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Another slow summer month.

Compared to last year, July's NPD numbers are fairly static, with overall video game industry sales down just 1% from $850.6m to $846.5m. While software sales were down a sizable 8% with newcomer NCAA Football 11 bringing in the top two spots for a combined 667K units sold, hardware sales were up a hefty 12%, mostly on the back of the newly redesigned (and, ostensibly, fixed!) Xbox 360 S. Looks like there was "unprecedented demand," like Microsoft said.



360: 444K, down 9K (-2%)
DS: 398K, down 113K (-22%)
Wii: 254K, down 169K (-40%)
PS3: 215K, down 90K (-30%)
PSP: 84K, down 37K (-31%)

NCAA Football 11 – Xbox 360 – EA – 368K
NCAA Football 11 – PS3 – EA – 299K
Crackdown 2 – Xbox 360 – Microsoft – 209K
Super Mario Galaxy 2 – Wii – Nintendo – 193K
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 – DS – WBIE – 142K
Red Dead Redemption – Xbox 360 – Take-Two
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 – Wii – WBIE
Dragon Quest IX– DS – Nintendo
New Super Mario Bros. Wii – Wii – Nintendo
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – Xbox 360 – Activision
 
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