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Forums - Nintendo Discussion - Fire Emblem: Three Houses sold 800,000 digital units in July, best digital launch in franchise history

Numbers coming from SuperData who "of course" had access to info from Nintendo themselves ... GET OUT !

I know the game has probably better digital sales than usual title on the console because of the shortages of physical copies in a lot of places but c'mon ! This is almost pure guess work.
I'd be happy to be proven wrong.



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Nope. Not buying it. Would be awesome if it was actually true, but it isn't.



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Oh, Superdata.....

Yeahhhh, gonna wait for a more reliable source.



My (locked) thread about how difficulty should be a decision for the developers, not the gamers.

https://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=241866&page=1

800k as total sales including physical and digital WW will make more sense. This is too high



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If they said '800k since release', it would've been more plausible since there's a lot of signs that point to unusually high digital sales for this game: high eShop rankings since release, low availability of physical copies and the voucher program.



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Nautilus said:
Oh, Superdata.....

Yeahhhh, gonna wait for a more reliable source.

Aside from Nintendo themselves, Superdata is the most reliable source.  It's the NPD of digital.



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No, NPD actually has official sales info. SuperData isn't reliable in the least.



SpokenTruth said:
Nautilus said:
Oh, Superdata.....

Yeahhhh, gonna wait for a more reliable source.

Aside from Nintendo themselves, Superdata is the most reliable source.  It's the NPD of digital.

Not even close.I dont remember the exact examples, and Im too lazy to research right now, but Superdata has been incredibly unreliable on the recent past.I remember one instance that they revised their number three times.I dont remember what it was, but it was gaming related.



My (locked) thread about how difficulty should be a decision for the developers, not the gamers.

https://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=241866&page=1

I choose to believe those numbers because they are so good.



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Idk if the chart and data are true, but I can see great numbers for the digital sales thanks to the Voucher program.