In both NA and EU. And deserved.

We rather liked Drinkbox Studio’s Guacamelee when we reviewed it – so much so that nearly all of us here bought it! But it also seems that you all liked it too, with it taking the top spot in the April PSN harts on both sides of the Atlantic.

In the NA charts, Soul Sacrifice smashed into second place from only a days worth of sales, which is no mean feat. Dragon Fantasy Book 1, Atelier Totori and Urban Trials Freestyle make up the rest of the top 5.

North American PSN Vita Charts

  1. Guacamelee!
  2. Soul Sacrifice
  3. Dragon Fantasy Book I PS Vita
  4. Atelier Totori Plus: The Adventurer of Arland
  5. Urban Trial Freestyle
  6. Machinarium
  7. Thomas Was Alone
  8. Nun Attack
  9. Mortal Kombat PS Vita
  10. Persona 4 Golden

On the European side Urban Trials dropped from the top, with Sound Shapes making a re-entry in third, Sly Cooper in fourth and Soul Sacrifice in fifth – it went on sale in France on the 30th.

European PSN Vita Charts

  1. Guacamelee! (New)
  2. Urban Trial Freestyle (1)
  3. Sound Shapes (RE)
  4. Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (6)
  5. Soul Sacrifice (New)
  6. Table Mini Golf (New)
  7. Ragnarok Odyssey (2)
  8. Doodle God (10)
  9. Draw Slasher (New)
  10. Persona 4 Golden (3)

What have you bought over the last month?

  • I thought this was DLC.

  • Buckybuckster

    Well deserved!

  • Toploader

    Guacamelee looks amazing, but an almost guaranteed PS+ title, I’ll wait on that one as I have a bit of a back log. Mind you some times when I love a title enough I’ll feel so bad for getting it as part of PS+ I’ll end up donating, exactly what I did for Velocity ultra.

    Then again, cross controller makes a mighty tempting impulse buy… damn my Vita likes to suck my money out of me.

    • JonofPDX

      I’m in the same situation–will wait to see if it come up on PS+ until I’ve cleared out my backlog (Read: finished P4G and played some BlazBlue). After that, I doubt I’ll be able to wait–this and Thomas Was Alone will hit my Vita before my debit card knows what hit it.