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2009 Nintendo Wii Games: New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Wii Fit Plus, Wii Sports Resort: Data, Sales, Review Scores

February 11, 2010
Wii Sports Resort, Wii Fit Plus, and New Super Mario Bros. Wii  Nintendo Channel data, Amazon.com Sales Ranks, MetaCritic.com Review Score Averages

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Nintendo Channel Data Breakdown

Number of Players Reporting Data: 
Wii Sports Resort, released in July of this year, has 295,054 players reporting data so far.
Wii Fit Plus, released in October, has 127,552 players reporting data on the Nintendo Channel.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii, released on November 15, now has 256,287 players reporting data.

Player Increase:
Wii Sports Resort had an increase of 12,824 more players reporting data this week, than last week.
Wii Fit Plus had 9,264 more players reporting data this week on the Nintendo Channel.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii had 20,182 more players reporting data this week.

“Total” Game-Play Hours Reported/Increased:
Wii Sports Resort had 5,779,249 Total Hours reported, an increase of 336,701 hours from last week.
Wii Fit Plus had 1,537,487 Total Hours reported, an increase of 188,069 hours from last week.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii had 4,970,555 Total Hours reported, an increase of 638,999 hours from last week.

Amazon.com Sales Rank:
Wii Sports Resort‘s Amazon.com sale rank was #13 and the current selling price is $46.99.
Wii Fit Plus‘ Amazon.com sale rank was #22(game with board) and #17 for just the software.  The current selling price for Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board is $184.17, and the selling price for just the software is $19.96.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii‘s Amazon.com sale rank was #7 and the selling price is $48.99.

GameRankings.com Review Score Averages:
The GameRankings.com review score average have stayed the same as last week, for all the games.
Wii Sports Resort’s average review score is 82.78%.
Wii Fit Plus’ average review score is 81.32%
New Super Mario Bros. Wii’s average review score is 87.95%.

Thoughts and Questions:
Five weeks and counting, Amazon.com is still out-of-stock of Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board.  If you didn’t see it above, Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board is available from 2nd/3rd party vendors on Amazon.com.  Currently, the starting price for Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board is $184.17 new, or around $165.00 for it used!  
Again, those prices are from 2nd/3rd party vendors on Amazon.com, but I would imagine they are selling a few units at those prices, why else would they have them so high?


If you’re interested in purchasing any of the games mentioned above, you can see what they’re selling for on Amazon.com right below!

































*Notes:
Nintendo Channel data captured on Monday, February 8, 2010.  Numbers of players reporting data are rounded down to the nearest whole number.  If you click the links for the games, Amazon.com may direct you to a 2nd/3rd Party Vendor that has the game in-stock.

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2009 Nintendo Wii Games: New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Wii Fit Plus, Wii Sports Resort: Data, Sales, Review Scores

February 11, 2010
Wii Sports Resort, Wii Fit Plus, and New Super Mario Bros. Wii  Nintendo Channel data, Amazon.com Sales Ranks, MetaCritic.com Review Score Averages

(click photo to enlarge)


Nintendo Channel Data Breakdown

Number of Players Reporting Data: 
Wii Sports Resort, released in July of this year, has 295,054 players reporting data so far.
Wii Fit Plus, released in October, has 127,552 players reporting data on the Nintendo Channel.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii, released on November 15, now has 256,287 players reporting data.

Player Increase:
Wii Sports Resort had an increase of 12,824 more players reporting data this week, than last week.
Wii Fit Plus had 9,264 more players reporting data this week on the Nintendo Channel.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii had 20,182 more players reporting data this week.

“Total” Game-Play Hours Reported/Increased:
Wii Sports Resort had 5,779,249 Total Hours reported, an increase of 336,701 hours from last week.
Wii Fit Plus had 1,537,487 Total Hours reported, an increase of 188,069 hours from last week.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii had 4,970,555 Total Hours reported, an increase of 638,999 hours from last week.

Amazon.com Sales Rank:
Wii Sports Resort‘s Amazon.com sale rank was #13 and the current selling price is $46.99.
Wii Fit Plus‘ Amazon.com sale rank was #22(game with board) and #17 for just the software.  The current selling price for Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board is $184.17, and the selling price for just the software is $19.96.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii‘s Amazon.com sale rank was #7 and the selling price is $48.99.

GameRankings.com Review Score Averages:
The GameRankings.com review score average have stayed the same as last week, for all the games.
Wii Sports Resort’s average review score is 82.78%.
Wii Fit Plus’ average review score is 81.32%
New Super Mario Bros. Wii’s average review score is 87.95%.

Thoughts and Questions:
Five weeks and counting, Amazon.com is still out-of-stock of Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board.  If you didn’t see it above, Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board is available from 2nd/3rd party vendors on Amazon.com.  Currently, the starting price for Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board is $184.17 new, or around $165.00 for it used!  
Again, those prices are from 2nd/3rd party vendors on Amazon.com, but I would imagine they are selling a few units at those prices, why else would they have them so high?


If you’re interested in purchasing any of the games mentioned above, you can see what they’re selling for on Amazon.com right below!

































*Notes:
Nintendo Channel data captured on Monday, February 8, 2010.  Numbers of players reporting data are rounded down to the nearest whole number.  If you click the links for the games, Amazon.com may direct you to a 2nd/3rd Party Vendor that has the game in-stock.

Wii Sports: Its 100 Millionth Milestone

November 3, 2009

According to the data provided on the Nintendo Channel, Wii Sports has crossed 100,000,000 game play hours!  Again, 100 MILLION GAME PLAY HOURS!  While I’m not positive, I do think this is the first Wii game that has crossed the 100 million hours mark, from the data that is provided on the Nintendo Channel.

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According To The Numbers:
2,758,409 gamers have reported the data on the Nintendo Channel.

Interesting Facts:
There are 168 hours in a week.  To reach 100 million hours by yourself, you would have to play the game for 617,146 weeks(I can only imagine how many cups of coffee I’d drink to during this time!).
There are 8,760 hours in a year(based on 365 days).  To reach 100 million hours by yourself, it would take 11,836 years.
$7.25 is the national minimum wage.  103,680,482 hours multiplied by $7.25 = $751,683,494.50(That would be a lot of taxable income, I hope the government isn’t reading this!)
Nearly 15(14.8) Empire State Buildings could be constructed with those hours.
A Thought:
I’ve been tracking Wii Sports Resort since its release, and I wonder how long it’ll take Wii Sports Resort to cross the 100 million hour mark, or even if it will?  How long do you think it’ll take Wii Sports Resort to reach 100 million hours reported?  DO you think it’ll reach 100 million hours reported?



Wii Nintendo Channel Game Data: Wii Sports crosses 100 Million Hours Played!

November 3, 2009
Nintendo Channel Data

According to the Nintendo Channel data, Wii Sports has crossed 100,000,000 game play hours!  Again, 100 MILLION GAME PLAY HOURS!  While I’m not positive, I do think this is the first Wii game that has crossed the 100 million hours mark, from the data that is provided on the Nintendo Channel.

(click to enlarge photo)
According To The Numbers:
2,758,409 gamers have reported the data on the Nintendo Channel.

Interesting Facts:
There are 168 hours in a week.  To reach 100 million hours by yourself, you would have to play the game for 617,146 weeks(I can only imagine how many cups of coffee I’d drink to during this time!).
There are 8,760 hours in a year(based on 365 days).  To reach 100 million hours by yourself, it would take 11,836 years.
$7.25 is the national minimum wage.  103,680,482 hours multiplied by $7.25 = $751,683,494.50(That would be a lot of taxable income, I hope the government isn’t reading this!)
Nearly 15(14.8) Empire State Buildings could be constructed with those hours.
A Thought:
I’ve been tracking Wii Sports Resort since its release, and I wonder how long it’ll take Wii Sports Resort to cross the 100 million hour mark, or even if it will?  How long do you think it’ll take Wii Sports Resort to reach 100 million hours reported?  DO you think it’ll reach 100 million hours reported?