2 Million?! Nintendo states 390,000 for the US version INCLUDING eShop sales. That is, in no way remotely worth bragging about.
That was a long time ago. Like seriously, that was at least 6 months ago. It's now closer to 450k for US retail alone. That's more than the worldwide sales of the best selling portable Mario Golf. This isn't about bragging rights, this is about comparing Fire Emblem to Mario Golf. Guess what? Even fewer people give a shit about golf than a strategy RPG.