It's selling horribly everywhere. (Besides Japan of course.) People have argued it's because parents are worried that their child might ruin their vision from it.
Or maybe it just sucks. It's not even 3D, just stereoscopic. I mean, in 1838 that was pretty bad ass, but I'm not about to spend a quarter of a grand for this outdated technology in 2011. It won't sell and this "3D revolution" is going to pitter out like it has in the movie industry.