The legacy of the Wii continues, with Nintendo of America today announcing New Super Bros. Wii has sold ten million copies across the US since it was released in 2009.
The announcement was delivered via the official Nintendo of America Twitter account, and celebrated the historic milestone with the following tweet and celebratory image:
On release, New Super Mario Bros. Wii was critically acclaimed and a commercial success. As of March 2014, the title has sold 28.65 million copies worldwide, making it the fourth best selling Wii game of all-time, and second highest selling title in the Mario Wii line behind, Mario Kart Wii.
Nintendo also recently revealed Super Smash Bros. for 3DS became the tenth game in the current portable library to reach one million units sold within the US. These two milestones combined come as positive news for Nintendo during trying times with the Wii U. Celebrate with us in the comments below.