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Mar1217 said:
JEMC said:

True. But when a company says that a game has disappointing sales, it means that it hasn't reached the sales they expected, and while the term flop is usually used only for games with abysmal sales, some also use it in games that fail to reach the expected sales.

Or a company that goes out to expect way more they should've ever in the first place. 

Case in point, Square Enix. Also on a technical level, M+R Sparks of Hope was their major 2022 title so I guess they really wanted the game to punch above it's expected weight.

Yeah, S-E did that a lot with Tomb Raider and the other western games they published.

Please excuse my bad English.

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