Just for those of you keeping score, the Wii dominated hardware sales in January, did pretty well in that same month with software sales, then performed a repeat performance in February. Nintendo has gotten themselves a hat trick now, as they dominated the competition for a third month in a row with both the DS and Wii. GameDaily.BIZ has the skinny on exact figures from the month, which we've gone ahead and posted past the break.

[Via press release]

Hardware sales were:
  • Nintendo DS: 508K
  • Sony PlayStation 2: 280K
  • Nintendo Wii: 259K (2.1 million total)
  • Microsoft Xbox 360: 199K (5.3 million total)
  • Sony PSP: 180k
  • Nintendo Game Boy Advance: 148K
  • Sony PlayStation 3: 130K (1.2 million total)
  • Nintendo Gamecube: 22K
  • Microsoft Xbox: N/A

Software sales were:
  • God of War II (PS2): 833K
  • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2 (Xbox 360): 394K
  • Guitar Hero II w/guitar (Xbox 360):291K
  • Wii Play w/remote (Wii): 273K
  • Motorstorm (PS3): 199K
  • Diddy Kong Racing (DS): 189K
  • Spectrobes (DS): 165K
  • Major League Baseball 2K7 (Xbox 360): 165K
  • MLB '07: The Show (PS2): 164K
  • Def Jam Icon (Xbox 360): 148K

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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