Friday, December 14th 2007

Nintendo Tops November Console Sales

Nintendo managed the most successful sales figures in the USA for November, a month which saw console sales rocket thanks to Black Friday and the holiday season. Top of the pile was the Nintendo DS, which shipped 1.53 million units, followed by the Wii on 981,000 units. Microsoft’s Xbox 360 came a reasonably close third, selling 770,000 units. Meanwhile Sony’s three consoles came last despite improved sales, with 567,000 PSPs, 496,000 PS2 consoles and 466,000 PS3s being sold.Source: DailyTech
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4 Comments on Nintendo Tops November Console Sales

#1
snuif09
you can learn from the history Cause PS3 is like the 3do(i think no one nows it)i have an 3do
for its time it had awesome 3d graphics(1993) and was a multimedia centre and it used cd-rom
but it costed like 500 euros (in that time 800 "gulden") PS3 is also new and has good graphics
and it uses blu-ray and HDMI but it also costs a 500 euros 3do wasnt being selled enough so
panasonic stopped it and i think thats also the end of the PS3(srry easy rhino i played again
on the ps3 and youre right its better than 3060)
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#2
jydie
I can't believe how long the PS2 has been around... and new PS2 systems are still selling fairly well. Just goes to show that not everybody has to have the newest technology... as long as new games are still being released for a system, then it will contrinue to thrive.
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effmaster
by: jydie
I can't believe how long the PS2 has been around... and new PS2 systems are still selling fairly well. Just goes to show that not everybody has to have the newest technology... as long as new games are still being released for a system, then it will contrinue to thrive.
But how mucgh longer will the PS2 be around cant be much more than a year at most.

Also Wow the 360 had nearly twice as many console sales as the PS3 despite the PS3 having a $399 price tag, does that say anything to you people who still think the PS3 will eventually make it out to the top above the 360 in sales? I still can't see it happening at all.:laugh:
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hacker111
Not surprised...yet again owning the competition.
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