If the Japanese hardware sales chart is the first thing to pop into your mind (and search engine) on a beautiful Saturday morning, you may feel compelled to question the priorities in your life. You may even wrestle with the word "life" itself, perhaps bumping it down a notch to "existence" and appending adjectives like "sad" and/or "meaningless." We're here to eliminate those impulses though, reminding you that there's no shame in being completely obsessed with the video game purchases of a foreign culture.

After all, there's some loser who woke up on Saturday morning (thanks, Flying Alarm Clock!) just to pull that rubbish out of a custom spreadsheet and post it on a website.

- DS Lite: 168,255 43,664 (35.05%)
- Wii: 115,057 40,293 (53.89%)
- PSP: 91,481 16,855 (22.59%)
- PS3: 38,123 1,031 (2.78%)
- PS2: 11,987 1,716 (12.52%)
- Xbox 360: 8,876 2,244 (33.84%)
- GBA SP: 94 85 (944.44%)
- Gamecube: 46 14 (43.75%)
- Game Boy Micro: 20 -- 0 (0.00%)
- DS Phat: 12 24 (66.67%)
- GBA: 0 4 (100.00%)

[Source: Media Create]

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This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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