Not really. But that doesn't stop Nintendo from releasing Game Boy Advance hardware and software sales data.

No surprise that Game Boy hardware and software sales are tanking.

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Here's the raw data:

Hardware

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• Japan
Apr. - Dec. '07: 110,000 units
Apr. - Dec. '08: 60,000 units
Life-to-date: 16,950,000 units

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• The Americas
Apr. - Dec. '07: 550,000 units
Apr. - Dec. '08: (0) units
Life-to-date: 41,640,000 units

• Other
Apr. - Dec. '07: 600,000 units
Apr. - Dec. '08: 320,000 units
Life-to-date: 81,440,000 units

• Total
Apr. - Dec. '07: 1,260,000 units
Apr. - Dec. '08: 380,000 units
Life-to-date: 140,030,000 units

Software

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• Japan
Apr. - Dec. '07: 300,000 units
Apr. - Dec. '08: 220,000 units
Life-to-date: 72,940,000 units

• The Americas
Apr. - Dec. '07: 7,590,000 units
Apr. - Dec. '08: 350,000 units
Life-to-date: 217,240,000 units

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• Other
Apr. - Dec. '07: 1,700,000 units
Apr. - Dec. '08: 20,000 units
Life-to-date: 87,060,000 units

• Total
Apr. - Dec. '07: 9,590,000 units
Apr. - Dec. '08: 590,000 units
Life-to-date: 377,240,000 units