So safe to say Nintendo wins at handhelds.
During November, sales for the Nintendo 3DS family surpassed 10 million units.
With the releases of Super Mario 3D World and The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Nintendo saw a 100 percent increase from October in sales for Nintendo hardware. Estimates say this was about 770,000 units for the 3DS and related systems, which boosted lifetime total sales to nearly 10.5 million.
There were several other good milestones for Nintendo’s November sales. Pokémon X and Y sold another 225,000 physical and digital copies in its second month, bringing sales to more than 2.35 million total. In its first month, A Link Between Worlds sold a total of 405,000 units between physical, digital and 3DS XL bundle copies and was the sixth 3DS title to score a Megacritic 90 or higher. Several other 3DS titles also jumped triple digit percentages in sales from October to November.