Ya know, I've thought about coming up with all sorts of creative ways to present you the hardware sales like our sister sites do, but there's really only so many ways you can creatively express the DS Lite's ass kicking of the PSP in Japan. But I'm going to give it a go this week.
So, in honor of the Joystiq family tradition, I'll bring you a creative hardware sales post this one time. If you've ever played Mad Libs, you'll know exactly what to do. If not, go outside and play in the street.
- DS Lite: 116,941 12,454 (11.92%)
- PS2: 22,380 2,347 (9.50%)
- PSP: 20,271 1,332 (6.17%)
- GBA SP: 2,421122 (5.31%)
- Game Boy Micro: 1,660 54 (3.15%)
- Xbox 360: 1,287 456 (26.16%)
- Gamecube: 638 15 (2.30%)
- DS Phat: 130 143 (52.38%)
- GBA: 37 25 (67.57%)
- Xbox: 6 3 (100.00%)
The [insert adjective] DS Lite [insert verb] the PSP's [insert noun] in this week's Japanese hardware sales. But even though the PSP is [insert verb] this week, the [insert noun] is definitely [insert adjective] for the our beloved handheld. Just wait until [insert upcoming PSP game] comes out. Yeah, then things will be different!
[Source: Media Create]
Japanese hardware sales, Oct. 16-22: Mad Lib edition
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