JanoDx;3437325 said:Lol... actually, TB:RB has sold in total by the 3 consoles more than 2.5 million...Wii version: 1.25 Millions360 version: 0.90 MillionsPS3 version: 0.61 MillionsThis comes from VG Chartz...
mva5580;3437358 said:Lol.....actually, vgchartz has nowhere near the credibility of the NPD group, which is considered the de facto standard in judging video game sales. It's not wise at all to take vg chartz as accurate. But do whatever you want.
The_Fifth_Beatle;3438341 said:Well, my country is the more affected by the recession, actually is the worst in the world, but here, The Beatles Rock Band, in any of his presentation, vesions, bundles, etc (whatever you call it). "were sold like hot dogs in a corner of a street"...I remember days after christmas and another one holiday, that even the limited edition (the most expensive) was sold out...So, i don`t agree with the article, at least, not at all...(Sorry if the english is very bad...:p)
Jglaubman;3438766 said:Wait wait wait! It says RB2 sold 1.7 million in 4 months and it wasn't a disappointment. TBRB sold 1.7 in 4 months and 1 week and it is a disappointment? Yeah, I call BS.
gamegyro56;3438412 said:For future references, a better phrase would be "sold like hotcakes" It doesn't make a lot of sense, but that is a more common phrase.
mva5580;3438773 said:The "disappointment" comes in the fact that it costs wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy more to license all of The Beatles songs than it does to license any other Rock Band song. I bet it cost HMX more to license The Beatles catalog than every other song they've used combined. Wouldn't be surprised if it cost double. So by sales numbers, yes. It's fine in comparison. But the cost to actually make TB:RB was much higher than any previous game.
"Se vendieron como pan caliente"
Hope i am not writing things that doesn`t make any sense...
The_Fifth_Beatle;3438341 said:(Sorry if the english is very bad...:p)
Ryuzaki;3439155 said:Literally translates to, "They sell like hot bread."Is "pan caliente" a particular name for a food where you come from? In the English version, we use hotcakes ("pancakes"I would assume "hot bread" means hotcakes/pancakes, or at least something very close to it.