Enterbrain: Nintendo 3DS will come out on top in Japanese charts
Despite slow start, the 3DS will prevail
The Nintendo 3DS may not be selling as well as Nintendo had hoped, but according to analysts the future is bright for the stereoscopic 3D handheld.
Analyst firm Enterbrain noted in its annual report that, despite a slow start in the Japanese market, the 3DS is set to lead the charts by the end of the year.
Around 2.9 million 3DS consoles will be sold within the next six months, the firm estimates, putting it slightly ahead of the PSP, with 2.4 million sold.
That means the 3DS needs to sell around 60,000 a week to come out on top.