Monday, July 24, 2006

BBC NEWS | Business | Nintendo profits on console craze

BBC NEWS Business Nintendo profits on console craze: "Top selling games during the quarter included Brain Training for Adults and New Super Mario Bros, the latter of which has topped US games charts for the past two months.
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Figures earlier this month showed that in 2005, Nintendo sold 2.6 million units of its handheld DS Lite and a further 1.3 million of the original DS.
Sony sold less than a million of its PlayStation portable.
Nintendo also made the best-selling game, Dr Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? "

On a related note, see Saving the World, One Video Game at a Time (NYT article).
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