So from the press releases and the new info Wii took 9 of the top 20? And we already know they cover 7 of the remaining top 30 on either Wii/DS as well leaving only 3 more spots in the top 30 for the other consoles combined.
Also from Nintendos PR we can deduce that Shaun White did more than 150k for the month of December putting it at 250k+ LTD thusfar. I may be very late to the party here, but the software doesnt sell on Wii thing is so completely dead in the water. And if PS3 isnt careful it could quickly adopt that title. Also surprisingly although it probably shouldnt be, They started advertising CoD Wii in December and it did pick up, not bad at all.
Also more on Wii's supply constraints in December:
Research firm believes supply constraints held back US Wii sales in December to the tune of two million units.
EEDAR, a research firm specialising in the video game industry, has issued a post NPD statement explaining why its Wii projections for the month were so far off the mark - the firm had expected Wii sales for December in the US to come in at 3.2 million units, a million units more than the actual figure.
"First, it appears our projections for the Nintendo Wii in December missed the mark. Projections are always a complex task; one significant factor for the Wii in our December calculations was examining previous hardware trends," stated EEDAR. "These indicated that the Wii, particularly in lieu of the holiday season and historical December trends, would outperform its November number by a significant margin. Clearly, that did not actually turn out to be the case."
However, EEDAR believes Wii sales could have been doubled if supply hadn't been an issue.
"These Wii figures are not any indication that is demand slowing down," explained EEDAR. "The Nintendo Wii is going through supply just as quick as they have before and these numbers merely reflect the large disparity between supply and demand. We still believe the Nintendo Wii would have sold north of 4 million units have supply and demand been in equilibrium."
Even the analyst have a hard time forecasting for it.