Nintendo has certainly sparked a whole new level of interest in the Wii U platform with the announcement of its price drop. This is evident by the fact that the big release, Rayman Legends, sold more copies on the Wii U than any other platform.
According to ChartTrack, which monitors sales of video games, has been tracking sales of the Ubisoft release Rayman Legends since it released.
Rayman Legends on the Wii U outsold all other platforms. The Wii U version made up 45% of all sales of the game across all platforms.
The Xbox 360 made up 35% of sales, while the PS3 and PC split the remaining 20%.
The game was the sixth highest selling game of the week according to the sales charts.
This comes after the game was initially supposed to release as a Wii U exclusive on launch day.
Ubisoft delayed the game until March 1, and after the game had gone gold, just weeks before release, announced it would delay the game by six months, and release it on all platforms.
Gamers protested the game not being a Wii U exclusive, but Ubisoft stressed that the best experience is still on the Wii U, and sales are backing that up.