Analyst: DJ Hero sold 175,000 units in the US last month

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 12 November 2009 07:32 GMT

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Pacific Crest Securities analyst Evan Wilson has estimated that DJ Hero moved around 175,000 units in the US last month.

The title released with just five days to run in the latest NPD period, which counts from October 4 to October 31.

Wilson estimated overall sales would be down 20 percent compared to last year’s October.

The NPD releases tonight. Thanks, Gamespot.

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