No matter how much head-scratching came out of the arguably non-portable portable's announcement, we've now learned one thing: it sells.
According to Famitsu and sales tracker Enterbrain, the giant handheld sold 103,524 units in two days. While an impressive number, it's still not too surprising given the massive popularity of the DS in Japan.
Last year, the human-sized DSi managed to move over 170,000 units in its first two days. Sony's all-download PSP Go shifted a bit over 28,000 on day one last month and has experienced slow sales since.
Be sure to check out our hands-on with the beast of a portable, where we learned that its screens are visible from the moon.