Skylanders Giants

Global Total as of 19th Jul 2014 (units): 2.36m
Platform: WiiAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Microsoft Windows
Developer: Toys for Bob Genre: Action

Comments (9)


curl-6 (on 12 May 2013)
2 million! (Total here hasn't been updated, but click "global" and you'll see) Pretty damn good for a third party Wii game released in late 2012.
Salnax (on 30 April 2013)
Over 50% of the game's sales are for the Wii. And with 4 million sales certain, it's possible that the third Skylanders will receive at very least a Wii port.
ganoncrotch (on 04 January 2013)
@curl-6
I think the fact that the Wiiu is 100% backwards compatible tho does still allow the chances for more Wii software to get to the 1million mark, there will be a lot of people considering the Wiiu who didn't own a Wii and would give a boost to some of the older wii games which they felt they missed out on last gen.

As for this game tho.... my god it's like Crack activision found a way of selling DLC to kids, fucking genius... also great game :D
curl-6 (on 30 November 2012)
I wouldn't be surprised if Nintendo does cut support 100%; they've already said they won't make any more Wii games,. Add to that third party support has dried up, and the Wii U is backwards compatible. I just don't see a future for the Wii passed this December.
T.Rexington (on 29 November 2012)
Yeah, I don't see this being the last Wii million seller unless Nintendo cuts the support for the console 100% the way MS did for the xbox. Fact is, Wii is still a sales contender and will probably be super cheap competition to the Wii U until it gets discontinued. Either way, Nintendo is making money off this bad boy and games like Skylanders Giants, Just Dance 4, and Epic Mickey Two are gonna do fine in the sales department once it's all said and done.
curl-6 (on 08 November 2012)
Hmm, maybe, but Wii support has been all but dropped already, in a year's time it might be long forgotten by devs.
cunger (on 08 November 2012)
I doubt it will be the last. They will keep releasing Just Dance games for it for some time i would think.
curl-6 (on 08 November 2012)
I'd say it's almost certainly THE last.
Arfen (on 04 November 2012)
it seems will be one of tha lasts Wii's million sellers

Comments

curl-6 (on 12 May 2013)
2 million! (Total here hasn't been
updated, but click "global" and
you'll see) Pretty damn good for a
third party Wii game released in late
2012.
Salnax (on 30 April 2013)
Over 50% of the game's sales are for
the Wii. And with 4 million sales
certain, it's possible that the third
Skylanders will receive at very least a
Wii port.
ganoncrotch (on 04 January 2013)
@curl-6
I think the fact that the Wiiu
is 100% backwards compatible tho does
still allow the chances for more Wii
software to get to the 1million mark,
there will be a lot of people
considering the Wiiu who didn't own a
Wii and would give a boost to some of
the older wii games which they felt they
missed out on last gen.

As for this
game tho.... my god it's like Crack
activision found a way of selling DLC to
kids, fucking genius... also great game
:D
curl-6 (on 30 November 2012)
I wouldn't be surprised if Nintendo
does cut support 100%; they've already
said they won't make any more Wii
games,. Add to that third party support
has dried up, and the Wii U is backwards
compatible. I just don't see a future
for the Wii passed this December.
T.Rexington (on 29 November 2012)
Yeah, I don't see this being the last
Wii million seller unless Nintendo cuts
the support for the console 100% the way
MS did for the xbox. Fact is, Wii is
still a sales contender and will
probably be super cheap competition to
the Wii U until it gets discontinued.
Either way, Nintendo is making money off
this bad boy and games like Skylanders
Giants, Just Dance 4, and Epic Mickey
Two are gonna do fine in the sales
department once it's all said and done.
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