So I was thinking about this the other day while at a Black Friday sale.
The whole 'Nintendo games should price drop more' argument is eternal in how much it does or does not cause problems, and with the Ubisoft managed Mario Rabbids we finally have a measure of the sales potential. Hmmm...
7.5 million players as it was said earlier this year, which is different from sales. Which makes it a bit.....tricky to really read. I mean, might even be 4 million new and 3.5 million used copies.
Probably not, but wonder what this proves or not.
Mario Rabbids, if all those 7.5 were new, would match what MHR and Mario + Bowser have done in a year and is somewhat close to Luigi's Mansion in and around 9-10 millions and in the ballpark of Mario Maker 2. Of course....well I guess the question is 'how much would this game have sold at 60 USD constantly' is a bit hard to figure out.
The Democratic Nintendo fan....is that a paradox? I'm fond of one of the more conservative companies in the industry, but I vote Liberally and view myself that way 90% of the time?