Enterbrain, the company behind Japanese publisher Famitsu, has released hardware and software sales data for Japan during the first half of fiscal 2008. According to Famitsu, sales data was collected between March 31, 2008 and September 28, 2008. Both hardware and software sales are down when compared to the same term last year. What's more, the PSP was the biggest hardware seller during the first half of fiscal 2008, outselling the Nintendo DS and the Nintendo Wii. Hit the jump for the full hardware and software sales rundown.• Hardware: Nintendo DS (DS and DS Lite) First half of the year: 1,314,919 Total units sold: 23,484,680 PSP (PSP-1000 and PSP-2000) First half of the year: 1,583,731 Total units sold: 10,157,757 Wii First half of the year: 1,105,174 Total units sold: 6,800,753 PLAYSTATION 3 First half of the year: 352,457 Total units sold: 2,361,949 Xbox 360 First half of the year: 138,740 Total units sold: 741,298 •Software Mario Kart Wii First half of the year: 1,744,387 Total units sold: 1,744,387 Monster Hunter Portable 2ndG First half of the year: 1,602,386 Total units sold: 2,425,651 Pokémon Platinum First half of the year: 1,481,725 Total units sold: 1,481,725 Dragon Quest V First half of the year: 1,152,229 Total units sold: 1,152,229 Wii Fit First half of the year: 845,238 Total units sold: 2,607,431 エンターブレインが2008年度上半期ゲーム市場の速報データを発表——ハードの販売台数はPSPがトップ [Famitsu]
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