Though net sales between April and December 2009 were down 7.7% over the previous year, the company saw net income of 16.94 billion yen ($189.9M USD)--a significant improvement over the previous year's net loss of 10.84 billion yen ($121.5M USD).
In particular, the company's consumer business (home video game software, toys and animated films) saw net sales drop by 13.6% to 83.1 billion yen ($931.4M USD), with an operating income of 1.4 billion yen ($15.9M USD). The same period last year saw the same segment post an operating loss of 5.6 billion yen ($63.3M USD).
In addition, the company provided a breakdown of software shipments:
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games - Wii, Nintendo DS
5.67 million (US, Europe)
- BAYONETTA - PS3, Xbox 360
1.1 million (US, Europe, Japan)
- Football Manager 2010 - PSP, PC
740K (US, Europe)
- Phantasy Star Portable 2 - PSP