Unit 13

Global Total as of 29th Dec 2018 (units): 0.53m
Platform: PlayStation Vita
Developer: Zipper Interactive Genre: Shooter

Total Units

North America: 0.25m 47.6%
+ Europe: 0.15m 27.9%
+ Japan: 0.04m 8.0%
+ Rest of the World: 0.09m 16.5%
= Global 0.53m

Release History

Unit 13 Sony Computer EntertainmentNorth America06th March 2012Retail
Unit 13 Sony Computer EntertainmentEurope07th March 2012Retail
Unit 13 Sony Computer EntertainmentJapan08th March 2012Retail

Game Overview

Unit 13 is a third-person shooter game developed by Zipper Interactive for the PlayStation Vita. It marks the last game from the studio before its close.

Playing similar to the SOCOM series, with the ability to complete objectives in any order within each mission. Some missions will allow the player to take any approach to accomplish a goal, while others have certain conditions, such as requiring stealth. All missions can be played co-operatively, and each mission features an unlockable "Dynamic" Mode, which changes objectives and objective locations, enemy weapons and locations, to random values and points in the environment.

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Mr Puggsly (on 14 January 2015)
@Procrastinato - Well Sony did see the
quality of the game and its pretty
average. There was little chance
something like this could be very
Procrastinato (on 31 January 2013)

Sony closed Zipper
before this game even had the chance to
post numbers -- obviously it had nothing
to do with this game, and everything to
do with previous games, and the change
in leadership at Sony at the time.

top of that, what's with you
recommending against this game, when it
was voted best shooter on the Vita by
most of the major online game sites last
year? Clearly the majority thinks it
fits the portable shooter bill better
than the other shooters on the
Vita,including Uncharted.
stuffmakesmelol (on 13 January 2013)
Numbers kind of went up for this game,
Kresnik (on 11 January 2013)
Adjusted up about 20-30k in the USA
based on December's NPD numbers.
Ganoncrotch (on 22 July 2012)
given that you are going to
want this sort of game to have a lot of
players and a big community to play it
with then this game isn't going to be
for you, given the slating its gotten
from reviewers and studios closure you
would just be relying on sony to host
the servers for this and with such low
sales they might not see it as a reason
to do so, given they've just shut down
a few of the older socum games

best bet if you liked
uncharted atm and want more of that sort
of game is to pick up gravity rush I'd
say mate, really meant to be a good
platformer with some new ideas in it.
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