Enterbrain: 3DS hits 1 million sold in Japan

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 13 June 2011 07:29 GMT

Famitsu publisher Enterbrain’s reporting this morning that 3DS has finally hit 1 million units sold in Japan, nearly four months after it first released in the country.

Sales of the handheld started well, but has since seen it fallen behind PSP

In comparison to the 13 weeks it took for 3DS to reach the milestone to other DS SKUs, the original DS took a month. DS Lite and DSi took two months, while DSi XL took six months.

Thanks, Andriasang.

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