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Nintendo Hardware Sales As Of 9/30/12

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Nintendo Hardware Sales As Of 6/30/12

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Nintendo Hardware Sales As Of 3/31/12

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Nintendo Reports 48b Yen Net Loss For Nine Months Ending 12-31-11

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Nintendo posts 70b yen next loss for the 6 months ending September 2011

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Nintendo Reports 25b Yen Net Loss For Q1 Ended 6-31-11

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Nintendo Sales Data For Fiscal Year Ended 03/31/11, 3.61m 3DS Units Sold

Worldwide hardware sales year end 03/31/11

  • DS – 17.52 million units (146.42 million LTD)
  • 3DS – 3.61 million units
  • Wii – 15.08 million units (86.01 million LTD)

Worldwide software sales year end 03/31/11

  • DS – 120.98 million units (139 million-seller titles)
  • 3DS – 9.43 million units (2 million-seller titles)
  • Wii – 171.26 million units (103 million-seller titles)

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Nintendo Wii and DS 2010 Australia Sales Data

Sales data comes from GfK Retail and technology Australia

  • Nintendo DS sold 520k units in 2010 in Australia, LTD the system has sold over 3m
  • Wii was the highest selling home console at 420k units, LTD over 2m
  • Calendar year 2010 Nintendo hardware unit sales were up 58% for both Wii and DS
  • Including first and third party titles Nintendo software sales for Wii and DS accounted for 47% of the Australian market

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Nintendo DS and Wii Worldwide LTD Sales, 144m and 84m Respectively

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900k Nintendo DS handhelds and 600k Wii consoles sold in the US last week

Nintendo has been saying to expect a spike in sales this Holiday, and it looks like they were right. Press release below.

Value-Minded Shoppers Purchase 900,000 Nintendo DS and 600,000 Wii Systems

REDMOND, Wash., Nov. 29, 2010 – When confronted with a wide range of Black Friday retail options, U.S. holiday shoppers again turned to Nintendo. Nintendo sold 900,000 combined units in the Nintendo DS™ family of systems and 600,000 Wii™ consoles between Sunday, Nov. 21, and Saturday, Nov. 27, according to the company’s internal sales estimates.

“U.S. shoppers bought about 9,000 Nintendo hardware systems nonstop for every hour of every day during the week of Black Friday,” said Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime. “For the past several years, consumers have decided that Nintendo defined both top value and all-inclusive entertainment, and that sentiment continues again at the start of this shopping season.”

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