New Super Mario Bros. Sales Record

Famitsu.com has reported that New Super Mario Bros. has crossed the six million sales mark. Excactely 6,015,255 units from the December 26 data.

It's the most sold game for DS and has done this within four years and seven months after the release May 25, 2006. The Wii version of the game has just reached four million sales.

25 Kommentare:

Anonfourtwenty said...

Not too surprised...

thenitefalls said...

I'm not surprised because Super Mario is one of the best classic games ^_^.

Suciô Sanchez said...

That's a lot of carts.

Alixander said...

Amazing. 6 million. Also, you can read Japanese.

Theta^2 said...

Goes to show that Super Mario is still the most favorite game for adults and kids alike.!

Peacock said...

Mario the legend. Not surprising really..

Max said...

Mario will continue to save the princess, and make Nintendo money, for years to come.

mrecan said...

mario never gets old

Mister Sharaf said...

mario is classic game, but i must try this new one

A Hermit said...

That's a whole lot of sales for one game

stm said...

not bad for a plumber.

Mr Bouchard said...

I don't know about the DS version but the Wii one is amazing!

HSP said...

It prints money...

erics said...

keep up the good work nintendo!

ImmaFrog said...

it's a good game

Sinisa said...

nice...

Vapor said...

That is not a small number.

The Latest Movie Trailers said...

not suprising but really cool

HalfLifeWorld said...

Damn them!

invagrantly said...

the classic really, can't be surprised!

Laughing Vault said...

super mario rules :D

mrecan said...

i wonder how many mario games there are
im almost sure they sold more than total of all the other games

cooperlife said...

super mario can finally retire.

Mot Buchanan said...

I believe it. It's a great game.

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Tal Zahn said...

It was a pretty good DS game. The wii game I found superior thanks to being multiplayer though, but still!

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