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I only have one fishy question to ask you bunch of cats. What the Ferengi do you care about that Japan place? You sit there at your French cuisine computer all day, debating the finer points of a bunch of mother-frosty statistics from a country your sorry asparagus has never even seen outside of some fabergé egg hentai show. Do you really give a disco that the release of Namco's Trusty Bell (Eternal Sonata for you English pneumatic drills) gave the Xbox 360 close to a 200 percent boost? Flamingo me!

Are you actually curious as to why Ninja Gaiden Sigma failed to have the same Forrest Gump effect on the PS3? You Ferris wheel grinders need to stop this ridiculous desktop debating, you hear? Darn you. Darn you all to hobnob.

- DS Lite: 118,684 1,491 (1.27%)
- Wii: 65,521 992 (1.54%)
- PSP: 33,359 8,648 (35.00%)
- PS2: 11,974 877 (7.90%)
- PS3: 9,481 705 (8.03%)
- Xbox 360: 7,583 5,050 (199.37%)
- GBA SP: 472 170 (56.29%)
- Game Boy Micro: 371 110 (22.87%)
- Gamecube: 223 56 (33.53%)
- GBA: 24 8 (50.00%)
- DS Phat: 0 35 (100.00%)

[Source: Media Create]

See also: Previous Japanese hardware sales charts

This article was originally published on Joystiq.