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Sales figure up until the month of Dec. 2003.


Romier S
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Heres is the current sales figures for Nintendo and Sega product on the Gamecube for anyone interested. NPD is the source:

 

Nintendo Sales

Super Smash Bros. Melee - 1,855,725

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker - 1,311,256

Super Mario Sunshine - 1,224,562

Luigi's Mansion - 1,067,377

Metroid Prime - 1,007,944

Mario Party 4 - 859,468

Star Fox Adventures - 603,099

Animal Crossing - 567,086

Pikmin - 552,218

Mario Kart: Double Dash!! - 527,742

Wave Race Blue Storm - 301,258

Eternal Darkness - 243,082

Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour - 231,073

Mario Party 5 - 213,495

Wario World - 157,891

Preview Disk - 156,599

F-Zero GX - 152,407

NBA Courtside 2002 - 138,498

Kirby Air Ride - 130,894

Disney's Magical Mirror - 89,378

 

Sega Sales

Sonic Adventure 2: Battle - 757,523

Sonic Mega Collection - 319,182

Super Monkey Ball - 299,391

Super Monkey Ball 2 - 289,870

Sonic Adventure DX - 202,147

Phantasy Star Online I & II - 165,102

NFL 2K3 - 114,152

NBA 2K3 - 88,748

Skies of Arcadia Legends - 75,210

Billy Hatcher & the Giant Egg - 74,153

NBA 2K2 - 72,001

Beach Spikers - 61,611

Home Run King - 61,605

Sega Soccer Slam - 35,850

NCAA Football 2K3 - 19,567

Virtua Striker 2002 - 7,898

NHL 2K3 - 7,199

NCAA Basketball 2K3 - 5,700

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"F-Zero GX - 152,407" - what? That is just pure madness. Sure, its a seriously evil game to get the hang of, but its just so, so fast.

 

"Monkey Ball 2 didn't outsell 1? What up with that?" Easy answer: It isn't as good. MB2 is an ideal purchase for those of us that need more levels, and the multiplayer games are indeed more fun by and large, but for singleplayer the original levels are the best by a long shot.

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Agreed....I never see any Sega games advertised.

 

We've seen what happens when Sega and Nintendo work together....they make games like F-Zero GX. I would love to see them work together on another big project. Unfortunately, with the recent purchase of a large stake of Sega by Sammy, I don't know what this means for Sega's future.

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