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Post by Eorl @ 10:11am 09/05/14 | 2 Comments
From Software's rather hardcore-inspired RPG Dark Souls 2 has earned a fair amount of respect from both critics and fans for its ruthless nature and unforgiving gameplay. Publisher Bandai Namco has today revealed its financial report, showing that while it may be a difficult title the fans are definitely there.

According to the report, 1.2 million copies of Dark Souls 2 have been shipped between the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 since its launch on March 11th. The number does not include the sale of PC copies, which was released on April 24th. In comparison, it took the original Dark Souls six months from its October 4th, 2011 release to reach that same number of shipped units, a great change for the developer.

Other highlights from Bandai Namco's financial report include God Eater 2, a Japan-only game for the PSP and Vita that shipped 700,000 copies, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z at 620,000 units, followed by the Japan-only JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle (550,000 units) and Disney Magic Castle: My Happy Life (500,000 units).

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Posted 10:48am 09/5/14
Disney Magic Castle: My Happy Life + Japanese weirdnes = possibly super dodge game.
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