Incredibly enough, Nintendo’s New Super Mario Bros. sold 480,000 copies in it’s first day (Japan) — beating the previous record of 414,556 units set by “Brain Training 2nd Edition” in the span of four days. Mario is definitely back and better than ever.

Now that they all have DS and DS lites to play, they have to skim through a wide variety of games. You would think that is a tough choice, but apparently there is no competition worthy when New Super Mario Bros. hit the shelves.

[via NewLaunchesGoNintendo]

Incredibly enough, Nintendo’s New Super Mario Bros. sold 480,000 copies in it’s first day (Japan) — beating the previous record of 414,556 units set by “Brain Training 2nd Edition” in the span of four days. Mario is definitely back and better than ever.

Now that they all have DS and DS lites to play, they have to skim through a wide variety of games. You would think that is a tough choice, but apparently there is no competition worthy when New Super Mario Bros. hit the shelves.

[via NewLaunchesGoNintendo]