Nintendo 3DS continued to build momentum in 2013 and finished as the best-selling video game system in the U.S. for the third consecutive month.
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On the eve of the next Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced that their 3DS first-party software sales are doing rather well. In fact, they are up 52% in 2013. They believe sales will remain strong throughout the year, due to a strong lineup. Check out the official press release for more info.
Fueled by strong starts for Luigi’s Mansion™: Dark Moon and Pokémon™ Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, and the continued strength of Fire Emblem Awakening, Nintendo 3DS™ crossed 20 million total units of software sold at retail in the United States, according to the NPD Group.
Nintendo has just released its U.S. sales numbers for the first six weeks of the Wii U lifecycle, and it looks like they have almost sold 890,000 units…
The best-selling video game system in U.S. history reached another milestone in September: Lifetime sales of the Nintendo DS family of systems have surpassed 50 million units, according to the NPD Group, which tracks video game sales in the United States.
The November 2010 numbers are in, and Nintendo seems to be topping the charts yet again. Of the top 10 games, 7 are on a Nintendo console, and the Nintendo DS was the top selling console. TOP 10 GAMES: Call of Duty: Black Ops – 360, PS3,Wii, PC, DS – Activision Blizzard (8.4 million) Assassin’s […]
NINTENDO NEWS: NINTENDO SELLS MORE THAN 2.7 MILLION WII AND NINTENDO DS SYSTEMS IN NOVEMBER Dec. 9, 2010 Nintendo is still hot for the holidays. In November alone, eager holiday shoppers in the United States snapped up more than 2.7 million Wii™ and Nintendo DS™ systems. That equates to more than 1.2 million Wii systems […]
Well it looks like it was a rough month for consoles last month. With 4 of the 6 consoles going down in sales why should it not. I have written both may U.S. sales and april sales so you can compare. May: Wii: 289,500 Xbox 360: 175,000 Ds: 633,500 Ps3: 131,000 Ps2: 117,000 Psp- 100,400 […]
Circuit City announced many closings in 2008, but on Jan. 16, 2009 the company announced that after 60 years the entire chain is going out of business. This means Circuit City will no longer be a source for buying video games, though there is a good possibility of sales on games and gaming equipment — […]