Resident Evil HD Remaster is the most sold in 2015 in digital format
That Resident Evil is one of those franchises that have pull everyone knows, but to the point of becoming a complete success for a remastered with almost 20 years standing version, surely it was imagined too. So Capcom, do not know if they saw it coming, I want to congratulate us now for the milestone.
The fact is that Resident Evil HD Remaster has become the best selling game in the US and Europe in digital format all so far this year, and that it reached the ‘stores’ last January 20, which has not had much time to properly exploit its full potential. Or is it? The day of its release got to be top seller on PlayStation Store.
So happy are in Capcom who have gone to the media with a video posted a few hours ago, where Yoshiaki Hirabyashi comes to thank users who have relied on this new Resident Evil, buying it and making that was the first of many successes we have planned for this year.
The producer of the game came on to say that “It is important to see so many positive reviews from fans who enjoyed this release [… …] The team at Capcom Japan made a hard to bring the game to the new generation work and we are impressed by how people received him. ”
What if their numbers? Nope. Just the joy of success that one of the major flaws of the digital world, in its aspect of sales in that format, is the lack of transparency from companies that do not want to say many times how many downloads have occurred. And it’s not just a problem of Capcom, or Sony, or Microsoft, but all that seems to still have feared that they know how much sold on PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, Steam or whatever.
Fear of the ‘retail’ lifelong physical stores get angry? Fear of offices have companies spread throughout the territories of the world?