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Submitted by Pozzle 949d ago | news

Bravely Default Sees 85% Sell-Through; Project X Zone Only 57%

Sales tracker, Media Create, report that Bravely Default sold through 85.68% of its initial shipment. (3DS, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, Project X Zone)

sinncross  +   949d ago
Wow on Project x Zone... guess that kills hope for a English release... too bad.

Bravely Default did well it seems, so good.
LX-General-Kaos  +   949d ago
I was personally rooting for Nintendo 3DS entertainment system exclusive Bravely Default to succeed due to the fact that it is a traditional style jrpg. These days a traditional jrpg from Square Enix is a rare event. Bravely Default shows that they still have it in them to please their original fan base that partook in the early Final Fantasy experiences they offered.

It is nice to see that the old school style and culture still remains in the minds of some developers within modern times. I hope for better sales for Project X Zone.

Rated E For Everyone

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