In software (see the chart after the break), unsurprisingly strong debuts took place for both games with Halo on the box and games with Mario on the box. In fact, strong is a bit of an understatement for ODST's 1.52 million units sold. It's not quite 3.3 million units, but for a presumably lower-cost spinoff using an existing engine, it'll do.
In a weird bit of cross-platform fickleness, The Beatles: Rock Band debuted in the top 10 for Xbox and Wii, but not PS3 -- while Batman: Arkham Asylum's PS3 version made a second appearance in the top 10 to the exclusion of the Xbox.
-DS: 524K29K (-5%)
-PS3: 492K282K (+134%)
-Wii: 463K186K (+67%)
-360: 353K138K (+64%)
-PSP: 190K50K (+36%)
-PS2: 146K40K (+38%)
Check out the software sales chart after the break.
- Halo 3: ODST - 360 - Microsoft - 1.52m
- Wii Sports Resort (w/ Wii Motion Plus) - Wii - Nintendo - 443K
- Madden NFL 10 - 360 - EA - 290K
- Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story - DS - Nintendo - 258K
- The Beatles: Rock Band - 360 - EA - 254K
- Madden NFL 10 - PS3 - EA - 247K
- Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 -360 - Activision - 236K
- Batman: Arkham Asylum - PS3 -Eidos - 213K
- Guitar Hero 5 - 360 - Activision - 211K
- The Beatles: Rock Band - Wii - EA - 209K
Nintendo Wii console
Microsoft Xbox 360
Sony PlayStation 3 (late 2012)
Microsoft Xbox One