From IGN: "Nintendo's determination to make a product that appeals to the mass market seems to have paid off, with the Wii becoming the fastest-selling console in British history - reaching one million sales in just 38 weeks. Latest Chart Track figures show that the Wii has reached the milestone 11 weeks faster than the PlayStation 2 - which took 50 weeks - and 22 weeks faster than the Xbox 360 - which took... oh look, just do the maths. Surely, you've all been playing Brain Training anyway? David Yarnton, general manager of Nintendo UK said: "The non-stop demand for Wii even in the traditionally slow sales periods for video games in the UK is clearly behind this record breaking achievement. The performance of [Wii and DS] appears to indicate that unprecedented interactive entertainment experiences, provided by a combination of the revolutionary nature of DS and Wii with the increasing number of unique software titles for the system from Nintendo and third parties, are being enjoyed by both avid and new gamers of all ages." Furthermore, sales of Nintendo's innovative console don't seem to be slowing either and, during recent weeks, Wii managed to secure a 68% share of home console sales, while the DS reached an 86% share. Insert your own amusing comment about printing money here." Not bad seeing Britain was basically dominated by PlayStation consoles since 1997. Perhaps Nintendo would treat us a little better from now on...perhaps not.