EEDAR’s NPD estimates are quite similar to Michael Pachter’s

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 16 March 2009 13:39 GMT


EEDAR’s released its February NPD estimates, and they’re pretty much the same as Michael Pachter’s, released earlier today.

  • DS – 500,000
  • Wii – 725,000
  • PSP – 200,000
  • PS3 – 200,000
  • 360 – 300,000

Check Edge for the software estimates. The final figures release this Thursday.

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