WIRED Magazine is trying something different for this month's analysis of the NPD Group's videogame industry sales reports for the month of November. Rather than Chris Kohler just talk at you, contributors Susan Arendt and Earnest Cavalli are going to jump in for some back-and-forth.
November was a fascinating month overall. Not only does NPD call it the biggest November on record with $1.74 billion dollars spent on video games, it seems to be setting the stage for the biggest December on record next month.
Nintendo DS exploded with 1.5 million units sold, and with no supply constraints on Nintendo's little stylus handheld that could, the sky's the limit. Call of Duty 4 and Assassin's Creed did surprisingly well. There's no end of things to talk about.
Watch the results unfold after the jump: