Media Create has published the latest software sales from Japan.
Down another 40K units this week. If it settles at 30K, the 3DS might be able to tough it out. Hopefully it doesn't drop below 20K. Who know's what Nintendo will do then.
Another price drop? Just kidding LOL
Vgchartz is grosely undertracking ps3 and psp ...each month ps3 picks up like 150,000 or more in sales from japan... To 360 0.00$ but the gap doesnt close -_-
Eh that's a nasty drop for 3DS. PS3's increase is alright but should've been better with MH3rdHD. PSP is still doing okay. Everything else below these three consoles are doing horrible in Japan.
Well MH3rd is a port so i wouldn't expect it to do that much. Tales of Xillia next week or week after should do more but i can never tell with Japan.
I guess the boost from the price drop for the 3DS is dying off already. I am pretty sure that once that new mario game comes out it will jump up again.
I hope people realize that even before the price drop the 3ds was number one in japan for 2.5 months straight. In japan no system will stay that high continuously anymore. The fact that its even been number 1 once during the first 6 months is an amazing feat at that
don't mind those disagrees from the loser patrol...lol. 3DS was #1 JUNE AND JULY.
And the last 2 weeks of may, and all of agust if this keeps up The ds was hardly ever number 1 for extended periods for those first 2 years @double..........in the next few weeks it should still outsell everything else like it was doing before the price drop. And remember. Games are rolling starting this month
There's a reason the 3ds is cheaper than the seven year old psp in Japan now. Here are the real numbers: http://www.neogaf.com/forum...
what's happenin to the Wii ? it is 1/3 the price of PS3
Wasn't expecting that drop from the wii. It wwas establishing itself at around 17k then now back to 11k. Next few weeks should be interesting for the 3DS.
Every week Stealth2k TRO//ING with his fantasies. 3DS has not been number one in Japan for 2.5 months straight nor for the last 6 months. Thats the true fact. Media Create hardware sales (1/6 – 6/6) JUNE PSP – 30,155 3DS – 27,357 Media Create hardware sales (6/6 – 6/12) June 15th, 2011 Posted in 3DS, DS, News, Posted by Valay. PSP – 26,681 3DS – 24,649 June 26th PSP – 29 168 3DS – 27 905 Media Create hardware sales (7/4 – 7/11) PSP – 26,373 3DS – 22,943 Media Create hardware sales (7/23 – 7/30) PSP – 36,659 PS3 – 20,704 Wii – 18,232 3DS – 16,415 Media Create hardware sales (8/1 – 8/7) PSP – 35,619 PS3 – 18,338 Wii – 17,004 DSi LL – 4,176 3DS – 4,132
couldn't agree more but maybe for the last 3 weeks only
3DS won both June and July in japan...it was top news on n4g. http://n4g.com/news/832609/...
The confusion is coming from the PSP being ranked #1 for the most individual weeks by far, but the 3DS having some sales bursts (usually following big game releases like Star Fox and Zelda) that propel its overall sales above that of the PSP. It's like a basketball game where the PSP scores more than the 3DS in the first, third, and 4th quarter but the 3DS got SO MANY points in that 2nd quarter that it still has more overall. PSP "won" more weeks this summer but the 3DS has shifted more units in total, thanks to its price drop in August, its Star Fox burst in July, and its Zelda burst in June. That's why people are confused.
Link to source or your just a whiny, lying sony fanboy.
Unless you're a complete idiot it's very easy to look up. I even linked to it above.
Those are all from Valay's posts on N4G. And Valay's posts are all copypastes from NeoGaf, which room414 linked to above.
wow. spinning around like the School Rumble theme song. Don't try to downplay 3DS lead by trying to spin the numbers to look bad. less trolling, more gaming. GAME ON!
Holiday seasons coming, wonder how effective the price drop was in america now.
Eh, I wouldn't worry about the 3DS too much. It's shaping up to have a great fall and winter, so we will see it sell soon.
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