ASCII Media Works, known for its Dengeki magazines, has reported that Resident Evil: Revelations has sold-through 75% of its initial shipment in Japan its first week on sale, which essentially is around 158,012 copies. The figures show a discrepancy between ASCII’s figures and those of Media Create’s, which stated earlier this week the Capcom title moved 146,559 units its first week on sale. Furthermore, ASCII’s figures state another debut, Tales of Innocence R for Vita, moved 70% of its shipment, which is close to 53,000 copies, a bit less than the 54,853 reported by Media Create. Regardless which figures are correct, both debuts did well the first week on offer. Thanks, Siliconera.
Those lucky folks attending gamescom next week will be able to get a first hands on experience with Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy hits next week, and you can watch the launch trailer right here.
It may not look like it now, but we could soon live in a future where cheap game bundles are a thing of the past.
Tomorrow is the end of your work week. Monday is a holiday. Modern Warfare 3 is evil. So is basement cat. Enjoy your shorts.
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That’s not bad considering it launched in the middle of the reporting period.
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