The Wonderful 101

Global Total as of 19th Jul 2014 (units): 0.22m
Platform: Wii U
Developer: Unknown Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.12m 51.6%
+ Europe: 0.05m 20.8%
+ Japan: 0.05m 21.4%
+ Rest of the World: 0.01m 6.1%
= Global 0.22m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
The Wonderful 101 NintendoEurope23rd August 2013Retail
The Wonderful 101 NintendoJapan24th August 2013Retail
The Wonderful 101 NintendoNorth America15th September 2013Retail

Game Overview

The Wonderful 101, initially known as P-100, is an action game that is developed by Platinum Games and published by Nintendo. It is exclusive to the Wii U and was released on August 23, 2013 in Europe, on August 24, 2013 in Japan and on September 15, 2013 in North America.

Earth has been invaded by giant aliens and the only ones who can save the planet are a group of mysterious heroes who each alone can't win against the aliens. These heroes together have unknown powers, which allow them to morph into objects like a sword to fight or even a ladder to climb up buildings. Across the city citizens cower in fear of their new invaders, but these regular joes can be recruited after saving them to join your forces to gain new powers and save the world.

http://gamewise.co/games/45918/The-Wonderful-101

Comments

DarkRPGamer007 (on 16 July 2014)
THIS is a perfect reason why Nintendo
doesn't make new IP's. Pikmin 3,
DKCTF, WWHD, 3D World, MK8, and even 3rd
party titles like Sonic Lost World and
Rayman Legends are beating this. If you
want to see more original content from
Nintendo go buy stuff that isn't Mario!
Maraccuda (on 16 July 2014)
BUY THIS GAME PEOPLE!
It was a blast
and is cheap to boot.
Gammalad (on 05 July 2014)
Wow this game should have sold a lot
better...if only Ninty advertised
it...the marketing potential for this
game was huge.
Pillow (on 01 June 2014)
this game will soon pass the first Baten
Kaitos game and that game had a sequel,
so I hope the same will happen with W101
DarkFury (on 24 April 2014)
This might give you an idea what sales
numbers it would take to get a sequel.
700K would make sales of Fire Emblem
game viable on WiiU, I would imagine
that is very close to what W101 needs to
do. Straight from Nintendo:
http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2013/07
/nintendo_wii_u_fire_emblem_would_need_t
o_sell_700k_to_justify_the_effort
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