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Nintendo DS already surpasses 9 million in Japan

Discussion in 'Nintendo DS' started by Joako01, Jul 3, 2006.

  1. Joako01

    Joako01 WiiChat Member

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    In addition Nintendo hopes to surpass 10 million this same summer.

    Nintendo has confirmed that its portable console Nintendo DS has surpassed the 9 million machines sold in the Japanese market, from the launching of Nintendogs in the second trimester of the last year, the console is sold almost every week. The company has said that it hopes to surpass the barrier of the 10 million consoles sold in the month of August (in Japan).

    Nintendo has alraedy sold more than 20 million portatil consoles (NDS) than Play Station (PSP) in all the world.
     
  2. ssbb_lover

    ssbb_lover Novocain Stain'd

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    Man, Japan sure is supporting that DS...but who wouldn't when you could play that adorable nintendogs:)mad: which I hate w/ a passion by the way:mad: )
     
  3. Jamma

    Jamma The Master ?!?!?!?!!?!?!?

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    has anyone got nsmb thats a awsome game
     
  4. pit18

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    Still to tink that in the 2 years its been out, 9 million poeple in japan are walking around with a nintendo ds in their hands.
     
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    dwaltin The Dominator :P

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    thats insane, the japanese are crazy :p
     
  6. pit18

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    Their so crazy, yet they could be the richest country ever.
     
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    And with the Wii there are going to be really more than with the DS
     
  8. Joako01

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    Yeah, but think, that is only Japan
    And now think how many DS Nintendo has already sold in all the world?

    I think like 35 million.
     
  9. pit18

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    That's not really alot though. If you think about how many countries there are, and the US and Japan alone probably hold about 15 million ds, theres only 20 million left to the whole world. Thats not saying much.
     
  10. -KB

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    the ds is a great system. the psp is a crap game system, but a decent audio/visual machiene.

    my advise, buy a ds for games, and an ipod video for a/v.
     
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    deity_link The one and only

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    It funny casue the DS owned the XBox sales in Japan
     
  12. -KB

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    basically if its not made in japan, they wont buy it.

    stuck-up arrogant %&$(#es...

    however, the only great xbox game was halo (and halo2)
     
  13. pit18

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    Hey now there were some decent xbox games. I just can't remember them as of right now. lol
     

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