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Friday, 12 September 2008 13:04

Nintendo tops U.S. sales once again

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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DS first, Wii second

 

NPD issued the latest results of gaming hardware device sales in the U.S., and the list is quite Nintendo-ish.

Once again, Nintendo DS leads the pack with 518,300 units sold, whereas the runner-up, Nintendo Wii, sold 453,000 units.

PSP sold 253,00 units and the close battle between PS3 and XboX 360 saw XboX 360 emerging as the winner with 195,200 units. PS3 sold 185,400 units and the venerable PS2 took the last place with 144,100.

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