Nintendo has just revealed that the 3DS has crossed the five million units sold mark in the United States. With the Nintendo 3DS XL, New Super Mario Bros 2 and a holiday lineup that includes titles like Luigi’s Mansion and Paper Mario, Nintendo is expecting that the momentum for the 3DS will continue. “Nintendo 3DS is entering the next phase of its life cycle with new hardware, new games and proven franchises. This milestone shows we’ve got a great foundation to build from,” said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. “The game lineup for Nintendo 3DS last holiday season was one of the strongest in our history. We’re poised to top it this year. Every week, gamers will have the best franchises in the world in a glasses-free 3D experience that can’t be found anywhere else. Add Wii U into the mix and it’s a great time to be a Nintendo fan.” Other Nintendo milestones achieved in June include: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D became the third Nintendo 3DS title to sell more than 1 million units, joining Super Mario 3D Land (2.1 million units sold life to date) and Mario Kart 7 (1.75 million units sold life to date). For the month, two of the top five and nine of the top 25 best-selling software SKUs play on Nintendo platforms. For the second month in a row, Nintendo held a 75 percent market share for portable hardware in the United States. Nintendo sold more than 400,000 total hardware units in June and saw double-digit growth across each of its product lines compared to May. This includes more than 155,000 Nintendo 3DS systems, more than 150,000 units of the Nintendo DS family of systems and nearly 95,000 Wii consoles. Have you picked up a 3DS yet? Or are you waiting to pick up the 3DS XL?