90% Lost Planet, Dead Rising Sales Outside Japan

Capcom's been one of the biggest success stories on the Xbox 360 so far. The traditionally Japanese-focused company has seen enormous sales on the platform through Dead Rising and Lost Planet. Much of that, however, has come from sales in the United States and Europe -- as much as 90% of sales totals, actually.

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tehcellownu3974d ago (Edited 3974d ago )

nothin will save the 360 in japan...

@1.1- um you do know the PS3 is doin way better then the 360 in Japan..

Xi3974d ago

same goes with the ps3.


looks like RE5 will be exclusive to the PS3 after all.

Odion3974d ago

what makes you say that? All i see there is that Capcom sold a ton more worldwide.

P.S. Considering Japan was the land of PS2 the fact that its only out selling the 360 by 7000 units means its doing pretty terrible as well

HokieFan3974d ago

I have to disagree Conan. I don't see anything in the article that says the games are selling poorly overall, just poorly in Japan. I'm pretty sure if a company sells 1 million copies of a game they're happy, regardless of where the sales came from.

ShiftyLookingCow3974d ago

no what it looks like is ps3 version of RE5 will sell more copies than 360 version in Japan

HaKeRsCanRotINHEL3974d ago

doing the same? Guess they don't like Euro's or dead presidents. :)

FadeToBlack3974d ago

The only [email protected] box i see here is the one between your legs.

razer3974d ago

One bubble wonder-boy. You embarrass all PS3 owners acting like this. You can keep FF on the PS3 because there are a lot of better(yes I said it) titles coming out on the 360. I would never trade Mass Effect for an FF game so chose your console or own both and have them all..

ShiftyLookingCow3974d ago

haha who cares Mass Effect > FF anyday for sci fi fans

fenderputty3974d ago

A western style game sells well in the US regardless of the Dev!!!!!!!!!!!!!


masterg3974d ago

Well to most people it would not be obvious that Japanese games don't sell well in Japan.

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