October NPD: Wii Music to be “evergreen title,” says Dunaway

Friday, 14th November 2008 20:18 GMT By Mike


While NPD figures showed today that Wii Music had an 81k sell through in America in October – just a tenth of Wii Fit in its launch month – Nintendo’s Cammie Dunaway said the company wasn’t worried and predicted that the game would be a Wii “an evergreen title”.

“You’ll see in [the NPD sales] that it did about somewhere [like] 65 or 66,000 based on our internal numbers for the two weeks that was reported,” the Nintendo executive vice president of sales and marketing told MTV.

“We’re predicting that it’s going to be an evergreen title. And if you look at titles like Brain Age, it’s about the same as what ‘Brain Age’ did during it’s first few weeks and went on to sell 2.5 million copies. Wii Fit certainly had a larger launch than that. But I think that people are starting to understand Wii Music.

“People have a box in their head of what music genre games are all about,” she went on, “and we’re doing something that is a complete departure from that.

“As people start to experience that and tell other people about it, I have no doubt that Wii Music is going to be a long-selling, top-selling game for us.”

By Mike Bowden



  1. Hero of Canton

    More than any Wii game so far, Wii Music needs to be played to be truly understood. It deserves to be a word-of-mouth success – whether it actually will be is another matter.

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Psychotext

    Don’t evergreen titles usually need to be green to start with?

    #2 6 years ago
  3. Johnny Cullen

    Cammie Dunaway is full of shite tbh.

    #3 6 years ago
  4. GordonR

    Was she smiling that same big phony shiteating grin when she said all this?

    #4 6 years ago

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