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NPD Sales Chart November 2004

The NPD Group, which tracks video game sales in North America, has released its monthly sales data for November 2004. Microsoft's Halo 2 and Halo 2 Ltd Edition for the Xbox took the top spots with more than 3 million units in combined sales, and bringing up a close third was Rockstar's latest installment in the Grand Theft Auto franchise.

Before we present the figures, we'd like to remind everyone that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas actually shipped to stores on October 26th, and it took the top spot in that month's chart with 2 million copies sold (in the span of five days).

Hardware Unit Sales, Nov. 2004

1. Game Boy Advance - 1,100,000
2. Xbox - 708,000
3. PlayStation 2 - 694,000
4. Nintendo DS - 479,000
5. GameCube - 350,000

Top 20 Software (Raw Revenue / Copies Sold)

1. (XBX) HALO 2 REGULAR - $87,669,050 / 1,777,697
2. (XBX) HALO 2 LIMITED - $81,269,580 / 1,489,406
3. (PS2) GRAND THEFT AUTO: SAN ANDREAS - $76,126,580 / 1,536,301
4. (PS2) NEED FOR SPEED: UNDERGROUND 2 - $21,155,680 / 427,724
5. (PS2) WWE SMACKDOWN VS RAW - $17,734,720 / 361,544
6. (PS2) METAL GEAR SOLID 3 - $14,379,330 / 290,376
7. (XBX) NEED FOR SPEED: UNDERGROUND 2 - $11,319,100 / 229,611
8. (PS2) MADDEN NFL 2005 - $10,411,060 / 334,824
9. (GCN) METROID PRIME 2: ECHOES - $9,483,345 / 192,332
10. (PS2) DRAGONBALL Z BUDOKAI 3 - $8,449,652 / 178,034
11. (PS2) RATCHET & CLANK: UYA - $8,191,299 / 207,518
12. (PS2) TONY HAWK'S UNDERGRND 2 - $7,737,766 / 168,201
13. (PS2) JAK 3 - $7,006,415 / 177,335
14. (GCN) PAPER MARIO: 1,000 YEAR DOOR - $6,699,387 / 143,399
15. (PS2) CALL OF DUTY: FINEST HOUR - $6,683,578 / 135,234
16. (PS2) NBA LIVE 2005 - $6,062,586 / 187,346
17. (PS2) KILLZONE - $5,388,861 / 109,297
18. (PS2) ACE COMBAT 5: UNSUNG WAR - $5,340,555 / 111,493
19. (GCN) MARIO POWER TENNIS - $4,824,762 / 98,100
20. (XBX) T.CLANCY'S GHOST RECON 2 - $4,787,044 / 96,224

12/9/2004 Frank Provo

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