 5, 2003 EA Redwood Shores EA Games
Star Ocean: Till the End of Time 1.363 million[cs] August 31, 2004 Action role-playing tri-Ace
Burnout 3: Takedown 1.338 million[cu] September 7, 2004 Racing Criterion Games EA Games
Jak 3 1.33 million[cv] November 9, 2004 Naughty Dog Sony Computer Entertainment
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 1.329 million[cw] December 1, 2002 Tactical shooter Red Storm Entertainment Ubi Soft
NCAA Football 07 1.32 million[6] July 18, 2006 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
Madagascar 1.31 million
[citation needed]
May 23, 2005 Action-adventure Toys for Bob Activision
Soulcalibur II 1.31 million[cx] March 27, 2003 Fighting Project Soul Namco
Shrek 2 1.3 million[cy] April 28, 2004 Action-adventure Luxoflux Activision
Midnight Club II 1.28 million[cz] April 9, 2003 Racing Rockstar San Diego Rockstar Games
NCAA Football 2004 1.28 million[6] July 16, 2003 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
NBA Live 06 1.278 million[da] September 26, 2005 Sports EA Canada EA Sports
NFL Blitz Pro 1.27 million[6] October 28, 2003 Sports Midway Games Midway Games
Everybody's Golf 4[db] 1.25 million[dc] November 27, 2003 Sports Clap Hanz Sony Computer Entertainment
Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII 1.245 million[dd] January 26, 2006 Square Enix
Madden NFL 2001 1.236 million[de] October 26, 2000 Sports EA Tiburon
Scarface: The World Is Yours 1.22 million[df] October 8, 2006 Action-adventure Radical Entertainment Vivendi Games
Pac-Man World 2 1.21 million[6][r] February 24, 2002 Platform Namco Hometek
Dark Cloud 1.2 million shipped[25] December 14, 2000 Action role-playing Level-5 Sony Computer Entertainment
NBA Live 2003 1.191 million[dg] October 8, 2002 Sports EA Canada EA Sports
ESPN NBA 2K5 1.19 million[6][r] September 30, 2004 Sports Visual Concepts Sega
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 1.18 million[88][dh] October 5, 2006 Fighting Spike
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell 1.178 million[di] March 28, 2003 Stealth Ubi Soft Shanghai Ubi Soft
Scooby-Doo! Night of 100 Frights 1.17 million[dj] May 20, 2002 Platform Heavy Iron Studios THQ
Jissen Pachi-Slot Hisshoho! Hokuto no Ken 1.15 million[89][dk] May 27, 2004 Pachinko Un­known Un­known
MVP Baseball 2005 1.14 million[6][r] February 22, 2005 Sports EA Canada Electronic Arts
Twisted Metal: Black 1.12 million[6][r] June 18, 2001 Vehicular combat Incognito Entertainment Sony Computer Entertainment
Fight Night 2004 1.1 million[dl] April 5, 2004 Sports EA Sports
Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition 1.1 million[dm] April 11, 2005 Racing Rockstar San Diego Rockstar Games
DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution 1.09 million[6][r] September 23, 2003 Konami Konami
Spy Hunter 1.07 million[6][r] September 24, 2001 Vehicular combat Paradigm Entertainment Midway Games
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 2 1.063 million[dn] September 30, 2004 Fighting CyberConnect2
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 1.046 million[do] November 14, 2002 Action-adventure Eurocom EA Games
The Incredibles 1.04 million[dp] October 31, 2004 Action-adventure Heavy Iron Studios THQ
MVP Baseball 2004 1.02 million[6][r] March 9, 2004 Sports EA Canada EA Sports
Silent Hill 2 1 million[92] September 24, 2001 Survival horror Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo (Team Silent) Konami
Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht 1 million[93] February 28, 2002 Role-playing Monolith Soft Namco
NCAA Football 2003 1 million[6] July 20, 2002 Sports EA Tiburon EA Sports
Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus 1 million[94] September 23, 2002 Sucker Punch Productions Sony Computer Entertainment
Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s 1 million[95][dq] July 24, 2007 Harmonix Activision

Notes

  1. ^ Only the initial release date on this platform is listed.
  2. ^ Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 557,132[4]
    • United Kingdom – 1.75 million[5]
    • United States – 7.89 million[6]
  3. ^ Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec sales breakdown:
    • Asia – 1.9 million[7]
    • Europe – 5.85 million[7]
    • North America – 7.14 million[7]
  4. ^ Gran Turismo 4 sales breakdown:
    • Asia – 1.45 million[8]
    • Europe – 6.83 million[7]
    • North America – 3.47 million[7]
  5. ^ Grand Theft Auto: Vice City sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 601,445[4]
    • Germany – 200,000+[9]
    • United Kingdom – 1.25 million[10]
    • United States – 8.2 million[6]
  6. ^ Final Fantasy X sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 3,307,619[4]
    • Germany – 100,000+[12]
    • United Kingdom – 200,000+[13]
    • United States – 2.77 million[6]
  7. ^ Grand Theft Auto III sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 455,455[4]
    • Germany – 200,000+[9]
    • United Kingdom – 1 million+[14]
    • United States – 6.65 million[6]
  8. ^ Metal Gear Solid 2 sales breakdown:
    • Sons of Liberty5.64 million[15]
      • Japan – 1,336,843[4]
      • Europe – 1.57 million[16][17]
      • United States – 2.31 million[6]
    • Substance1.39 million[15]
  9. ^ Tekken 5 sales breakdown:
    • Europe – 4 million[18]
    • Japan – 357,064[4]
  10. ^ Final Fantasy XII sales breakdown:
    • Europe – 1.1 million[21]
    • Japan – 2,605,717[4]
    • United States – 1.7 million[6]
  11. ^ Including Final Mix and Ultimate Hits.
  12. ^ Kingdom Hearts sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 2,006,601[4]
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
    • United States – 3.45 million[6]
  13. ^ Final Fantasy X-2 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 2,608,756[4]
    • North America – 1.85 million[6]
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
  14. ^ Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King sales breakdown:
    • Europe – 410,000[26]
    • Japan – 3,705,170[4]
    • North America – 430,000[27]
  15. ^ Including Final Mix+ and Ultimate Hits.
  16. ^ Kingdom Hearts II sales breakdown:
    • Europe – 700,000[21]
    • Japan – 2,027,262[4]
    • United States – 2.03 million[6]
  17. ^ God of War sales breakdown:
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v Sales data only reported for the United States.
  19. ^ God of War II sales breakdown:
    • Asia – 113,280[28]
    • Latin and North America – 2,527,522[28]
    • PAL regions – 1,603,727[28]
  20. ^ Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater sales breakdown
    • Japan – 1,129,926[4]
    • United Kingdom – 200,000+[35]
    • United States – 1.42 million[6]
  21. ^ Need for Speed: Underground sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 94,108[37][38]
    • United Kingdom – 600,000[39]
    • United States – 3 million[6]
  22. ^ Medal of Honor: Frontline sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 152,966[40]
    • United Kingdom – 600,000[39]
    • United States – 2.8 million[6]
  23. ^ Guitar Hero II sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
    • United States – 3.31 million[6]
  24. ^ Known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 7 in Japan and World Soccer: Winning Eleven 7 International in North America.
  25. ^ Pro Evolution Soccer 3 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 1,687,375[41][4]
    • Europe – 1.55 million[41]
    • United States – 33,403[42]
  26. ^ Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock sales breakdown:
    • Canada – 82,000[43]
    • United Kingdom – 200,000[13]
    • United States – 2,951,700
      • With guitar – 2.72 million[44]
      • Without guitar – 231,700[45]
  27. ^ Known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 8 in Japan and World Soccer: Winning Eleven 8 International in North America.
  28. ^ Pro Evolution Soccer 4 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 1,632,918[4]
    • Europe – 1.5 million[46]
  29. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 500,000[48]
    • United Kingdom – 570,000[39]
    • United States – 1.01 million[6]
  30. ^ Known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 6 and World Soccer: Winning Eleven 2002 in Japan and World Soccer: Winning Eleven 6 International in North America.
  31. ^ Pro Evolution Soccer 2 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 1,799,075[4]
    • Europe – 1 million[50]
    • United States – 59,567[42]
  32. ^ Spider-Man sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 2.51 million[6]
  33. ^ SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 39,973[40]
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
    • United States – 2.65 million[6]
  34. ^ Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 212,541[53]
    • United Kingdom – 600,000[39]
    • United States – 1.95 million[6]
  35. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Budokai sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 570,000[48]
    • United States – 2.04 million[6]
  36. ^ The Simpsons: Hit & Run sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 1 million[55]
    • United States – 1.57 million[6]
  37. ^ Need for Speed: Most Wanted sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 114,611[56][57]
    • United Kingdom – 600,000[39]
    • United States – 1.82 million[6]
  38. ^ Medal of Honor: Rising Sun sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 118,054[58]
    • United Kingdom – 600,000[39]
    • United States – 1.81 million[6]
  39. ^ Dynasty Warriors 4 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 2,065,943[4]
    • United States – 448,587[42]
  40. ^ The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 73,997[40]
    • United Kingdom – 600,000[39]
    • United States – 1.84 million[6]
  41. ^ Lego Star Wars: The Video Game sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 20,068[59]
    • United Kingdom – 600,000[39]
    • United States – 1.88 million[6]
  42. ^ Tekken Tag Tournament sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 457,340[53]
    • Germany – 100,000+[12]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000+[35]
    • United States – 1.61 million[6]
  43. ^ Tony Hawk's Underground sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 16,620[60]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 2.11 million[6]
  44. ^ Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 2.1 million[61]
  45. ^ Star Wars: Battlefront II sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 27,419[62]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 2.01 million[6]
  46. ^ Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 798,601[4]
  47. ^ Dynasty Warriors 3 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 1,873,137[4]
    • United States – 422,175[42]
  48. ^ The Simpsons: Road Rage sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.94 million[6]
  49. ^ SOCOM II U.S. Navy SEALs sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 31,664[40]
    • United States – 2.14 million[6]
  50. ^ Known as Hot Shots Golf 3 in North America.
  51. ^ Everybody's Golf 3 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 1.23 million[64]
    • United States – 940,000[6]
  52. ^ Devil May Cry sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 646,865[4]
    • United Kingdom – 200,000[13]
    • United States – 1.29 million[6]
  53. ^ Max Payne sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 28,827[40]
    • United Kingdom – 200,000[13]
    • United States – 1.9 million[6]
  54. ^ Need for Speed: Underground 2 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 106,122[65][66]
    • United Kingdom – 600,000[39]
    • United States – 1.4 million[67]
  55. ^ True Crime: Streets of LA sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 25,695[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.76 million[6]
  56. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 584,183[4]
    • United States – 1.5 million[6]
  57. ^ 007: Agent Under Fire sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.77 million[6]
  58. ^ Known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 9 in North America and Japan.
  59. ^ Pro Evolution Soccer 5 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 1,206,483[4]
    • United Kingdom – 800,000+[68]
  60. ^ Tekken 4 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 345,092[53]
    • United Kingdom – 200,000[13]
    • United States – 1.46 million[6]
  61. ^ Star Wars: Battlefront sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 16,739[69]
    • United Kingdom – 200,000[13]
    • United States – 1.77 million[6]
  62. ^ NBA Live 2005 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 30,013[40]
    • United States – 1.95 million[6]
  63. ^ Midnight Club: Street Racing sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 6,027[40]
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
    • United States – 1.87 million[6]
  64. ^ Spider-Man 2 sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.63 million[6]
  65. ^ Known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 10 in Japan and Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 in North America.
  66. ^ Pro Evolution Soccer 6 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 1,289,073[4]
    • United Kingdom – 600,000[39]
  67. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 696,230[70][71]
    • United States – 1.14 million[6]
  68. ^ James Bond 007: Nightfire sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 108,795[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.4 million[6]
  69. ^ Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 61,221[72]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.41 million[6]
  70. ^ WWE SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 63,027[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.38 million[6]
  71. ^ Sonic Mega Collection Plus sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.44 million[6]
  72. ^ Sonic Heroes sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 48,899[73]
    • United Kingdom – 600,000[39]
    • United States – 1.08 million[6]
  73. ^ Call of Duty: Finest Hour sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 4,648[74]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.41 million[6]
  74. ^ NBA Street sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 13,416[40]
    • United States – 1.7 million[61]
  75. ^ Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 82,248[4]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.32 million[6]
  76. ^ Devil May Cry 2 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 456,824[4]
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
  77. ^ Yakuza sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 883,179[4]
  78. ^ Enter the Matrix sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 76,142[40]
    • United Kingdom – 200,000[13]
    • United States – 1.34 million[6]
  79. ^ WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 45,547[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.24 million[6]
  80. ^ Gran Turismo Concept sales breakdown:
    • Asia – 560,000[7]
    • Europe – 1 million[7]
  81. ^ WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.23 million[6]
  82. ^ Samurai Warriors sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 1.06 million[64]
    • United States – 449,759[42]
  83. ^ Virtua Fighter 4 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 541,973[53]
    • United States – 630,000[80]
  84. ^ Tony Hawk's Underground 2 sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 200,000[13]
    • United States – 1.3 million[6]
  85. ^ NBA Live 2004 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 28,487[40]
    • United States – 1.46 million[6]
  86. ^ WWF SmackDown! Just Bring It sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 76,393[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.11 million[6]
  87. ^ Finding Nemo sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 48,263[82]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.12 million[6]
  88. ^ Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 76,248[4]
    • United States and Europe – 1.11 million[15]
  89. ^ Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.13 million[6]
  90. ^ Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 200,000[13]
    • United States – 1.22 million[6]
  91. ^ The Sims sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 16,658[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.1 million[83]
  92. ^ Hitman 2: Silent Assassin sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 12,175[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.1 million[83]
  93. ^ Gran Turismo 4 Prologue sales breakdown:
    • Asia – 950,000[7]
    • Europe – 450,000[8]
  94. ^ Crazy Taxi sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 13,075[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.07 million[6]
  95. ^ Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.08 million[6]
  96. ^ The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 34,979[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1.04 million[6]
  97. ^ Star Ocean: Till the End of Time sales breakdown:
    • Europe – 90,000[84]
    • Japan – 533,373[53]
    • United States – 740,000[6]
  98. ^ Square Enix published the Director's Cut version of Star Ocean: Till the End of Time.
  99. ^ Burnout 3: Takedown sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 78,986[85][86]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 960,000[6]
  100. ^ Jak 3 sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
    • United States – 1.23 million[6]
  101. ^ Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 9,970[40]
    • United States – 1.32 million[6]
  102. ^ Soulcalibur II sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 144,948[42]
    • United Kingdom – 200,000[13]
    • United States – 970,000[6]
  103. ^ Shrek 2 sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 1 million[6]
  104. ^ Midnight Club II sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
    • United States – 1.18 million[6]
  105. ^ NBA Live 06 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 48,907[87]
    • United States – 1.23 million[6]
  106. ^ Known in the PAL region as Everybody's Golf and in North America as Hot Shots Golf Fore!
  107. ^ Everybody's Golf 4 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 1.1 million[64]
    • United States – 157,242[42]
  108. ^ Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII sales breakdown:
    • Europe – 270,000[21]
    • Japan – 514,857[4]
    • North America – 460,000[21]
  109. ^ Madden NFL 2001 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 26,711[40]
    • United States – 1.21 million[6]
  110. ^ Scarface: The World Is Yours sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 200,000[13]
    • United States – 1.02 million[6]
  111. ^ NBA Live 2003 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 11,909[40]
    • United States – 1.18 million[6]
  112. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 650,000[48]
  113. ^ Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 10,784[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 867,914[40]
  114. ^ Scooby-Doo! Night of 100 Frights sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
    • United States – 1.07 million[6]
  115. ^ Includes Jissen Pachi-Slot Hisshoho! Hokuto no Ken Plus.
  116. ^ Fight Night 2004 sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
    • United States – 1 million[6]
  117. ^ Midnight Club 3: Dub Edition sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 100,000[23]
    • United States – 1 million[6]
  118. ^ Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 2 sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 403,000[53]
    • North America and Western Europe – 660,000[90]
  119. ^ Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets sales breakdown:
    • Japan – 46,855[40]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 700,000[91]
  120. ^ The Incredibles sales breakdown:
    • United Kingdom – 300,000[35]
    • United States – 740,000[61]
  121. ^ Sales data only reported for North America and Western Europe.

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