The latest North American retail figures have revealed that Nintendo Wii and 3DS sales are in decline throughout the region.
According to Eurogamer, the Nintendo Wii's 172,000 sales in the US during April is its lowest ever sales total since it launched, down 38% on the same period last year.
The Nintendo 3DS, meanwhile, managed to sell 194,000 units during April, compared to the near 400,000 units sold in its opening week.
Poor Nintendo Wii sales could be due to the console's imminent price cut, which will see it reduced to $150 in the US and £129 in the UK, while Nintendo officials are suggesting that 3DS sales will pick up once more software arrives.
Wii sales may also have been affected by speculation surrounding the console's successor - which will be officially unveiled at E3.
Elsewhere, the Xbox 360 was the region's top seller during April, shifting 297,000 units, while the PlayStation 3 enjoyed a hike in sales despite the recent PSN hack, selling 203,000 consoles.
Console Weekly (change) Total
PS3 124,467 (-13%) 50,378,949
X360 114,899 (-9%) 53,771,875
DS 106,825 (-14%) 147,324,578
PSP 93,863 (-22%) 68,038,435
3DS 89,028 (-19%) 2,707,299
Wii 79,176 (-20%) 86,398,293
PS2 32,951 (-5%) 142,936,516