Nintendo has released the 2008 sales figures for handheld and home consoles in Europe during its financial results briefing.
The Wii was revealed as the top seller, shifting over 10.4 million units in the region, followed by Sony's PlayStation 3 and, in last place, Microsoft's Xbox 360. The Wii hit its peak in April with nearly 180,000 units sold, compared to its rivals sales of around 90,000 each.
However, the data did suggest that the recent price cut on the Xbox 360 improved sales, with Microsoft selling over 60,000 units in October, topping the PS3.
Nintendo led the race in handhelds sales too, revealing data that showed the DS took a significant lead over the PlayStation Portable for the entirety of the year, peaking in July with around 225,000 unit sales compared to the PSP's peak of just over 50,000 units during the same period.