Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Muramasa tops 100,000 in Japan

The remake of the Wii game seems to have found a spiritual home on the Vita with a combined total of downloads and physical copies over 100,000 sales, as announced by the game's Twitter account. As of last week Oboro Muramasa had sold 67,000 boxed copies, so assuming 70,000 by this week, that's 30,000 digital sales, which will make a handy comparison point for how much of the Vita's sales are online-over store-purchased.

And the game is headed west fairly soon, in June thanks to Aksys, so should continue to do the business with lots of good things being said about the lovingly crafted visuals.

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