DS hardware at 64.79 million worldwide LTD (compare with GBA at 80.72 million)
20.18 million in North/South America
21.66 million in Japan
22.94 million elsewhere
Wii hardware at 20.13 million worldwide LTD (compare with NGC at 21.72 million)
8.85 million in North/South America
4.99 million in Japan
6.30 million elsewhere
Originally Posted by NCL
During the nine-month period ended December 31, 2007, "Nintendo DS", our handheld gaming system, continued to enjoy robust sales worldwide, selling a total of 24.5 million units (64.79 million units life-to-date). DS software had favorable performance in sales as well, led by new titles of "The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass" and "Mario Party DS" as well as "Pokémon Diamond" and "Pokémon Pearl" and "Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day" which were launched overseas during this period. In addition, a number of long-term selling titles such as "Nintendogs" and "New Super Mario Bros." recorded strong sales.
In our console business, "Wii" hardware reached total sales of 14.29 million units worldwide for the first three quarters of the year and exceeded 20 million units in life-to-date sales, which is slightly over one year. "Wii" software titles, including "Wii Fit", which seeks to integrate health and entertainment under the theme of health, and newly-launched titles "Super Mario Galaxy" and "Mario Party 8" enjoyed robust sales. "Wii Sports" and "Wii Play" continued their strong sales performance as well.
As a result, net sales were 1,316.4 billion yen (up 84.7% y/y), operating income was 394 billion yen (up 135.1% y/y), income before income taxes and extraordinary items was 430.8 billion yen (up 95.2% y/y), and net income was 258.9 billion yen (up 96.3% y/y), respectively.