Media Create has released an expanded listing of the best-selling games from Japan.
The Nintendo product line has put up a staggering performance on the Media Create software sales for the week. With Nintendo Wii entertainment system exclusive Dragon Quest X leading the way as far as sales are concerned. With Nintendo landing an astonishing 8 seats out of 10 in the top 10 highest sold experiences for the week. Business is looking fine and the Nintendo Elite fanbase seems to be gaming healthily. Very strong numbers for Dragon Quest X, and New Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Wii entertainment system respectively. This is a celebration worthy performance, and lets hope that we continue to see positive numbers on such a scale next week. Have a blessed day and happy gaming. Rated E For Everyone
My boy the General..I already know you will probably get quite a few dislikes just because people hate you(the truth hurts) but I'm going to go out on a limb and ask-"Why"? This guy only ever post positive things about Nintendo and I have a hard time beliving so many Big N fans would disagree with what you're saying...just makes me think the trolls of "the other guys" purposely click on Ninty related articles just to hate on you or Nintendo..either way it's shameless and classless as I never give a damn about most other non related Nintendo articles..but I better be careful as I may be labeled a "fanboy"(oh no)I like to click on Nintendo articles because that's what I like-If I'm a fanboy so be it-at least I NEVER go into the other guys territory and hate on them...
Why thank you good sir, and I am honored to know that you share the same enthusiasm for the Nintendo product line.
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Where do you find hardware sales?
No surprises here. Apparently the spike in wii sales is fully explained.
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