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Namco Bandai financials show slight improvement YoY for first half of 2010


Namco Bandai has released its financial results the first half of its fiscal year, which ended on September 30, and the company reported net sales of ¥173.60 billion ($2.13 billion) which is up slightly over last year during the same period.

Despite being up a bit, the company reported a net loss of ¥1.93 billion ($24 million), but that is still an improvement over its net loss of ¥6.04 billion ($74 million) for the same period last year.

The firm's content division, which consists of games as well as music and videos, reported ¥71.45 billion ($879 million) in sales which was still a loss of ¥2.6 billion ($32 million).

Its toys and hobby sector pulled in ¥72.22 billion ($888 million) with income for the division hitting ¥7.07 billion ($87 million).

Namco's best-selling title for the period was the movie-based game Despicable Me, which moved over 390K units, while Dead to Rights: Retribution sold 350K.

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