The Pokemon Company's latest Pokemon games are doing well in the US and Japan.
The latest Pokemon games released for Nintendo's handheld 3DS console have been doing well since their release in the US and Japan last Friday. Really well.
The games have raked in over 3 million units sold in just 3 days on sale, says Kotaku via a report from Famitsu. The figures are said to come from the Pokémon Company's data.
The game isn't even out in Europe until Friday 28th November, so we'll have to wait and see how much the sales here will affect that already-impressive sales count.
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