The PSN sales charts for December 2014 have been posted on both the US (North American) and EU PlayStation Blogs.

It definitely should’ve been expected, but Minecraft is still owner of the number one spot in both regions this holiday season – pushing all others back with its mighty digital bricks.

In other news, it seems like the month was sale-dominated – as we don’t see any newcomers (titles released during the month) in the charts. That doesn’t mean they aren’t selling games, just that the sales this December were enticing as hell!

Let’s take a look at the full charts;

North America

PSVita Top 10

  1. Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition
  2. Sword Art Online -Hollow Fragment-
  3. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
  4. Child of Light
  5. Terraria
  6. Don’t Starve: Giant Edition
  7. Hotline Miami
  8. Freedom Wars
  9. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
  10. Soul Sacrifice Delta

Europe

PSVita Top 20

  1. Minecraft (1)
  2. LittleBigPlanet PlayStation Vita (RE)
  3. FIFA 15 (7)
  4. Assassin’s Creed III Liberation (RE)
  5. The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy (RE)
  6. Tearaway (RE)
  7. Ys: Memories of Celceta (RE)
  8. Need for Speed Most Wanted (RE)
  9. Freedom Wars (4)
  10. Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment (14)
  11. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth (3)
  12. Terraria (RE)
  13. Metal Gear Solid HD Collection (RE)
  14. WipEout 2048 (RE)
  15. Child of Light (RE)
  16. The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season (20)
  17. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (12)
  18. Uncharted: Golden Abyss (RE)
  19. Ridge Racer (RE)
  20. Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition (RE)
  • Buckybuckster

    I wonder why Sony finds it important enough to update this info at their blogs, but not important enough to do the same at the NA Vita store. Can’t speak for the EU, but anyone here can tell you the top downloads list hasn’t been updated since Jan 2014 when OlliOlli made it onto the charts.

  • Nonscpo

    Hooray Dangan Ronpa is still selling well 😀

  • almozayaf

    I wish you start add the japaness store just to know what going on there