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Loud_Hot_White_Box said:
~flame said:


Valkyria Largely Ignored by U.S. Gamers


Nevertheless, pockets of gamers admired the stylish PS3 exclusive for its unique look and interesting mix of real-time and turn-based tactics. Those fans might like to know that the game sold just 33K units in the U.S. during November, according to NPD Group.

Valkyria Chronicles released on November 4 in the U.S. The title first shipped in Japan in late April, where it performed much better, shifting 77K units in its first week.

Little bigPlanet:

Well, LBP moved 141,000 units in the United States during November 2008, according to figures provided to Gamasutra by the NPD Group. The title had debuted eighth in the October console software sales charts with 215,000 units sold.


Yeah, several of the MS-bought JRPGs were largely ignored by Japanese gamers.


And MS actually paid big money to get those exclusives, unlike Sony with Valkyria.




Who cares if MS bought them or not you have no PROOF they did just assumptions i really don't give a crap if MS paid them to get those games, Keep throwing those Miilions MS i'm enjoying those JRPG on my 360, you seem butt hurt MS(assuming) there paying big money for those games.



Playing Assassin's Creed and Resident evil 5 <3

I dont want to be fanboy anymore...Why? it takes to much work but i will call on ppl on there B.S!!!:)