Dragon’s Dogma breaks 1 million sales

Capcom’s stab at the open-world RPG, Dragon’s Dogma, has sold over 1 million units, according to the company’s recent  three-month financial report.

Dragon’s Dogma is “performing well, particularly in Japan,” details the financial report, which lists data from April to June. GamerNode’s Dragon’s Dogma review praised the game for its enjoyable crafting and combat, but criticized it for the underwhelming story and setting, concluding that “Dragon’s Dogma may not be the next genre-defining RPG but it is an undeniably pleasurable experience.”

The financial report also details the three-month sales of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, which sold a less laudable 450,000 units. GamerNode called Operation Racoon City “an acceptable co-op shooter,” but was otherwise underwhelmed.


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Aled has served with distinction as a UNSC Spartan, become a Pokemon master, and saved the kingdom/world/galaxy more times than he can remember. Mixing a passion for gaming with a passion for writing since he was a child, Aled will play anything and everything he can get his hands on. When he isn’t trawling through virtual worlds or pawing at a keyboard to make words happen, he plays Ultimate Frisbee.

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