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PSP nears nine million sales mark in Japan

Tops charts again, too

Product: PSP news | Manufacturer: Sony Computer Entertainment Europe
 
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PSP has outsold the competition once again in Japan for the week ending April 13th, according to the latest data from Media Create.

Which is becoming such a regular occurrence we're going to be quite disappointed when Nintendo releases a new Pokémon game or fancy coloured console and knocks Sony's baby back into second or third position. But for now, PSP owners can sleep easy in the knowledge their numbers are growing – and they grew by precisely 85,721 last week.

In comparison, the DS sold 47,158 units during the same period, just ahead of Nintendo's Wii, which sold 46,296.

All these PSPs that have been sold over the past month or so have put sales very close to the nine million mark in Japan, and the console is expected to top that figure by the time this week's sales figures are released in seven days' time.

So have a little drink tonight in order to celebrate, eh? Never mind if you were going to anyway – just pretend.
 

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Kath Brice 18 April 2008
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