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Square Enix Targeting To Sell Six Million Copies of FF XIII

Having sold nearly four million copies just in Japan of Dragon Quest IX, they are setting their sights even higher for the next mainline entry in their other wildly popular series.

Square Enix announced today that they are hoping to sell over six million copies worldwide of Final Fantasy XIII.

With Final Fantasy XII selling through six million copies worldwide, Square Enix predicts that XIII can easily be as successful.

The company has already shipped four million copies of Dragon Quest IX, and has sold through nearly every copy. Yoichi Wada, President of Square Enix is predicting that they will reach five million in sales by year end in Japan.


 

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Lukasz Balicki Staff Alumnus

09/29/2009 at 01:29 PM

Good luck with that. FF XIII is PS3 exclusive in Japan, all 360 RPGs flopped practically worldwide. I suspect that a bulk of the FF:XIII sales will be on PS3 worldwide.

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