Sales of Xbox 360 hardware were up an amazing 42 per cent year-on-year in the US in December, paving the way the console’s most successful ever month in the territory.
Xbox 360 was the only machine to increase sales year-on-year.
The LA Times reckons that Wii console sales reached 2.36m units, which would be a decrease of 38 per cent, and that PS3 sold 1.2m machines – an 11 per cent annual downturn.
The DS was the real champ, though. Total sales of the handheld hit 2.5m units throughout the month.
Though 24 per cent down year-on-year, it still brings total 2010 sales to 8.5m machines and lifetimes US sales to 47m units – officially beating former record holder PS2.