Nintendo’s 3DS handheld has – as of this week – outsold Sony’s lifetime PS3 sales in Japn, according to chart score-keepers Media Create. Get the numbers below.
Nintendo Life reports that as of this week’s Media Create stats, Nintendo has shifted 8,799,378 3DS consoles since launch, after shifting 211,499 units last week.
Stacked against Sony’s 8,716,260 PS3 units sold in Japan since launch, and the country has a new champion console. Comparatively, newcomer PS Vita is failing to ignite significant sales in Japan, with only 11,039 unit sold last week, while Wii U racked up 308,142 units in its launch week.
What do you make of these figures? Does it say something about Sony’s place in its home market? Let us know below, and be sure to check out last week’s full Media Create hardware chart here:
- Nintendo Wii U – 308,142 (308,142)
- Nintendo 3DS – 211,499 (8,799,378)
- PlayStation 3 – 36,994 (8,716,260)
- PSP – 19,637 (19,488,236)
- PlayStation Vita – 11,039 (1,074,621)
- Nintendo Wii – 6,714 (12,608,700)
- Xbox 360 – 1,216 (1,608,399)
- PlayStation 2 – 904 (21,829,112)
- Nintendo DS – 424 (32,875,469)
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