Research from Japanese publisher Enterbrain show that, despite doubts from analysts, the Wii continues to go from strength to strength, outselling the PS3 by four to one in April and five to one in May.
Nintendo claims to have sold 5.84 million Wii machines worldwide in the five months following its release in November, including 2.37 million in the Americas and two million in Japan.
Sony said that it has shipped 5.5 million PS3s in the fiscal year to March 2007.
Sony Computer Entertainment Australia has countered the Enterbrain figures with reports that the PS3 has been the number-one selling next-gen console in Australia since its launch, outselling the Wii and the Xbox 360 almost every week.
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