'Tis the season for financial results. In keeping with the trend, Namco Bandai released theirs tonight, and amidst all the bean-counting, also revealed some sales figures for their tentpole franchises.
The company as a whole (remember, Namco Bandai do arcade machines, toys and cartoons) ended the quarter with a net income of ¥9,019,000,000 (USD$100 million), so on the off chance you're a shareholder, your money's still good.
More interesting to us are some global sales figures found towards the end of the company's earnings release. They show the following games shifted the following number of units:
Soul Calibur IV - 2.26 million copies
Dragon Ball Z Burst Limit - 730,000
WE SKI - 590,000
Gundam Musou 2 - 590,000
Active Life Outdoor Challenge - 550,000
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3 - 530,000
Super Robot Wars Z - 510,000
Taiko Drum Master for DS 2 - 500,000
Mobile Suit Gundam Gundam VS. Gundam - 440,000
Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3 - 420,000