Let's crunch some numbers!
To start off the PS Vita has sold half a million in America. Uncharted has sold .18 million in America according to vgchartz. That means 36% of Vita owners bought Uncharted. However, what about digital? At least for me 70% of my PSN friends with a Vita have Uncharted. So using these numbers we can say Uncharted has roughly a 1 to 1 ratio of physical to digital. So we can say it has been downloaded about 170 thousand times. Sadly people who download the free demo can rate it but it has right over 4,000. This meansonly about 2 percent have rated the game who bought it. So for every other big game I think 10 percent is a good lowball.
If this 1 to 1 ratio were remotelly near the truth, Sony would have bragged about it.
Not when it still means only .36 million sales. I know this sounds wrong but the data doesn't lie. Could everyone else also post the percent of their American friends with Uncharted? Either Colorado loves Uncharted, vgchartz has it undertraked, or my post is correct.
Sony would have told us something in the last NPD PR, instead of bragging of Skype, a MS product. If you talk of Skype, that means you don't have something better to talk about, and a 70% attach ratio is something to brag about.