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Nintendo says 76 Wii games sold more than 1 million units

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 25 Feb 2010 15:09 User comments (5)

Nintendo says 76 Wii games sold more than 1 million units Nintendo has announced that 76 titles for the Wii console have sold more than one million copies. The tally splits up into 54 third-party titles and 22 first-party titles. As for the DS handheld consoles, 108 titles have now sold more than 1 million copies, split into 63 third-party titles and 45 first-party titles.
Nintendo made the announcements at the company's Media Summit in San Francisco yesterday. It also announced that Super Mario Galaxy 2 will be released on May 23rd in the United States, and that the new Nintendo DSi XL handheld console will be released in the United States on March 28 in North America.

The DSi XL will launch with Brain Age Express: Arts & Letters, Brain Age Express: Math and Photo Clock, the DSi browser and Flipnote Studio applications.

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5 user comments

125.2.2010 17:09

Still not enough to get me to plug my Wii in.

225.2.2010 17:39

Originally posted by bam431:
Still not enough to get me to plug my Wii in.
Haha. It's not like anyone is saying "It's still not getting me to buy a Wii". Everyone already owns one, just no one plays em. At all.

325.2.2010 17:51

Ours is played on a daily basis.

There's something for everyone.

If you don't like yours, why did you buy it?

426.2.2010 6:02

Originally posted by dailun:


If you don't like yours, why did you buy it?
For when girls come over after the bar... lol

526.2.2010 12:14

Well, I hope that you remember to keep a cover on your Wiimote :-)

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 26 Feb 2010 @ 12:14

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