Japan's Media Create has released the numbers for hardware sales figures in the country for the dates of July 29 through July 5, 2009. Taking the cake, as usual, is Nintendo's DSi. Following at a kinda close second: Sony's PSP.
The handhelds are almost neck to neck now, with the DSi still ahead with 46, 855 units sold. You'd think they can't keep selling more, but that's wrong thinking apparently. The previous week, it sold "just" 39,885.
As for the PSP, it seems to be making some headway too, adding some 5,000 more units to its sold units last week, thereby landing at #2 with 32, 849 units this week. The DS Lite model now sits behind the PS3 with 7, 507.
The consoles, meanwhile, see the Wii running ahead of the PS3 and the Xbox360. The PS2's still hanging in there as well with 3, 734 purchased.
Here are the numbers from Media Create for this week:
- DSi - 46,855
- PSP - 32,849
- Wii - 24,971
- PS3 - 11,196
- DS Lite - 7,507
- Xbox 360 - 5,876
- PS2 - 3,734