Red Steel 2 : high sells expectations

LiveWii writes : " It is in any case clear that the commercial ambitions for Red Steel 2 are high from Ubisoft, Ubisoft's CEO Yves Guillemot relying on no fewer than 1.5 million copies of the game are expected to be sold worldwide."

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SpoonyRedMage3323d ago

Hmm, I doubt it'll go that high, it's doubtful that it'll even break a million. The first Red Steel was crap and most of the stuff Ubi have put on since have been crap as well.

I hope it's a good game, and I hope IF it is a good game that it does well but I think his expectations may be unrealistic.

tnator3323d ago

It'll have be be a s**t load better than the first to sell that. But there are a lot of wii owners out there now so who knows.

SL1M DADDY3323d ago

You cannot expect this one to even come close to 1.5 million. Sorry Ubisoft, you're living in a pipe dream.

ozstar3323d ago

@Spoony, Don't be surprised if Nintendo help Ubisoft, they helped them before.

The question is whether in store demos (downloadable demos?) are going to be ready in time. I don't know what Ubi and Konami are doing but the delays better be used to figure out how they'll get those numbers.

koehler833323d ago


Man.. How many times do we have to hear this before devs give it up? There's only one company that can move software on Wii and it ain't Ubisoft.

Seferoth753323d ago

If what you were saying was true. How are there more 3rd party million sellers on Wii than 1st party?

Oh that's right just another troll speaking without knowing.EA, activision, Ubisoft, many others already have million sellers on Wii, but hey don't let things like facts get in the way of your crying. You wouldnt be the troll you are if you did things like get a clue.

tdrules3323d ago

jesus christ how about people approve stuff thats grammatically correct next time eh

Perjoss3323d ago

will most likely not sell very well on the wii, its missing the word 'party' from the title.

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