Welcome to QSF5's U.S. NPD Sales Watch 2008 feature. Using numbers provided by the NPD Group, this feature will provide a quick glance of the U.S. videogame hardware situation throughout the 2008 year
The NPD Group, Inc. (formerly National Purchase Diary) is a leading global market research company providing consumer and retail information to manufacturers and retailers. Using actual sales data from retailers and distributors as well as consumer-reported purchasing behavior, NPD offers consumer panel and retail sales tracking services, special reports, modeling and analytics, and custom research.
Which company moved the most hardware? Is the PS3 gaining ground in the U.S.? How many months did Nintendo top the charts?
These and many other simple questions regarding videogame hardware units sold in the U.S. will be answered via easy to read charts. No long winded writeups, just cut to the chase concise observations and charts for your viewing pleasure.
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it's amazing how nintendo gets like 51% of all sales but comparing the xbox to the ps3, the xbox looks like a bug, but they shoud've have counted the ps2 unless if they put in the original xbox, i'm pretty sure some ppl still buy that crap.