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The 2010 fiscal year for Nintendo and Sony began April 1, 2009 and will end on March 31, 2010. Microsoft's sales earning report entails the period from July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010.

See also: 2009 fiscal year

Fiscal year sales tableEdit

See also: 2009 fiscal year table for comparison
Console wars

Worldwide shipments for Wii, PS3, X360

Worldwide xbox 360 lead over ps3

Worldwide difference between PS3 and Xbox 360. (X360 US/Japan/Europe launch in Nov/Dec 2005. PS3 launch in Nov 2006 in US/Japan, March 2007 in Europe)


Console Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 Fiscal year 09 Lifetime
Wii 2.23 52.62[1]
PlayStation 3 1.1 23.8
Xbox 360 TBA Sept/09 31.50
Nintendo DS 5.97 107.75[2]
PlayStation Portable 1.3 ~53.0m
PlayStation 2 1.6 ~139.3m


  • Note: Microsoft's fiscal year is not aligned with Nintendo or Sony. Microsoft's Q1 corresponds to Nintendo's and Sony's Q2.

  • Note2: Official sources can be accessed below.

Sales forecastsEdit

  • Wii - 26 million[3]
  • PS3 - 13 million[4]
  • X360 -
  • NDS - 30 million[3]
  • PSP - 15 million[4]
  • PS2 - 5 million[4]

NintendoEdit

Yearly sales and profitsEdit

  • Wii -
  • NDS -
  • Net sales:
  • Net income:

Major releasesEdit

ReferencesEdit

SonyEdit

Yearly sales and profitsEdit

  • PS3 - 230,000,000
  • PSP - 120,000
  • PS2 - 50,000
  • Game division net sales: 400,000,000
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Major releasesEdit

  • Infamous
  • God of War III
  • MAG
  • Heavy Rain
  • Uncharted 2
  • PSP Go!
  • major PS3 price cut

ReferencesEdit

MicrosoftEdit

Yearly sales and profitsEdit

  • Xbox 360 -
  • Game division net sales:
  • Net income:

Major releasesEdit

  • Halo 3: ODST
  • Alan Wake
  • Halo Wars
  • GTA IV: Ballad of Gay Tony

ReferencesEdit

Other publishersEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit


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