According to Japanese statistics compilers Media Create, the PlayStation 3 is not flavour of the week in its home country. Not only has the once trailing Xbox 360 beaten it in sales (again) for the week 20th to the 26th of October, but its elder sibling, the PS2 has also sold more. The Wii, as expected, has outsold everything by a substantial margin.
In terms of the handhelds, however, Sony PSP rules the roost, having beaten Nintendo's DS by 37,500 units.
The full figures - courtesy of Chart Get - are:
Nintendo Wii - 24,292 (26,024)
Microsoft Xbox 360 - 7,844 (7,856)
Sony PS2 - 6,962 (7,261)
Sony PS3 - 3,931 (4,725)
Sony PSP - 60,467 (159,816)
Nintendo DS - 22,965 (29,839)