Wed, Feb 10, 2010 | 03:17 GMT
DFC estimates show Mass Effect 2 outselling other major January releases six-to-one
January was chock full of great releases, but who “won” the unusually jam-packed month? Well, you might be tempted to say “gamers,” since our plates were full all month long.
But you’d be wrong. Mass Effect 2 definitely won. No question.
According to a report by DFC Intelligence (as posted on Industry Gamers), BioWare’s galaxy-spanning role-player moved 1,100,000 units in January. Its nearest competitor, Army of Two: The 40th Day, tallied up a comparitively miniscule 175,000. Sorry, boys. No fist-bumps today.
The rest of DFC’s estimates (on the Xbox 360) are as follows:
- Bayonetta: 170,000
- Blood Bowl: 9,000
- Dark Void: 22,000
- Darksiders: 150,000
- Divinity 2: Eco Draconis: 25,000
- Vancouver 2010: 8,000
So, what’d you fine folks drop your hard-earned coin on last month?