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Japanese Hardware Sales Dec. 10 - 16

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  • Japanese Hardware Sales Dec. 10 - 16

    Originally posted by Joystiq.com
    As you may have already noticed (since you usually skip the aforementioned irrelevant drivel), the PSP enjoyed a stellar week, surging past the Wii with 184,610 units sold. Our friends at PSP Fanboy thought it somewhat mysterious, but we suspect the sales catalyst was the newly released "Deep Red" PSP and 1Seg TV tuner bundle. The sales increases enjoyed by other platforms can be tied to actual software -- the DS Lite, the Wii and the PlayStation 3 got helping hands from Mario Party DS, Wii Fit and Gran Turismo 5 Prologue respectively.

    There. How was that?

    - DS Lite: 222,132 53,877 (32.02%)
    - PSP: 184,610 93,129 (101.80%)
    - Wii: 170,558 55,501 (48.24%)
    - PS3: 63,720 25,597 (67.14%)
    - PS2: 18,025 6,038 (50.37%)
    - Xbox 360: 8,561 315 (3.55%)
    - GBA SP: 103 9 (9.57%)
    - Gamecube: 32 14 (30.43%)
    - Game Boy Micro: 28 8 (40.00%)
    - DS Phat: 12 -- 0 (0.00%)
    - GBA: 9 9 (N/A)
    http://www.joystiq.com/2007/12/21/ja...h-envy-editio/

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    Re: Japanese Hardware Sales Dec. 10 - 16

    only 9 GBA's were sold?!

    oh how the mighty have fallen =/

    still though, i loves my DS =]
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      Re: Japanese Hardware Sales Dec. 10 - 16

      Why would you buy a GBA at this point?

      Do they still even make them?

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        Re: Japanese Hardware Sales Dec. 10 - 16

        Originally posted by sir clinksalot View Post
        Why would you buy a GBA at this point?

        Do they still even make them?
        The GBA has been a powerhouse seller up until VERY recently. For a while it was outselling pretty much every other console that was Nintendo branded.

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