The pros make it seem that it's obvious that this game could have easily made that amount, so I'm curious what market helped break this into 1.1 million territory, since, you know, CAPCOM won't probably be telling us.
Neverland, Nether, LaLand, Land of Woo, Nightosphere, Loliconia, etc
Hey, it can't sell in Loliconia, the average age there is 12 and this is way too edgy and "mature".
I heard the Imperium of Man has been rounding up copies, something about heresy promoting material and needing to be put to the torch. --- Goodbye Bubbles, dearest of pets. I'll miss you, always. 2nd June 2004 - 22nd August 2009 http://i1120.photobucket.com/albums/l493/TTripweed/Haiguyz.jpg
The Pros are trying to make a come back after seeing Capcom posting the "amazing" questionable 1.1 million sales number.
They won't care if the number Capcom post is questionable or not because that's only thing they have.After all, there has been nothing but bad news for this game ever since it's release in January this year.
I just checked Amazon's top 100 video games sale, while Devil May Cry HD Collection is still hanging strong in #53 position for PS3, but their beloved "DmC" is no where to be seen for both PS3 & 360 list.
I truly doubt the sales of DmC all the sudden jumped so much and hit the 1.1 million mark even NPD stated its global sales was less then 500k after February 2013 sale.
I'm actually genuinely curious about this. Until I see more of a breakdown of the sales (which platform was leading, and in which regions), I'm going to continue to take these sales with a grain of salt. --- [INSERT SIGNATURE HERE]