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Original PlayStation with DualShock controller

This is a listing of video games for the original PlayStation video game panel that have sold or shipped at to the lowest degree one meg copies. The acknowledged game on the PlayStation is
Gran Turismo. A sim racing game adult by Polyphony Digital,
Gran Turismo
was originally released in Nippon on December 23, 1997, and went on to sell 10.85meg units worldwide.[one]
The 2nd-best-selling game on the console is
Final Fantasy Seven
(1997), which sold over xmillion units.[2]
[a]
The top five is rounded out by
Gran Turismo 2
(1999) selling nine.37one thousand thousand units,[1]
Concluding Fantasy VIII
(1999) with 8.6million units sold,[3]
and
Tekken three
(1998) with 8.3million units sold.[4]

There are a total of 117 PlayStation games on this list which are confirmed to have sold or shipped at least one million units. Of these, 41 were published in ane or more regions by Sony Figurer Entertainment. Other publishers with multiple million-selling games include Electronic Arts with thirteen games, Namco with ten games, Capcom with nine games, and Eidos Interactive with seven games. The developers with the most meg-selling games include Square with ten games, Namco with ix games, and Capcom, Konami, and Sony Computer Entertainment, with six games each in the list of 113. The most popular franchises on PlayStation include
Final Fantasy
(26.39 million
combined units),
Tomb Raider
(25.9million combined units),
Crash Bandicoot
(25.531000000 combined units),
Gran Turismo
(xx.22one thousand thousand combined units), and
Tekken
(16.62 million
combined units). The oldest game on this list is
Ridge Racer, commencement released on the platform on December 3, 1994, while the most recent is
Dancing Stage Political party Edition, released Nov 15, 2002, when the PlayStation 2 had been out for more than two years.

As of March 2007, a total of 962million copies of PlayStation software had been shipped worldwide.[5]

List

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Game Developer(s) Publisher(s) Release appointment[b] Sales Ref.
Gran Turismo Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment December 23, 1997 10,850,000 [1]
Final Fantasy VII Square
  • JP:
    Foursquare

  • WW:

    Sony Computer Amusement
January 31, 1997 ten,022,228 [a]
Gran Turismo 2 Polyphony Digital Sony Computer Entertainment December 11, 1999 ix,370,000 [1]
Concluding Fantasy VIII Foursquare
  • JP/PAL:
    Square
  • NA:
    Square Electronic Arts
February 11, 1999 eight,600,000 [iii]
Tekken 3 Namco
  • JP/NA:
    Namco
  • European union:
    Sony Computer Entertainment
March 26, 1998 8,300,000 [iv]
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’due south Stone Argonaut Games Electronic Arts November 15, 2001 8,000,000 [9]
Crash Bandicoot ii: Cortex Strikes Back Naughty Dog Sony Computer Amusement Nov 5, 1997 7,580,000 [10]
[c]
Crash Bandicoot: Warped Naughty Dog Sony Computer Amusement Oct 31, 1998 seven,130,000 [ten]
Tomb Raider Core Design Eidos Interactive October 25, 1996 7,100,000 [13]
Metallic Gear Solid Konami Computer Entertainment Japan Konami September 3, 1998 7,000,000 [14]
Crash Bandicoot Naughty Dog Sony Reckoner Entertainment September 9, 1996 half dozen,820,000 [ten]
Tomb Raider II Core Design
  • Eidos Interactive
  • Victor Interactive Software
October 31, 1997 6,800,000 [xiii]
Tomb Raider 3 Core Blueprint Eidos Interactive November xx, 1998 five,900,000 [13]
Resident Evil 2 Capcom
  • JP/NA:
    Capcom
  • PAL:
    Virgin Interactive
January 21, 1998 five,770,000[d] [eastward]
Tekken two Namco
  • JP/NA:
    Namco
  • EU:
    Sony Figurer Entertainment
March 29, 1996 5,700,000 [17]
Terminal Fantasy Ix Square
  • JP/PAL:
    Square
  • NA:
    Square Electronic Arts
July 7, 2000 v,500,000 [18]
Resident Evil Capcom
  • JP/NA:
    Capcom
  • PAL:
    Virgin Interactive
March 22, 1996 5,080,000[f] [fifteen]
Spyro the Dragon Insomniac Games Sony Estimator Amusement September 9, 1998 4,832,145 [19]
Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation Core Pattern Eidos Interactive Nov fifteen, 1999 4,700,000 [13]
Dragon Quest Vii Heartbeat Enix August 26, 2000 four,110,000 [twenty]
Rayman Ubisoft Montpellier Ubi Soft September one, 1995 iv,000,000 [21]
Crash Team Racing Naughty Domestic dog Sony Computer Entertainment October 19, 1999 iv,000,000 [10]
Oddworld: Abe’southward Oddysee Oddworld Inhabitants

  • WW:

    GT Interactive
  • JP:
    SoftBank
September xix, 1997 3,500,000 [22]
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Neversoft Activision August 31, 1999 3,500,000 [23]
Resident Evil iii: Nemesis Capcom
  • JP/NA:
    Capcom
  • PAL:
    Eidos Interactive
September 22, 1999 iii,500,000 [xv]
Spyro 2: Ripto’south Rage
  • Insomniac Games
  • Cerny Games
Sony Figurer Entertainment November two, 1999 iii,451,064 [19]
Frogger Millennium Interactive Hasbro Interactive September 30, 1997 3,370,000 [xi]
Spyro: Year of the Dragon Insomniac Games Sony Computer Entertainment Oct 24, 2000 3,283,077 [19]
Driver Reflections Interactive GT Interactive June 30, 1999 3,220,000 [11]
Tony Hawk’due south Pro Skater 2 Neversoft Activision September twenty, 2000 three,150,000 [xi]
[24]
Croc: Fable of the Gobbos Argonaut Software

  • WW:

    Fox Interactive
  • JP:
    MediaQuest
September 29, 1997 iii,000,000 [25]
Driver ii Reflections Interactive Infogrames November xiii, 2000 2,850,000 [11]
[24]
Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories Konami Computer Amusement Japan Konami December ix, 1999 2,510,804 [grand]
Dino Crisis Capcom Production Studio 4

  • WW:

    Capcom
  • PAL:
    Virgin Interactive
July 1, 1999 2,400,000 [15]
Namco Museum Vol. 3 Namco
  • Namco
  • Sony Estimator Amusement
June 21, 1996 2,388,758 [h]
Everybody’s Golf game
[i]
Camelot Software Planning Sony Computer Entertainment July 17, 1997 2,359,511 [j]
Final Fantasy Tactics Square
  • JP:
    Square
  • NA:
    Sony Estimator Entertainment
June xx, 1997 2,270,000 [20]
Air Combat Namco Namco June xxx, 1995 2,230,000 [29]
WWF War Zone Iguana West Acclamation Entertainment July fourteen, 1998 2,200,000 [11]
Tony Hawk’southward Pro Skater 3 Shaba Games Activision October 29, 2001 2,110,000 [11]
[30]
Mortal Kombat Trilogy Avalanche Software
  • NA:
    Midway Games
  • Eu:
    GT Interactive
  • JP:
    SoftBank
October 10, 1996 2,010,000 [11]
Derby Stallion ParityBit ASCII Corporation July 17, 1997 2,000,000 [12]
Silent Hill Konami Estimator Entertainment Tokyo (Team Silent) Konami January 31, 1999 two,000,000 [31]
Parasite Eve Square Foursquare March 29, 1998 1,940,000 [20]
WWF SmackDown! Yuke’south

  • WW:

    THQ
  • JP:
    Yuke’s
March ii, 2000 ane,935,759 [k]
WWF SmackDown! two: Know Your Role Yuke’s

  • WW:

    THQ
  • JP:
    Yuke’s
November 21, 2000 1,915,858 [l]
Crash Bash
  • Eurocom Developments
  • Cerny Games
Sony Computer Entertainment Nov half dozen, 2000 ane,900,000 [11]
[24]
Spider-Man Neversoft Activision August xxx, 2000 one,850,000 [xi]
[24]
Namco Museum Vol. 1 Namco
  • Namco
  • Sony Computer Amusement
November 22, 1995 ane,817,786 [thousand]
Tetris Plus Natsume

  • WW:

    Jaleco
  • EU:
    JVC Music Europe
September 6, 1996 1,770,000 [11]
Syphon Filter Eidetic
  • 989 Studios
  • Sony Computer Entertainment
February 17, 1999 ane,750,000 [11]
Twisted Metal 2
  • SingleTrac
  • Sony Interactive Studios America
Sony Reckoner Amusement October 31, 1996 1,740,000 [11]
Tekken Namco
  • JP/NA:
    Namco
  • EU:
    Sony Computer Entertainment
March 31, 1995 1,728,556 [due north]
[o]
007: Tomorrow Never Dies Black Ops Entertainment
  • Electronic Arts
  • MGM Interactive
November 16, 1999 1,720,000 [xi]
[24]
Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit EA Canada Electronic Arts March 25, 1998 ane,700,000 [xi]
PaRappa the Rapper NanaOn-Sha Sony Computer Amusement December half-dozen, 1996 i,684,398 [p]
Medal of Honor DreamWorks Interactive Electronic Arts Oct 31, 1999 1,640,000 [eleven]
[34]
Everybody’s Golf two
[q]
Clap Hanz Sony Computer Entertainment July 29, 1999 ane,598,482 [r]
Arc the Lad
  • Chiliad-Craft
  • Winds
Sony Computer Entertainment June 30, 1995 1,587,253 [27]
Madden NFL 99 EA Tiburon EA Sports July 31, 1998 one,500,000 [eleven]
A Issues’s Life Traveller’southward Tales Sony Computer Entertainment Nov 18, 1998 one,500,000 [11]
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver Crystal Dynamics Eidos Interactive August 16, 1999 1,500,000 [35]
Chrono Cross Foursquare Square November xviii, 1999 1,500,000 [20]
Madden NFL 2000 EA Tiburon EA Sports July 31, 1999 1,480,000 [11]
NFL GameDay 98 Sony Interactive Studios America Sony Reckoner Entertainment July 31, 1997 1,470,000 [xi]
Ridge Racer Namco Namco Dec 3, 1994 ane,468,507 [due south]
Rugrats: Search for Reptar north-Infinite THQ Oct 31, 1998 1,460,000 [11]
Yard Theft Auto 2 DMA Pattern Rockstar Games October 25, 1999 ane,450,000 [11]
[24]
Cool Boarders iii Idol Minds
  • 989 Studios
  • Sony Computer Entertainment
September 30, 1998 1,430,000 [11]
Syphon Filter two Eidetic
  • 989 Studios
  • Sony Computer Entertainment
March 14, 2000 1,420,000 [11]
Trip the light fantastic toe Trip the light fantastic Revolution Konami Konami April ten, 1999 1,405,048 [t]
Tomb Raider Chronicles Core Design Eidos Interactive November 17, 2000 ane,400,000 [xiii]
Need for Speed: High Stakes EA Canada Electronic Arts March 1, 1999 1,390,000 [11]
The Fable of Dragoon Japan Studio Sony Computer Entertainment Dec ii, 1999 1,315,240 [u]
Pac-Man Globe Namco Hometek

  • WW:

    Namco
  • Eu:
    Sony Calculator Entertainment
October 12, 1999 1,310,518 [v]
Jet Moto 2
  • SingleTrac
  • Sony Interactive Studios America
Sony Computer Amusement Oct 31, 1997 i,310,000 [xi]
WCW Nitro Inland Productions THQ January 31, 1998 1,300,000 [eleven]
Twisted Metal 3 989 Studios
  • 989 Studios
  • Sony Figurer Entertainment
October 31, 1998 1,290,000 [11]
Jet Moto
  • SingleTrac
  • Sony Interactive Studios America
Sony Computer Amusement October 31, 1996 1,270,000 [11]
Spec Ops: Stealth Patrol
  • Zombie Studios
  • Runecraft
  • Take-Two Interactive
  • TalonSoft
June five, 2000 ane,270,000 [11]
Madden NFL 98 Tiburon Entertainment EA Sports July 31, 1997 one,250,000 [eleven]
Dragon Quest IV Heartbeat Enix November 22, 2001 1,232,071 [27]
Tenchu: Stealth Assassins Acquire
  • JP:
    Sony Music Entertainment Nihon

  • WW:

    Activision
Feb 26, 1998 1,230,675 [w]
Battle Arena Toshinden Tamsoft
  • JP/NA:
    Takara
  • NA/Eu:
    Sony Computer Entertainment
Jan 1, 1995 1,229,575 [x]
SaGa Frontier Square
  • JP:
    Foursquare
  • NA:
    Sony Reckoner Entertainment
July 11, 1997 ane,213,124 [y]
Cool Boarders ii UEP Systems
  • JP:
    UEP Systems
  • NA/Eu:
    Sony Computer Entertainment
August 28, 1997 i,210,000 [xi]
Xenogears Square Foursquare Feb 11, 1998 1,209,479 [z]
Dino Crisis ii Capcom

  • WW:

    Capcom
  • European union:
    Virgin Interactive
September thirteen, 2000 one,200,000 [15]
Monopoly Gremlin Interactive Hasbro Interactive November half-dozen, 1997 1,190,000 [eleven]
Arc the Lad Two ARC Entertainment Sony Computer Entertainment November 11, 1996 1,183,995 [38]
Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon
  • Square
  • Digital Media Lab
Square December 22, 1997 i,165,796 [27]
Ace Combat iii: Electrosphere Namco Namco May 27, 1999 1,164,000 [29]
NASCAR 98 Stormfront Studios EA Sports November 17, 1997 1,160,000 [eleven]
NBA Alive 98 EA Canada EA Sports November 30, 1997 1,150,000 [11]
Devil Dice Shift
  • JP/EU:
    Sony Computer Entertainment
  • NA:
    THQ
June 18, 1998 1,140,609 [aa]
NASCAR 99 Stormfront Studios EA Sports September 28, 1998 1,140,000 [11]
Tales of Destiny Wolf Team Namco December 23, 1997 1,139,000 [40]
NFL GameDay 99 989 Studios
  • 989 Studios
  • Sony Estimator Entertainment
July 31, 1998 1,120,000 [xi]
I.Q.: Intelligent Qube
  • G-Artists
  • Sugar & Rockets
Sony Figurer Entertainment January 31, 1997 i,113,288 [ab]
beatmania Konami Konami October ane, 1998 1,100,000 [12]
Derby Stallion 99 ParityBit ASCII Corporation September 30, 1999 i,100,000 [12]
Star Ocean: The Second Story tri-Ace
  • JP:
    Enix
  • NA/European union:
    Sony Computer Amusement
July xxx, 1998 i,094,000 [41]
Ace Combat two Namco Namco May 30, 1997 1,092,000 [29]
2Xtreme Sony Interactive Studios America Sony Computer Entertainment Nov half dozen, 1996 i,090,000 [xi]
Parasite Eve 2 Square Square December xvi, 1999 1,090,000 [20]
Twisted Metal
  • SingleTrac
  • Sony Interactive Studios America
Sony Figurer Entertainment November 5, 1995 i,080,000 [11]
Exam Drive 5 Pitbull Syndicate Laurels September 30, 1998 1,080,000 [xi]
Twisted Metal 4 989 Studios Sony Computer Entertainment October 31, 1999 i,080,000 [11]
SpongeBob SquarePants: SuperSponge Climax Group THQ Nov 5, 2001 1,070,000 [xi]
R4: Ridge Racer Type four Namco
  • JP/NA:
    Namco
  • European union:
    Sony Estimator Entertainment
Dec iii, 1998 one,057,091 [ac]
Arc the Lad II
  • K-Arts and crafts
  • Winds
Sony Calculator Entertainment November 1, 1996 one,040,000 [12]
Densha de Go! Taito Taito December 18, 1997 1,040,000 [12]
Dance Trip the light fantastic toe Revolution 2d ReMix Konami Konami August 26, 1999 1,032,085 [27]
NFL GameDay Sony Interactive Studios America Sony Computer Entertainment November 1995 1,000,000 [42]
Monster Rancher Tecmo Tecmo July 24, 1997 1,000,000 [43]
Fighting Force Cadre Design Eidos Interactive October 31, 1997 1,000,000 [44]
Colin McRae Rally Codemasters Codemasters July 1998 one,000,000 [45]
Simple 1500 Series Vol. 1: The Mahjong
  • Conversation Noir
  • Success
D3 Publisher October 22, 1998 1,000,000 [12]
Street Fighter Blastoff iii Capcom Capcom December 23, 1998 1,000,000 [15]
WCW/nWo Thunder Inland Productions THQ Dec 31, 1998 1,000,000 [46]
NBA Alive 2000 EA Canada EA Sports October 31, 1999 i,000,000 [11]
Dancing Stage Party Edition Konami Konami Nov 15, 2002 1,000,000 [47]
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Notes

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  1. ^


    a




    b




    Final Fantasy 7
    (PlayStation)[2]

    • Worldwide sales as of 2005[update]
      – 9.81000000[vi]
    • Japan sales during 2006–2007 – 222,228
      • The All-time
        – 158,458 (in 2006)[7]
      • Ultimate Hits
        – 63,770 (during 2006–2007)[eight]


  2. ^

    Just the initial release engagement on this platform is listed.

  3. ^


    Crash Bandicoot two: Cortex Strikes Back:

    • United states –
      iii.87 million
      [11]
    • Nihon –
      1.three meg
      [12]


  4. ^

    Including
    Dual Shock Ver.

  5. ^


    Resident Evil two
    (PlayStation) sales breakdown:

    • Resident Evil 2
      – 4.96one thousand thousand[15]
    • Dual Shock Ver.
      – 810,000[16]


  6. ^

    Including
    Director’s Cut
    and
    Dual Shock Ver.

  7. ^


    Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories

    • United States and Europe –
      2 million
      [26]
    • Japan – 510,804[27]


  8. ^


    Namco Museum Vol. 3

    • United States –
      ii.24 million
      [11]
    • Japan – 148,758[27]


  9. ^

    Known as
    Hot Shots Golf game
    in North America.

  10. ^


    Everybody’due south Golf / Hot Shots Golf game

    • Nihon –
      2.13 million
      [12]
    • United States – 229,511[28]


  11. ^


    WWF SmackDown!

    • United States –
      ane.62 million
      [11]
    • Britain – 300,000+[24]
    • Japan – fifteen,759[27]


  12. ^


    WWF SmackDown 2:

    • United states of america –
      ane.57 1000000
      [11]
    • United Kingdom – 300,000+[24]
    • Japan – 45,858[27]


  13. ^


    Namco Museum Vol. ane

    • United States –
      ane.65 1000000
      [11]
    • Japan – 167,786[27]


  14. ^


    Tekken:

    • Japan – 942,000[32]
    • United States – 786,556[28]


  15. ^


    Tekken
    was the outset PlayStation game to sell over
    1 million
    units.[33]

  16. ^


    PaRappa the Rapper:

    • Japan –
      one.47 one thousand thousand
      [12]
    • United States – 214,398[28]


  17. ^

    Known as
    Hot Shots Golf 2
    in Northward America.

  18. ^


    Everybody’southward Golf ii / Hot Shots Golf game 2

    • Nihon –
      1.44 million
      [12]
    • United States – 158,482[28]


  19. ^


    Ridge Racer:

    • Nihon – 859,085[36]
    • Usa – 609,422 (arranged 60,958, separate 548,464)[28]


  20. ^


    Trip the light fantastic toe Trip the light fantastic Revolution:

    • Japan –
      ane.27 million
      [12]
    • United states of america – 135,048[28]


  21. ^


    The Legend of Dragoon:

    • United States – 960,000[eleven]
    • Japan – 355,240[27]


  22. ^


    Pac-Homo Globe

    • United States – 1,240,000[11]
    • Japan – 70,518[27]


  23. ^


    Tenchu: Stealth Assassins

    • United States – 730,675[28]
    • Japan – 500,000+[37]


  24. ^


    Boxing Arena Toshinden:

    • Nihon – 696,851[27]
    • United States – 532,724 (bundled 205,312, split up 327,412)[28]


  25. ^


    SaGa Frontier:

    • Japan – 1,095,226[27]
    • United states of america – 117,898[28]


  26. ^


    Xenogears
    sales breakdown:

    • Nihon – 929,479[27]
    • Overseas – 280,000[20]


  27. ^


    Devil Dice:

    • Japan –
      1.1 million
      [12]
    • United states of america – 40,609[39]


  28. ^


    I.Q.

    • Nippon –
      1.01 million
      [12]
    • United States – 103,288[39]


  29. ^


    R4: Ridge Racer Blazon iv

    • Japan – 759,527[27]
    • Us – 297,564[28]

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