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Most of the sites say sold 9.6 million, some say shipped. Even if you take it as shipped, you are pretending 1 million or so units of 13-2 did not sell, AND you are discounting every single sale site AND SE's own profit announcement. So either way, you are completely wrong. As usual.
I'm not pretending they didn't sell, because they actually didn't. Also no reputable sales tracking site puts XIII-2 at 2 million, its lower and by a significant amount. You should really watch that slandering kiddo
The official Valbanisher, that doesn't believe in kupo
I don't lie. You know this and yet slander me. Then again I don't really expect someone that got kicked out of QR to do any better. Check NDS or any of the many sales trackers out there that actually do their jobs. This isn't grade school bucko, I'm not doing your homework for you. XIII was the reason XIII-2 had a succesful launch. XIII-2 is the reason the games sales plummeted at an exponential rate and its DLC sold poorly. DoC was a subpar game I'll admit, still miles beyond XIII-2 which BARELY has better sales. Also X-2 neither ruined Yuna, nor did it have a horrendous storyline, and sold well because it was good, though admittedly not as good as its predecessor. Be sure not to step out of line like Val, Potato
Um, you got kicked from QR for going mental. I was actually there at the time and watched you get banned.
13-2 also had a poor launch, not a successful one. This was due to 13. Its sales have actually picked up since then to over 2 million, because the game is actually not that bad. You calling DoC better, perhaps the single most disappointing game ever made and a disgrace to FF7, shows how biased you are against 13-2.
As for your val comment...lol...you have not even realised...
Dresdenfall is amazing, if you know what I mean :) /wink wink Mada status: arguing with a fat moogle.