On the heels of its CES 2010
keynote speech, Sony released a chest-pounding press release
declaring worldwide sales "exceeding 3.8 million" of the PlayStation 3 during the 2009 holiday season. According to the company, "during the five weeks following the last week of November 2009" (ending on January 3, 2010), the console sold more than during any previous holiday season -- a 76 percent increase over last year's numbers
Alas, the PSP and the PSP Go were neglected a mention in the presser, though Sony did reiterate the 38 million PSN user number
we'd heard a bit earlier. We'll have a clearer picture of what exactly the sales shook out to for North America when the latest NPD
numbers arrive next week.