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article imagePSP makes a comeback

By Aaron Robson     Mar 2, 2007 in Technology
In a surprising turn of events, the PSP has beaten off the Wii and PS3, selling more than both consoles in Japan last week.
The latest weekly sales figures for Japan reveal that Sony's portable placed second in the hardware sales chart for the week ending 25 February, with unit sales of 96,750.
This falls short only of the still storming DS, which sold 146,250 units according to figures on vgcharts.org. However the PSP beat even the mighty, mighty DS in the software sales chart in the same period, selling 808,750 games compared with 618,250 for the DS.
And people where saying the PSP was already dead? I think not. Way to go Sony, it really looks like things are looking much brighter for you guys. The PSP is back in action, the PS3 made it's first top game in the charts, the sales went up for the PS3, and the Wii's sales are going down. It really proves to be that February was a turning point for the better in video games.
Well, you know what this means now? More people are buying the PSP now then ever, so Sony will be paying more attention to what they make for the PSP and what they put out there. Hopefully this means a sort of decrease in PS2 and PS3 port games, but hey, the port games are fun sometimes. Now I am waiting for a God of War on the PSP.
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