According to Famitsu, PS3 has passed 4 million hardware sales in Japan, with life-to-date figures now standing at 4,020,563. Wii has also broken a major milestone, in addition, beating 9 million units at 9,048,012. PS3 launched on November 11, 2006 in Japan; Wii appeared on December 2 of the same year. Thanks, Kotaku.
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Assassin’s Creed II’s chances will not be hampered by the near-identical release date of Modern Warfare 2, creative director Patrice Desilets told VG247 at GamesCom, thanks to its difference in nature. Did you know the original Assassin’s Creed went head-to-head with Modern Warfare in 2007 and sold 9 million units? We didn’t. “The first game […]
Xbox Europe boss Chris Lewis has told MCV that Xbox 360 has now passed 9 million sales in Europe. “Our installed base is now well over nine million in Europe, where we enjoy about 27 per cent of the current share of the console market,” he said. “This calendar year, we’re the only console showing […]
Infinity Ward’s Rob Bowling has announced that CoD4 has now sold more than 9 million units globally. The news comes from last night’s NPD data, apparently. We really should play this at some point.