There are no January surprises to report when it comes to the latest numbers for consoles released by NPD group. The Wii wins the month with 466K units sold, while Nintendo's other piece of hardware, the DS, had its little white back with a solid performance of 422K sold. The Xbox 360 and the PS3 sold well, shifting 323K and 277K respectively as the PSP and PS2 rounded out the month with 101K and a meager 41.6K.
NPD: Game Industry Down 13% in January as Mario Beats Mass Effect 2 [Industry Gamers]
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