Why do I need to "open my eyes" to a game that was a mandatory sale with a console being equal a game that is a mandatory sale to another console?
It's that simple.
As I told someone else, you can call Wii Sports a phenomenom as much as you like, the fact it sold as a mandatory part of the Wii outside of Japan is the only fact that matters to the point I'm making.
I'm not the one picking up straws here.
As I pointed out in my other post, there is clear and convincing evidence that Wii Sports would be one of the top selling games ever with or without bundling. To ignore the evidence that most, people who owned Wii Sports wanted to own Wii Sports is to be willfully ignorant.
The point of comparing sales is to compare relative success of games. Aside from potentially scoring a point on a technicality for Sony fans, there's no logical reason for comparison. The fact that two games are both bundled does not preclude logical unbiased individuals from concluding that Wii Sports' success will absolutely dwarf that of Astro's Playroom, rendering a comparison pointless. Up to you if you're going to be a part of that group.Last edited by JWeinCom - on 21 September 2020