Due to the holiday week in Japan, the sales numbers were a little slow, but now they're here ... and so, without further ado, we present the following commercial script.

[AUDIO ]
It's called the DS, or the handheld system that dared to put two screens of uncensored, hardcore action into the hands of gamers.

[VIDEO]
EXTREME CLOSE-UP ON BOTTOM SCREEN. PULL BACK TO SHOW ENTIRE DS.]

[AUDIO]
Iwata and Miyamoto are back, only this time, they're back to back with dual screens that will tear you in two.

[VIDEO]
CUT TO CARTOON MIYAMOTO AND IWATA PORTRAIT.

[AUDIO]
Don't miss out on these two no-holds-barred screens: one full-size screen on the top, and on the bottom, a smooth-as-silk number you'll be dying to touch. Available only-

[VIDEO]
QUICK SCENE MONTAGE. INCLUDE SHOTS FROM STYLUS TRAILER.

[AUDIO]
-on the Nintendo DS and DS Lite.

Unfortunately for movie fans everywhere, Grindhouse achieved a success more on the level of these guys, after Micro$oft spent similar amounts of money on production and promotion. Ouch.

- DS Lite: 255,971 83,612 (32.67%)
- Wii: 102,522 24,609 (24.01%)
- PSP: 33,860 4,401 (13.00%)
- PS3: 12,791 1,791 (13.99%)
- PS2: 12,584 1,186 (9.43%)
- Xbox 360: 3,162 855 (20.04%)
- Game Boy Micro: 630 181 (28.74%)
- GBA SP: 495 365 (42.45%)
- Gamecube: 266 99 (37.22%)
- DS Phat: 92 11 (11.96%)
- GBA: 0 55 (100.00%)

[Source: Media Create]

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