Capcom announced in its 2019 integrated report the Resident Evil franchise has surpassed a combined 91 million units sold lifetime as of March 31, 2019.
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Some interesting info in there. DMC5: 2.1 million units RE2 Remake: 4.2 million units
RE4 will always be the best.
For you clearly.
RE2 the best ever.. i did like 4 better than most people did tho.
In retro spec I think I fully understand why they said SFV might not of happened this gen. If you really think about how many entries SF has had since the cabinets. As many as they put out since 80’s, 42 million is kinda niche for a 30 plus year franchise. And it’s almost ALWAYS had been multi platform so I think it tells you a lot about the franchises appeal.
[email protected] fighting games as a genre is kinda niche the average mainstream fighting game only sell 3 to 4 million copies lifetime. I think Tekken 7 sold 4 million copies sf5 sold 3.7 million copies dbfz sold 4 million copies.
Which is true, but when you are talking about one with longevity of SF. And how many entries and re-releases they had. MK and Tekken are far to close
Megaman've sold 35ms, that's a good sign, we should see a proper comeback for the series.
We already have with Mega Man 11 and the series collections. It’s been rumored that The X series will get a sequel.
Re is a top 3 franchise for me. I could play or watch a badly rated one and enjoy it
The main games are great. It’s the multiplayer ones that most of us hate. I do like the on rails shooter games that were on Wii and PS3 as well.
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