Super Smash Brothers Brawl saw its debut in the Americas Chart this week. Nintendo announced the title was the fastest selling Nintendo title ever in the USA, sales for all of the Americas show the title at near 1.6 million in one week. For reference, sales of this level put the Super Smash Brothers Brawl opening week sales at a 5:2 ratio compared to launch week sales of Super Mario Galaxy last November. Aside from the launch of Nintendo's fastest selling game ever, things were relatively quiet. Hardware sales were down slightly for all non-Nintendo platforms compared to the previous week. Despite an obvious boost from Brawl, DS, not Wii was the top selling platform this week. Considering Nintendo dried up Wii supply late last March after knowing it would meet its financial shipment goals, it is likely that Nintendo will in fact once again meet its shipment goal if it 'only' sold 127,000 Wii's this week. Microsoft seems to be facing similar issues of how to allocate units. Though the Xbox 360 outsold the PS3 this week by about 10% in the Americas, Microsoft is likely making sure it has enough supply for the recent uptake in European demand due to the Xbox 360 price cut. An American company taking advantage of the weak dollar by exporting more products overseas can't hurt either. The fact that Xbox 360 is going to be the cheapest console to offer GTAIV - theoretically putting it in more demand than PS3 - has to weigh in somewhere as well. Sony is still doing good business though. The company sold over 200,000 hardware units in the Americas if you add the sales of PSP, PS2, and PS3 together for this week.