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So as many people know, the game sold out upon release, after stores were restocked it still sold a good amount, which put its sales at 50k.
This is really impressive for a dungeon crawler... especially when you consider that Experience Inc's last game sold poorly (but dungeon crawlers aren't exactly expensive to make so it was probably still profitable). It sold 5k I believe (could be wrong though)
Impressions of this game are also positive. People praise the art, how customizable the game is, and just how accessible the game can be while also providing a challenge.
So.... here's to hoping that this game gets localized.
Anyone else looking forward to it if it does? Interested perhaps?
Edit: Oh yeah, to celebrate those sales the official site is letting people download the main theme and some other audio files. (The link takes you directly to those downloads.)
Here are the latest Famitsu Console Software Sales in Japan for the week of Jan 21 - 27, Animal Crossing: New Leaf sold 83k this weeks, being number 1 for 9 weeks; new entries this week include Demon Gaze for Vita, sold 26k units, Gintama no Sugoroku for PSP, sold 25k units, and Nippon Ichi's The God and Fate Revolution Paradox, sold 25k units....
kcypher2000: "Btw i pirate and i don't give a damn what you think about it. At the end of the day you are paying to play what i get for free."