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Kid Icarus: Uprising sells 140,000 in eight days

The NDP may not be as forthcoming with sales figures as it once was, but it has revealed the early sales numbers of March's Kid Icarus: Uprising. It managed to move 140,000 units in the eight days between its launch and the end of the month, making it one of the top ten selling platform-specific versions of a game last month. (Exactly where in that top ten list Uprising places remains a mystery.)

The NDP also says that Resident Evil: Revelaitons, which came out in February, moved 122,000 copies during the month of March. It's not clear if it was also one of the top ten games of the month. Either way, it's a good time to be a 3DS game.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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