On the portable front, Nintendo sold 510,800 DS units while Sony shipped 172,300 PSPs. While the PS3 is falling behind, the more than eight year old PS2 is still doing well, sales of this cheap console accounted for 101,200 units last month. Here's a snip about the Nintendo hardware and software:
Nintendo also continues to own the top ten list for software sales with older titles that refuse to die. Wii Fit sold 777,000 units, Wii Play sold 415,000 units, and Mario Kart sold 292,000 to hold the first three slots on the list, respectively. Guitar Hero World Tour for the Wii took the seventh place with 155,000 units sold, New Super Mario Bros. came in eighth place with 135,000 pieces sold, and Mario Kart DS came in ninth place with 132,000 units sold.
With the number one and two best-selling pieces of hardware, and six places on the top ten list, Nintendo won't be loosening its stranglehold on the industry any time soon.