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Submitted by Valay 492d ago | news

Wii U/Wii/3DS/DS million sellers – April 2013

Nintendo has provided new million sellers data for Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon and other titles. (3DS, Nintendo DS, Wii, Wii U)

mcstorm  +   492d ago
Some impressive number. People say Nintendo need so new IP's those numbers say different. How many exclusives on the PS3 or 360 have hit the numbers Mario Kark U has or even 3rd party games across both platforms.

Good to see a lot of people who have a WiiU now have bought MarioU. This shows that people want Nintendo exclusive games and I think once Mario KartU comes out we will start to see the sale of the WiiU pickup.
jcnba28  +   492d ago
Exactly. People who keep on saying the Nintendo need new IPs are only fooling themselves. Nintendo has more IPs than any other game developer. They don't need any new IPs when they keep on reinventing their existing ones with new locations, art styles, game mechanics etc.

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