Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

Global Total as of 04th Oct 2014 (units): 0.81m
Platform: Xbox 360Also on: PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows
Developer: 38 Studios Genre: Role-Playing

USA First Ten Weeks (Units)

Week EndingWeekWeeklyChangeTotal
11th February 20121214,980N/A214,980
18th February 2012265,512-69.5%280,492
25th February 2012330,121-54.0%310,613
03rd March 2012412,204-59.5%322,817
10th March 201259,486-22.3%332,303
17th March 201268,285-12.7%340,588
24th March 201276,185-25.3%346,773
31st March 201286,2841.6%353,057
07th April 201299,38249.3%362,439
14th April 2012109,224-1.7%371,663

USA Annual Summary (Units)

YearYearlyChangeTotal
2012422,720N/A422,720
201335,705-91.6%458,425
201412,858-64.0%471,283

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Comments

Mr Puggsly (on 15 July 2014)
I finally got around to playing and
completing this game. The story wasn't
particularly noteworthy, but the God of
War style hack n' slash games was
great. I mostly focused on the main
quests and completed it in 23
hours.

I'd recommend it to people
that enjoy games like Elder Scrolls and
Fable.
pots555 (on 03 September 2012)
Such a good game. I can't believe it
didn't sell more units.
T.Rexington (on 23 July 2012)
I agree with Pugs, the game can hit 2
million but it'll still be a flop
because it failed to sell 2 million when
it was $60 on retail, the most important
time of a game's life. Just because
they move units at $5-$20 doesn't mean
it's gonna be profitable at the end of
the day.
usrevenge (on 16 July 2012)
probably one of the best games this
year. it deserved more. I think they
tried to hard on the story and pushed
the budget way higher then it needed to
be.
Mr Puggsly (on 20 June 2012)
@ Horrorfest - Most big budget MMOs fail
or get lost in obscurity. Just like this
game.

So I fail to see your point.
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