Famitsu.com reports today that domestic shipments of the Wii console have topped the 10 million mark. As usual, the site sourced data from parent company Enterbrain.
The figure coves the 3 years and 3 months from Wii's December 2, 2006 release through Febuary 28, the end of Enterbrain's latest sales tracking period. Total sales for the system stand at 10,009,736 units.
While the Wii was the fastest console to reach the five million mark, the PS2 beat it to ten million, having taken just 2 years and 7 months.
DS has both beat, though, with just 1 year and 8 months to the figure.