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@IIDanko. I'm hoping Barca can overturn the 2 goal deficit as i love seeing them in the later stages of the tournament. Both of these clubs have won the champions league a total of 11 times combined, [Barca 4, Milan 7]. I also like watching Messi, Iniesta, Pique, Mascherano, Alves, Alba, etc.
Milan are a shadow of the team that once featured great players such as marco van basten, ruud gullit, franco baresi, costacurta and paolo maldini amongst others though.
So who knows.
Back on topic: Re series forever. RE 2, CVX,RE3 and RE Zero are my favourites. Also liking certain games in a series does not make you a troll as far as i'm aware.
This either means that according to your figures, only little more than 3/5 of those 5 million copies have been sold, or that 2/5 of them don't care about the game's online features.Furthermore, these are historical numbers, meaning that as long that somebody connected once at one point, they are counted, even if they haven't played RE6 again in months.
From what we have heard form Capcom, the game had initial strong sales and subsequent weaker sales, which can be translated as many people expected it to be a good game, bought, played, and then realized it was a bad game. Afterwards actions such as sharing their experiences with other potential buyers so that they wouldn't go through the same ordeal or selling their new copies, which allowed other people to buy used copies from very early on, resulting in fewer sales of new copies.
Regarding RE:ORC, unlike RE6, I actually liked that game despite its flaws, namely the multiplayer. Besides, not only it is a spin-off (meaning that it doesn't attempt to change the whole series gameplay), but also is officially confirmed to be non-canon (meaning that it doesn't affect the series story), therefore I don't mind that it is focused on action, unlike RE6, which is part of the main series but completely ditches the survival-horror theme while attempting fo make the series more action-focused, and that whose story seems more like an explosion-filled drama from Michael Bay.
Most importantly, Capcom itself has claimed that RE:ORC was a success while RE6 was branded a failure.