Nintendo sold around 335,000 units of its New Nintendo 3DS and XL during launch week.
The company has published new sales data which shows that is sold around 175k units in the US and around 160k in Europe.
To add to the good news new titles Majora's Mask 3D sold around 340k in the US and 230k in Europe, while Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate sold around 110k in Europe.
Elsewhere, Nintendo revealed that 5.7m amiibo units have now been shipped worldwide, with 63 per cent of these being in the US and Canada, 23 per cent in Europe, 11 per cent in Japan and three per cent in Australia.
Link was the most popular figurine in Europe, North America and Japan, although Mario was the most popular in Australia.