Wii U sold 425k units during US launch!

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3 years ago#1
Great start for the console!

Source:
http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2012-12-07-wii-u-sees-healthy-us-launch-numbers-in-line-with-wii
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3 years ago#2
YES, another tpoic about this!
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3 years ago#3
I only saw a troll topic which didn't really transmit the correct news.

edit: But I've clearly missed a few. Will lock.

edit2: Or maybe I won't... Can't remember how, or if it was possible. Anyway just don't post.
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3 years ago#4
"On November 28, 2006, Nintendo reported that it had sold over 600,000 consoles in the first eight days of launch in the Americas. "

"The Wii U sold 425,000 units during its US launch week, Nintendo has revealed. That's just 5000 less than the Wii recorded six years ago."

Sorry, what now? Someones dumb? Oh yeah, people using fake statistics to make it seem like it's doing better than it really is :O
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3 years ago#5
poor sony huh?
3 years ago#6
T3H_1337_N1NJ4 posted...
I only saw a troll topic which didn't really transmit the correct news.

edit: But I've clearly missed a few. Will lock.

edit2: Or maybe I won't... Can't remember how, or if it was possible. Anyway just don't post.


Click "message details" and then click the "Close Topic" button. But I believe you can only do that if you have high enough rank.
3 years ago#7
RyuuHou25 posted...
"On November 28, 2006, Nintendo reported that it had sold over 600,000 consoles in the first eight days of launch in the Americas. "

"The Wii U sold 425,000 units during its US launch week, Nintendo has revealed. That's just 5000 less than the Wii recorded six years ago."

Sorry, what now? Someones dumb? Oh yeah, people using fake statistics to make it seem like it's doing better than it really is :O


I guess you are the dumb one. <_<
The 600,000 is from the Americas (i.e. the continent) and the other number is just the US sales.
3 years ago#8
TediousMatt posted...
RyuuHou25 posted...
"On November 28, 2006, Nintendo reported that it had sold over 600,000 consoles in the first eight days of launch in the Americas. "

"The Wii U sold 425,000 units during its US launch week, Nintendo has revealed. That's just 5000 less than the Wii recorded six years ago."

Sorry, what now? Someones dumb? Oh yeah, people using fake statistics to make it seem like it's doing better than it really is :O


I guess you are the dumb one. <_<
The 600,000 is from the Americas (i.e. the continent) and the other number is just the US sales.


Yeah, hate to break this to you, things don't sell mass amounts in Canada to make some profound difference. And this is coming from a guy that lives in Canada. If something sells 425k in the US, it sells like 30-40k up here.

Besides, we generally get lumped together under "US Sales" because most of the world is ignorant of the fact that Canada even exists.

Also, there are other reports fudging these numbers

http://www.complex.com/tech/2012/11/wii-u-beats-original-wiis-first-week-sales-record

And besides, this one confirms what I said, as do most others

http://gamersyndrome.com/2012/video-games/how-do-wiiu-first-week-sales-compare-other-consoles/

The 425,000 is for NA, as is the 600k. It did not sell as well as the original Wii.
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