As always, when video game industry research firm The NPD Group puts out its monthly numbers, each of the big hardware companies--Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony--find their own unique positive spin, regardless what the numbers show.
But with the July numbers, which were released Thursday, there's little question that Nintendo gets the biggest bragging rights.
That's because, according to NPD, Nintendo's DS handheld gaming machine and its Wii console far outsold any competition from Sony or Microsoft.
NPD reported that the DS sold 608,400 units in July, while the Wii moved 555,000 machines. No other gaming … Read more