Xbox's Redesign Takes Over July 2010 NPDs
The NPD numbers are in, and it looks like that Xbox 360 redesign is paying off for Microsoft. The console sold 443.5K units. That's well over the next system in line (the Nintendo DS) which sold 398.4K. While the next console, the Wii, sold 253.9K units, 189.6K less than Microsoft's system. The PS3 is again trailing behind at 214.5K, while the PSP sales are just depressing.
The top two software sellers for the month are NCAA Football 2011 for the 360 (ranked 1) and the PS3 (ranked 2), with Crackdown 2 and Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Harry Potter taking a piece of the pie.
Have a look at the numbers below:
1. 360 -- 443.5K 2. DS -- 398.4K 3. Wii -- 253.9K 4. PS3 -- 214.5K 5. PSP -- 84K
Software: 1. NCAA Football 2011 (360) 2. NCAA Football 2011 (PS3) 3. Crackdown 2 4. Super Mario Galaxy 2 5. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (DS) 6. Red Dead Redemption (360) 7. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (Wii) 8. Dragon Quest IX 9. New Super Mario Bros. Wii 10. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (360)
Compare to June 2011