PSP passes 15 million sales in Japan

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 15 September 2010 07:04 GMT

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Famitsu said this morning that PSP has now sold more than 15 million consoles in its home territory.

The Enterbrain figures show all PSP SKUs beat the milestone between December 12, 2004 and September 12, 2010.

Global PSP sales stand at 48.6 million, as of the release of Sony’s first quarter figures in July.

Global PSP software sales now stand at 214.1 million units.

PSP has tussled hard with DS in Japan this year, the two neck and neck at yearly totals of 1,421,678 and 1,597,712 respectively, according to Media Create.

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