The Nintendo DS, Sony PSP and PlayStation saw big gains in hardware sale over last month. Industry sales for June were worth $1.69 billion, compared with $1.1 billion last month. Our sneaking suspicion is that Metal Gear Solid 4, which netted 774,600 in its debut month, helped the PS3 in its success. Elsewhere, the Wii's numerical conclusion revealed its devilish, money-printing source of income.

- DS: 783K 330.4K (+73%)
- Wii: 666.7K 8.4K (-1.26%)
- PS3: 405K 196.3K (+94.06%)
- PSP: 337K 144.3K (+74.9%)
- X360: 220K 33.4K (+17.9%)
- PS2: 188K 55.3K (+41.7%)

You'll find the top ten in software sales after the break.

June Software

  1. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots - PS3 – 774.6K
  2. Guitar Hero On Tour – DS – 422.3K
  3. Ninja Gaiden II – 360 – 372.7K
  4. Wii Fit (w/ balance board) – Wii – 372.7K
  5. Wii Play (w/ remote) – Wii – 359.1K
  6. Battlefield: Bad Company - 360 – 346.8K
  7. Mario Kart Wii (w/ Wii wheel) - Wii – 322.4K
  8. Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventure - Wii – 294.5K
  9. Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventure - DS – 267.8K
  10. Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventure - PS2 – 260.3K

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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