Those are great numbers for Reflex if true.
Mmm, i would be that sure about it, the Call of Duty on Wii is not that great, i know their second itineration might have hurt their sales, but 500K compared to the 1.5M the other releases had may seem too little.
I would call it great numbers if they top at least 1.0 million (which is unlikely)
Here's BioShock. A game that came out later on the PS3. I think something around 1 year later but I'm not totally sure. It sold 1/5th on the PS3.
Now consider MW:R came out 2 years later and was previously on 2 systems instead of just 1.
Now consider that there are less PS3 and 360 owners than Wii/HD owners, which means there's probably way more overlap.
Now consider Wii games are not pre-ordered and bought up right away, but instead keep selling forever and ever and ever. After a nuclear holocaust all that's going to be left are cockroaches and people buying Mario Kart.
Given all of those elements, MW:R is doin fan-fucking-tastic.
I dont quite understand your point, you show me Bioshock figure and it goes like this:
PS3 sales: 0.48 MM
X360 sales: 2.42 MM
Total sales: 2.90 MM
Those are good numbers for a quite old game as you have said.
Now we have the VGChartz sales for CoD:MW Reflex at 0.67 MM, these numbers are quite high now, but i dont think they would be called that great compared to the same kind-of-old game that Bioshock was on the HD Games.
About the market figures for the HD twins vs Wii, i dont see this focus that relevant since they are almost equal at 50% for both sides. OK, may be the HD Twins would have an advantage for the hardcore gamers they have, but also the Wii has that Wii-forced-to-be-used control that people loves so much and they call it great for Action games.
To be honest, i would simply resume this saying that Bioshock have super-surpassed MWReflex.