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Wii and Nintendo DS set sales records

Mark Peters
CES report
Saturday 27th, December 2008
Posted by: Mark Peters

With more than 3.6 million combined systems sold in November, Wii and Nintendo DS set new hardware sales records, according to the independent NPD Group, which tracks video game sales in the United States. The Wii game console sold more than 2 million in November 2008, a new all-time record for a non-December month. The Nintendo DS game system sold more than 1.56 million in November, which is now the second-highest total for a non-December month in history. The Wii game console has sold 15.4 million in the United States since it launched in November 2006, and Nintendo DS has sold nearly 24.6 million in the United States since it launched in November 2004.

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