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Tuesday, 17 July 2007 17:12

Nintendo DS lite remains top seller

Written by David Stellmack

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Best selling game console in Japan


The Nintendo
DS Lite continues to be the best selling game console in Japan, with shipments of almost 140,000 units for the week ending 8 July 2007. Wii came in second with sales at about half that number.

The PSP and PS2 sales were much less, with Microsoft’s Xbox 360 sales trailing dramatically.

Hardware sales in Japan for the week ending 8 July 8 were as follows:

DS Lite- 139,271
Wii - 75,279
PSP - 32,946
PS2 - 14,120
PS3 - 12,691
Xbox 360 - 2,370
Game Boy Micro - 340
GBA SP - 261
GameCube - 174
DS - 15
GBA – 0

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