Namco financials: Tekken Tag 2 shifts over 840,000 copies

By Dave Cook, Friday, 2 November 2012 08:06 GMT

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 was a big win for Namco Bandai in Q2, according to the publisher’s most recent financial report.

Siliconera reports that the brawler has sold 840,000 units worldwide since launching September 11th, and that both Soulcalibur V and Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm have each sold over a million copies from their respective launches to date.

Since the start of financial year 2013, Soul Calibur V has sold 680,000 units globally, bringing its total to 1,380,000, while Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm sold 550,000 in the financial year, reaching a total of 1,010,00 units.

No sign of Dark Souls though. We’ll keep our eye out for more Namco financial stats as they come however.

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