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November NPD Sales Figures Posted on NEOGAF

http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=345152




Playstation 2 206k
Playstation 3 378k
PSP 421k
Xbox 360 836k
Wii 2.04M
DS 1.57M

GEARS OF WAR 2* (360) 1.56 million
CALL OF DUTY: WORLD AT WAR* (360) 1.41 million
WII PLAY W/ REMOTE (WII) 796K
WII FIT (WII) 697K
MARIO KART (WII) 637K
CALL OF DUTY: WORLD AT WAR (PS3) 597K
GUITAR HERO WORLD TOUR* (WII) 475K
LEFT 4 DEAD (360) 410K
RESISTANCE 2* (PS3) 385K
WII MUSIC (WII) 297K

Top 20:



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Hardware LTD's:
PS2: 42.948.000
NDS: 24.463.000
WII: 15.391.000
PSP: 13.227.000
360: 12.449.000
PS3: 6.062.000

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Some other figures were posted on NEOGAF today:
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=13992167&postcount=3001

These include sales data on games that weren't listed in the top 20 of the November 2008 NPD Sales Figures.

November 08:

360 FABLE II: ~185K
PS3 LITTLE BIG PLANET: ~140K
PS3 VALKYRIA CHRONICLES: ~35K

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Rough LTDs:

WII MARIO KART WII: ~4.0 million
WII WII FIT W/BALANCE BOARD NINTENDO OF AMERICA: ~3.5 million
WII WII MUSIC: ~380K

360 FABLE II: ~975K
PS3 LITTLE BIG PLANET: ~355K

WII PLAY W/REMOTE - 22 months in the top 10 and counting:

February 07 - 371K
March 07 - 273K
April 07 - 249K
May 07 - 227K
June 07 - 293K
July 07 - 278K
August 07 - 257K
September 07 - 282K
October 07 - 240K
November 07 - 564K
December 07 - 1.1 million
January 08 - 298K
February 08 - 290K
March 08 - 410K
April 08 - 360K
May 08 - 295K
June 08 - 295K
July 08 - 285K
August 08 - 200K
September 08 - 245K
October 08 - 280K
November 08 - 795K

LTD: ~7.93 million

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