Joystiq are reporting
that recent NDP results have appeared for the US November sales, putting Nintendo's recent Wii U console at 425,000 units sold - at least for the seven days that it counted towards the NDP (the Nov. 18 launch through Nov. 24). This puts it just shy of 50,000 units less than what the original Wii console sold during its first week of launch in America, a definite success in anyone's books.
Nintendo has only provided sales on one Wii U game so far, with New Super Mario Bros. U selling more than 243,000 units, an attach rate of nearly 60 percent. The press release also details that in the November month the 3DS sold 540,000 units while the Wii sold 420,000 units. Nintendo has also detailed that in its 97th month, the DS has sold 370,000, making it Nintendo's most profitable handheld device with 53 million overall sales to date.