Koku Gamer writes: "I'll get game sales out of the way first. A certain number of people among the gaming community look upon sales as a way to critique the quality of the game. Disagree or not it has been done in the past and will more than likely continue in the future. This is absolutely ludicrous; to say a game is better than the other simply because it sold more does not mean that it's a better game, just more appealing to a larger demographic. Let's look at movies for an example of this.
The 5 Highest Grossing Movies Of 2004 in order were first Shrek 2, Spiderman 2, The Passion Of The Christ, Meet The Fockers and The Incredibles. Take into account other movies like Harry Potter and The Prisoner Of Azkaban, Shark Tale, I Robot and National Treasure and you can see that 2004 was a stellar year for Hollywood. However my personal favourite, and critics tend to agree also, was Million Dollar Baby. It won countless amounts of awards and was praised by many as the best film of the year. Yet Million Dollar Baby only managed 23rd in the Box Office list of 2004. Why so?"