Sales for Nintendo Co.’s Wii U hardware stabalized in Japan post release of new bundle configurations that included New Super Mario Bros. U and Wii Fit U.

Media Create Co. this month reported that the Wii U sold 15,906 units between Nov. 11 and Nov. 17 to rank at No. 3 in overall sales.

It sold 17,737 units the week prior.

The hardware ranked one title in the top 15, Wii Party U at No. 11.

The company Oct. 31 released the 32GB Deluxe Set Bundle with New Super Mario Bros. U, Wii Party U, Wii Karaoke Download Code, and Wii Remote Plus at 32,800 yen ($331) and the 32GB Deluxe Set Bundle New Super Mario Bros. U, Wii Fit U, Wii Karaoke Download Code, and Wii Remote Plus at 34,800 yen ($351).

The Wii sold 518 units in the same period.

Nintendo sold 460,000 Wii U units between Mar. and Sept. 2013. It has sold 3.91 million units worldwide to date.

Wii U software sales totaled 19.71 million to date.

The company maintains a forecast of nine million Wii U hardware units sold by fiscal Mar. 2014.

Nintendo in Nov. began sale of the Wii U Deluxe Set with New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U at $299.99.

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