Rex Kramer wrote:IAmTheSaladMan wrote:Rex Kramer wrote:Ironhide wrote:The limited print run didn't help matters either.
I just find it baffling that a good game can get such a pathetic launch yet throwaway tosh like Wii Fit got a huge marketing campaign and almost universal praise, especially given Nintendo's sluggish release schedule for first party games.
Honestly I can't believe Nintendo remain in business when they treat 'core' gamers like gooseberry fool.
I think the fact Wii Fit sold over 20 million copies probably suggests Nintendo picked the right horse to stick their advertising budget on.
Since a copy of Wii Sports came bundled with every Wii sold outside of Japan aren't its sales figures are a bit skewed surely?
That's as maybe, but I can safely say that even if Nintendo had chucked enormous amounts of cash at Fire Emblem, it still wouldn't have sold anywhere near Wii Fit's numbers.
Yeah but if they bundled it with every Wii it would.
EDIT: Ignore me, I misread your original post and thought you were talking about Wii Sports