Nintendo has released Wii and DSi sales figures for fiscal 2009. Let's have a gander at the breakdown by region.

As we posted yesterday, worldwide annual sales of the Nintendo Wii hovered close to 26 million units (25.95), and the total lifetime sales for the console have surpassed 50 million (50.39).

In first quarter 2009, that means 530,000 Wii were sold in Japan, 2.5 million units were sold in The Americas and 2.15 million units were sold in Other. The next quarter, 480,000 units were sold in Japan, 2.08 million units were sold in The Americas and 2.15 million units were sold in Other. Third quarter 2009 saw a big holiday spike with 890,000 Wii units sold in Japan, 5.22 million units sold in The Americas and 4.32 million units sold in Other. Sales bottomed out in Japan big time the following quarter with 160,000 Wii units sold in Japan. The Americans and Other saw 3.14 million units and 2.13 million units sold, respectively.

Global Nintendo DS system sales reached 31 million plus (31.18), bringing the lifetime total to over 100 million units (101.78).

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In first quarter 2009, 580,000 DS units were sold in Japan, 2.71 million units were sold in The Americas and 3.65 million units were sold in Other. The following quarter saw 740,000 units sold in Japan, 2.53 million units sold in The Americas and 3.52 million units sold in Other. Just as wit the Wii, the holiday third quarter saw increased sales and the DSi release in The Land of the Rising Sun: 1.96 million DS units sold in Japan, 4.3 million units sold in The Americas and 5.63 million units in Other. In the fourth quarter, 720,000 units were sold in Japan, 2.52 million were sold in The Americas and 2.31 million were sold in Other.