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2004 saw sales of over $9.9 billion, according to NPD sales data -- a decline of less than one percent when compared to $10 billion in Annual 2003. However, while dollar sales were down slightly, total industry unit sales were up 4 percent over the same period last year. Sales remained strong, thanks in large part to the console software, portable game software and portable game hardware categories.

Hardware releasesEdit

RevenuesEdit

See also: Video games in the United States and Video game industry
  • Total retail market - $9.9 billion [1] ($11 billion including PC games)
    • Software - $8.2 billion [2]
      • Console software - $6.2 billion
      • PC games - $1.1 billion [3]
      • Online games - $647 million
      • Wireless (mobile) games - $281 million

Top 10 software salesEdit

Annual 2004 Top 10 Video Game Titles, Ranked By Units Sold

  1. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PS2) - 5.1 million
  2. Halo 2 (Xbox) - 4.2 million* includes Limited & Collector's Editions
  3. Madden NFL 2005 (PS2) - 3.2 million
  4. ESPN NFL 2K5 (PS2) - 1.5 million
  5. Need for Speed Underground 2 (PS2) - 1.4 million
  6. Pokemon FireRed (with adapter) (GBA) - 1.2 million
  7. NBA Live 2005 (PS2) - 1.2 million
  8. Spider-Man 2 (PS2) - 1.1 million
  9. Halo: Combat Evolved (Xbox) - 1.1 million
  10. ESPN NFL 2K5 (Xbox)- 1.0 million

Monthly sales figuresEdit

External linksEdit



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