Sales expectations for Operation Raccoon City, Street Fighter x Tekken and more

Examiner writes "Capcom has revealed their sales expectations for Dead Rising 2: Off the Record, Dragon’s Dogma, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City and Street Fighter x Tekken for the next fiscal year, which will end on March 31, 2012."

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Quagmire2720d ago

Strange, I wouldve placed SF X Tekken alot higher than Resident Evil, considering its still an action game and not horror.

Sam Fisher2720d ago

i was thinking the same, and i was thinking way lower count for resident and dogma

ZombieAssassin2720d ago (Edited 2720d ago )

Pretty sure most RE games have sold way better than SF games (not counting the SNES era where they sold pretty damn well). From what I remember though RE games didn't sell that well on the GC or really any NiN consoles.

Although with all the DLC milking and 3-4 different versions of SF4 I'm sure SF makes them just as much money if not more.

Majinzo2720d ago

im going to get sf x tekken but ill wait and see how resident evil is.. fooled me once not going to happen again

Sam Fisher2720d ago

that's one unit count not in capcom's expectation lmao

Quagmire2720d ago (Edited 2720d ago )

I it legal for Capcom to lock Namco's Tekken charcters, and then sell the unlocks online as DLC?

Hope not, and I hope Namco dont lock anything in Tekken Tag 2 or Tekken X or eventually Tekken 7.

That would make at least ONE fighting game which didnt have DLC. They thankfully didnt do it for T6.

Inception2720d ago

op raccoon city? pass. sf x tekken? ok, i'll try it. dragon's dogma? looks good but i will pass it. dead rising 2? pass.

oh well...i'll just waiting for breath of fire VI, dino crisis 4, new strider hiryu, new rival schools, and new darkstalkers. make it happen c(r)apcom!!!!

Knushwood Butt2720d ago

I'm just waiting for new Rival Schools and new Darkstalkers that aren't just cut and paste jobs into the SFIV engine, which is what SF vs Tekken is looking like.