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2017 10/23 – 10/29 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 4 13,470 13,470 1 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v6
2 9 2,928 2,928 1 Katsugeki Touken Ranbu v4
3 13 1,756 1,756 1 Owarimonogatari Season 2 v1 (Mayoi Hell)
4 15 1,672 1,672 1 Senki Zesshou Symphogear AXZ v2
5 17 1,574 1,574 1 Natsume Yuujin-chou Roku v5
6 22 1,454 1,454 1 Saiyuuki Reload Blast v3
8 26 1,251 1,251 1 Starmyu Season 2 v5
10 28 12 1,160 325,662 14 Kimi no Na wa. RE
12 31 14 1,040 14,570 4 Meitantei Conan Movie 21: Karakurenai no Love Letter RE
13 35 887 887 1 Hitorijime My Hero v2
14 39 833 833 1 Youkai Watch DVD Box v8
17 44 25 756 17,955 4 Meitantei Conan Movie 21: Karakurenai no Love Letter LE
18 45 753 753 1 Oushitsu Kyoushi Haine v5
19 48 729 729 1 Gyakusatsu Kikan
21 50 643 643 1 Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭ v4
22 52 623 623 1 Eromanga-sensei v5
23 60 33 549 26,539 7 Kono Sekai no Katasumi ni
24 63 498 498 1 sin Nanatsu no Taizai v5
25 67 425 425 1 Vatican Kiseki Chousakan v2
26 68 116 420 14,637 10 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v5
27 69 44 419 107,272 172 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
28 74 406 406 1 Made in Abyss v1
29 78 395 395 1 New Game!! v2
30 80 389 389 1 Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records v5
83 376 376 1 Isekai Shokudou v2
91 340 340 1 Hajimete no Gal v2
97 54 317 9,687 5 Sword Art Online Ordinal Scale RE
99 52 312 7,297 5 Kuroko no Basuke: Last Game RE
199 199 1 Mahoujin Guruguru (2017) v1
138 138 1 Inazuma Delivery v1
119 119 1 Shoukoku no Altair v1
118 118 1 Pikotarou no Lullaby Lullaby

Other releases (concerts etc)
33 1 913 22,327 2 Touken Ranbu: Giden Akatsuki no Dokuganryuu (stage play)
96 320 320 1 Take Me To The Chiver: Taniyama Kishou no Rock na Kyuujitsu
224 224 1 Endou Masaaki Live Tour 2017: V6Too-sama

2017 10/16 – 10/22 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 19,835 19,835 1 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v6
2 3 14,818 14,818 1 Owarimonogatari Season 2 v1 (Mayoi Hell)
3 4 14,034 14,034 1 Senki Zesshou Symphogear AXZ v2
4 7 7,676 7,676 1 Katsugeki Touken Ranbu v4
5 9 5,908 5,908 1 Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭ v4
6 11 5,381 5,381 1 Eromanga-sensei v5
7 12 5,008 5,008 1 Princess Principal v2
8 13 4,911 4,911 1 Made in Abyss v1
9 14 4,711 4,711 1 Gyakusatsu Kikan LE
10 16 3,529 3,529 1 BanG Dream! v6
11 18 3,264 3,264 1 New Game!! v2
12 20 3,008 3,008 1 Knight's & Magic v1
13 21 2,690 2,690 1 Natsume Yuujin-chou Roku v5
14 22 2,436 2,436 1 Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru. Zoku BD Box
15 23 2,131 2,131 1 Starmyu Season 2 v5
16 25 2,019 2,019 1 sin Nanatsu no Taizai v5
17 26 1,995 1,995 1 Saiyuuki Reload Blast v3
18 28 1,901 1,901 1 Re:Creators v5
19 31 1,685 1,685 1 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Stardust Crusaders BD Box
20 33 1,499 1,499 1 Shingeki no Bahamut Virgin Soul v2
34 1,436 1,436 1 Gyakusatsu Kikan RE
36 1,392 1,392 1 Isekai Shokudou v2
37 6 1,357 11,420 2 Frame Arms Girl v4
38 1,354 1,354 1 Shuumatsu Nani Shitemasu ka? Isogashii desu ka? Sukutte Moratte Ii desu ka? v5
40 1,350 1,350 1 Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records v5
42 1,252 1,252 1 Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka Gaiden: Sword Oratoria v5
46 1,138 1,138 1 Hajimete no Gal v2
48 1,060 1,060 1 Mugen no Ryvius BD Box
49 973 973 1 Hinako Note v4
50 967 967 1 Gamers! v2
56 29 797 270,891 14 Kimi no Na wa. RE
59 713 713 1 Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism v5
60 695 695 1 Vatican Kiseki Chousakan v2
62 665 665 1 To Aru Majutsu no Index BD BOX (re-release)
63 30 664 97,969 5 Sword Art Online Ordinal Scale LE
65 656 656 1 Hitorijime My Hero v2
67 632 632 1 Oushitsu Kyoushi Haine v5
68 615 615 1 To Aru Majutsu no Index II BD BOX (re-release)
69 608 608 1 Mahoujin Guruguru (2017) v1
72 574 574 1 Pripara Season.3 Blu-ray BOX-1
73 572 572 1 Clockwork Planet v5
74 34 564 16,147 4 Meitantei Conan Movie 21: Karakurenai no Love Letter LE
81 9 501 5,680 2 Yoru wa Mijikashi Arukeyo Otome LE
84 491 491 1 Alice to Zouroku v2
87 40 438 28,673 7 Kono Sekai no Katasumi ni RE
92 146 371 21,266 10 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v5
93 370 370 1 Netsuzou TRap -NTR- v2
232 232 1 Shoukoku no Altair v1
200 200 1 Inazuma Delivery v1
125 125 1 Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman BD Box
97 97 1 Warau Salesman New

Other releases (concerts etc)
70 589 589 1 Endou Masaaki Live Tour 2017: V6Too-sama
75 559 559 1 Trinity Seven Special Event: Bishoujo Mahoushi to Natsuyasumi (live event)
97 39 331 33,684 5 Love Live! Sunshine!! Aqours First LoveLive!: Step! Zero to One


Fall update:

Summer update:
Owarimono s2 v1 sells 14818/1756, total 16,574. 27.8%/34.6% overestimated. Huh, definitely below what I expected. This is the first Monogatari disc ever to open below 20k, and it wasn’t even close either. Much more overestimated than is normal for Monogatari discs.

Made in Abyss v1 sells 4911/406, total 5,317. 8.1%/65.0% underestimated. Event ticket. I thought it might open closer to 5.5-6k but this is at least still above the minimum estimate (w/high price penalty) of 4,788. In any case, that final episode boost probably doubled the sales it would have otherwise gotten. I don’t think it’ll have much of a tail but maybe it could hit 6k at some point. Will probably average a bit over 5k since there’s only one more volume to go.

Knight’s & Magic v1 sells 3,008. 57.9% underestimated, due to the high price penalty. BD-only release.

Guruguru 2017 v1 sells 608/199, total 807. 42.0%/57.0% overestimated. Event ticket.

Altair v1 sells 232/119, total 351. 134.3%/91.9% underestimated. Event ticket.

Symphogear s4 v2 sells 14034/1672, total 15,706. Slightly below s3v2wk1, so it may not repeat v1’s increase. But it’s only a tiny 350 behind.

Katsugeki Tourabu v4 sells 7676/2928, total 10,604.

Pripri v2 sells 5,008 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Only being down 400 BDs despite dropping a mobage code is pretty good, and while DVDs didn’t rank, they only did 215 in v1 anyway. Probably won’t have the 1.5k tail v1 did though. An average above 5k looks very likely for this show at any rate.

New Game s2 v2 sells 3264/395, total 3,659. This may not even average 4k, what a shame.

Saiyuuki Blast v3 sells 1995/1454, total 3,449.

Isekai Shokudou v2 sells 1392/376, total 1,768. For what it’s worth, that’s a 15% increase on v1wk1 and neither had an event ticket.

Hitorijime v2 sells 656/887, total 1,543.

Hajimete no Gal v2 sells 1138/340, total 1,478.

Vatican v2 sells 695/425, total 1,120.

Gamers v2 sells 967 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Netsuzou v2, final volume, sells 370 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 382.

Vol. 1s not ranked in either format:
2017/10/25 Konbini Kareshi v1
2017/10/27 Clione no Akari v1

Past seasons:
Warau Salesman New sells 97 BDs, DVDs do not rank. 22.4% overestimated. One-shot box, so Series average: 97.

Granblue v6 sells 19835/13470, total 33,305. It did see a bump, tho not quite as much as the estimate implied. It just ended up more overestimated. Still, 5-6k higher than v5wk1.
v5 adds 371/420, total 35,903. BD ranked for the first time since wk4, filling in 1,352 discs.

Saekano s2 v4 sells 5908/643, total 6,551.

Eromanga-sensei v5 sells 5381/623, total 6,004.

Natsume s6 v5, final volume, sells 2690/1574, total 4,264. Series average: 4,726. First Natsume season to average below 5k, though it could get there if it makes it into the per-series yearly rankings. That bumped s5’s average (6,148) by over 800.

Bang Dream v6 sells 3,529. BD-only release.

Starmyu s2 v5 sells 2131/1251, total 3,382.

sin Nanatai v5 sells 2019/498, total 2,517.

Re:Creators v5 sells 1,901 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Akashic Records v5 sells 1350/389, total 1,739.

Bahamut s2 v2 sells 1,499 BDs. DVDs on that weird offset schedule but they’ll never rank anyway. Huge 56% drop on v1, even bigger than the s1 drop.

Haine v5 sells 632/753, total 1,385.

Sukasuka v5 sells 1,354 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Sword Oratoria v5 sells 1,252 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Hinako Note v4, final volume, sells 973 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 1,346.

Busou Shoujo v5 sells 713 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Clockwork Planet v5 sells 572 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Alizou v2, final volume, sells 491. Two-BD box release, with DVD singles that will never rank and thus can be ignored. Series average: 511.

Frame Arms Girl v4, final volume, adds 1357, total 11,420. Series average: 9,555.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Gyakusatsu Kikan sells 4711/1436 BDs, 729 DVDs, total 6,876.

Oregairu s2 BD Box sells 2,436.

Jojo Stardust Crusaders BD Box sells 1,685.

Mugen no Ryvius BD Box sells 1,060. This was an Amazon exclusive release.

Index s1 BD Box sells 665. Re-release, first box was in 2013.

Index s2 BD Box sells 615. Re-release, first box was in 2013.

SAO Ordinal Scale adds 664 LEBD/317 REDVD, total 142,623.

Kurobas Last Game adds 312 RE DVDs, total 41,229.


Upcoming Releases for 2017 10/30 – 11/05
2017/11/01 18if v2
2017/11/01 Boruto: Naruto Next Generations v1
2017/11/01 Free!: Timeless Medley Kizuna
2017/11/01 Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni. v3
2017/11/01 Minami-ke Tadaima BD Box
2017/11/01 Naruto Shippuuden: Konoha Hiden – Shuugen Biyori v2
2017/11/01 ONE PIECE 19th Season: Whole Cake Island v3
2017/11/02 High School! Kimengumi BD Box v1
2017/11/02 High School! Kimengumi BD Box v2
2017/11/02 Mister Ajikko BD Box
2017/11/02 Tenshi no 3P! v2
2017/11/02 Zero kara Hajimeru Mahou no Sho v4 (DVD single)
2017/11/03 Manga Nihon Emaki v5
2017/11/03 Manga Nihon Emaki v6

34 Responses to “2017 10/23 – 10/29 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Daemul says:

    I had to re-read the Owarimonogatari number several times because I thought my eyes were deceiving me.

    What on earth happened there?

    • something says:

      It was just more Amazon-heavy this time, for whatever reason. It’s still pretty crazy that it’s selling this much after 8 years though.

    • TasteyCookie says:

      I was pretty shocked to see Owari’s low numbers as well. I mean they are still fantastic numbers on the grand scheme of things. But I wonder if it will have any sort of tail since fans may have been buying the likes of Symphogear and the other heaver hitters which could have taken away sales.

      • something says:

        I think Monogatari is pretty immune to competition from other series at this point. After something like three dozen volumes and almost a hundred episodes plus three films, only the hardcore fanbase is left for the show anyway. There just aren’t many casuals to bleed off at this point. Therefore, any decline is probably the hardcore fans finally moving on. Or dying of old age.

        This week does feel slightly low across the board, just like some weeks feel slightly high across the board. The former usually means slightly better wk2s and the latter slightly worse wk2s than expected, so it’s possible we’ll see a decent wk2. But Monogatari isn’t super back-loaded anymore, so it may be a stretch to see v1 get to 20k. Not impossible unless something really funky went on wk1, though.

  2. Kyarakira says:

    Are BD Box re releases ever expected to sell as much or be in close proximity as the initial?

    • something says:

      Nope, that’s extremely rare. Most fans will buy the original release, and there’s rarely a reason to double-dip. And by the time a box comes out, your show has often been over for a couple years. If a box sells even half what the original did, that would be exceptionally strong, and also very rare.

  3. Papa Shango says:

    OK so Made In Abyss is slightly disappointing but I have seen many Japanese people commenting that its OST is selling very well there and was almost sold out recently.That is some good news as well.

    • something says:

      These days, it’s hard to see an anime that didn’t come from a huge franchise selling 5k as anything other than kinda impressive. The really wacky Stalker rankings during the top 10 run may have briefly hinted at greater expectations, but this is still really solid. With high price items it’s really interesting how some are heavily underestimated, while others are pretty spot on – this just means that MIA was significantly more Amazon-biased than, say, Knight’s & Magic, another high price item release this week that beat its own estimates to a much greater degree.

    • TremorAcePV says:

      I also want to point out that the Nanachi figurines *just **keep ***selling out.

      Estimates I’ve drawn from for how much the Studio gets VS what people spend on Anime merchandise domestically (i.e. in Japan) gives me the following numbers:

      Studios make ~5.98% of all Oversea sales as revenue.

      Note: This is a vague statistic since it is effectively combining all merchandising, movies, tv, video, music, internet distribution, and live entertainment from Overseas into one percentage. Domestic sale percentages likely don’t translate to the same for overseas due to different contracts and agreements therein.

      ~12.79% so studios make 12.79% of all Music sales in Japan.
      ~4.45% – Merchandise
      ~5.64% – TV
      Note: This is licensing fees only.

      ~15.63% – Video
      ~49.25% – Movie
      Note: This is exclusively ticket sales.

      ~25.17% – Internet Distribution
      Note: This is streaming services.

      If you need sources for these numbers, it’s just “limited sense” numbers over “broad sense” numbers listed here: http://aja.gr.jp/english/japan-anime-data

      Between the OST selling well, the Nanachi figures selling out regularly, the anime having decent numbers, and the Studio/Mangaka being all for a second season, I’d say the chances are above average.

      • something says:

        The huge caveat I’d place on this is that the percentage will vary wildly from studio to studio. It’s quite reasonable to assume that a massive chunk of the “limited sense” overseas studio numbers is from a handful of companies like Toei with popular overseas franchises (e.g. Dragonball, One Piece, Sailor Moon). A studio still needs to be in control of the property to some extent (i.e. have a decent spot on the committee) to share in the revenues, whether domestic or overseas.

        • TremorAcePV says:

          Yes, this is very true. The “Overseas” stats need as many “caveats” as it can get. Though these numbers are the best we can get for answering “how do my purchases help these specific content creators?”

          From the PDF at that link, there are 622 Animation Studios accounted for in this report. Doesn’t change what you’ve said. Just more information regarding the “thoroughness” of it.

      • Zhou says:

        Right now, I believe the biggest obstacle to a second season of Made in Abyss is the fact that there isn’t enough source material for another 12-13 episodes yet. To make matters worse, the manga is on hiatus until next year.

      • Anonymous says:

        I don’t get it. Isn’t this applied to the sources of revenue for the market as a whole and not where _studios_ are getting their money from? Wouldn’t all this then be applied to the companies in the production committees and not the studios themselves, since they vary rarely fund anime and just get contracted to make them? I mean why would a studio make money from music sales or merchandise when they have nothing to do with either of those, for example. Music is produced by a record label and merchandise are produced by toy companies (which often aren’t even involved in the production of an anime and just pay to license an IP and produce toys). The only way studios would see money from, say, music sales is if they were a part of the committee and part of their contracted included a % of royalties from music sales.

        Also doesn’t this PDF look at the _entire_ industry which would include kids anime, mainstream box office titles, and prime-time evening television? Pretty sure most of the overseas numbers would be from things like Pokemon, Dragon Ball, One Piece, etc and big box office hits like Kimi no Na Wa (this made nearly $100 mil in China alone). While merchandise would be from ridiculously popular series like Precure, One Piece, etc (let’s face it, most series aren’t really pumping out merchandise like kids series do, even this producer said merchandise sales don’t matter that much compared to disc sales for late night anime http://yaraon-blog.com/archives/70493 )

        I’m just trying to understand this report because it feels like its comparing apples and oranges and isn’t really applicable in this case. That and I think this is talking about companies that fund anime and not the studios that actually animate them.

        • something says:

          “I don’t get it. Isn’t this applied to the sources of revenue for the market as a whole and not where _studios_ are getting their money from?”
          The report is so high level that it’s hard to answer a lot of these questions. But they do have two primary charts, early in the report, one of which is specifically about the finances of anime studios. But it provides little context beyond that.

          Most studios are making most of their money via what they’re paid to do their job, and that’s it. We have to keep in mind that when the report says there are over 600 studios, most of those are *not* primary anime production studios. Only 160 studios account for lead production roles across every series I’ve ever tracked, and of those the top 10 account for 35% of series. The top 50 account for 81% of tracked series.

          Of course I don’t track all shows, especially the ton of short kids/family shows that air each season. You know, the ones you never see licensed/streamed/fansubbed/discussed or even acknowledged anywhere outside of anime season charts. But the main reason for the report’s huge number is that anime is supported by an army of outsourcing studios that handle bits and pieces of many different shows. Almost no shows are done entirely in-house at the primary studio.

          So I think it’s extremely difficult to know what the second table of “limited sense” studio numbers mean. An outsourcing studio, which is the vast majority of studios, isn’t going to see revenue from things like international licensing or pachinko or manga. They’re going to be paid a fee to do their work and then sent on their way. And heck that’s how it sometimes it for the primary animation studio too. Like you said, you gotta be on that committee to expect a share of anything.

          So you’re right, like I was getting into in my earlier reply, the vast majority of the revenues reflected in that second chart are probably going to very few studios. And even studios involved in internationally popular shows may not be directly benefiting if that’s not how the contracts are written.

  4. Tuna says:

    All those people wanted their voiced Gran’s and Lyria’s, though based on my playing I seem to be running into a ton of these players, so I wonder if only 30K people actually have the disc (as if theres truly 19mln accounts, and only 30K buyers…too much thinking). Lets see if swimsuits perform the best.

    Pleasantly surprised by Knight’s & Magic, I was afraid itd be one of the other LNs anime that barely even chart. Its one of the LN anime I wish we got more of since it was great (and sound effects in mecha OPs, I live for this). Western wise, where the LNs at YenPress :(

    • something says:

      Well the actual sales are definitely always higher than Oricon reports, and I’d imagine most of the 19 million accounts aren’t actively playing. People who buy the BDs for the codes are going to be the most active players and thus the ones you’d encounter most, I guess?

  5. SheeP-kei says:

    It really is a shame that New Game!! is selling worst then season one. It was a very compelling season, maybe people didn’t care for how the story changed? I mean I’m glad it’s still even selling at all but man what a disappointment.(I would contribute to those numbers if I could but I’ll already limited by what I preordered months ago).

    • Nobody says:

      I bought the first season BDs (and managed to get the DVD for the OVA, despite not living in Japan), and have the second season on pre-order… but yeah, there was a distinct change in feel in the second season. The first season felt more light hearted and fun, whereas the second season had much more drama and stress to it. I imagine myself re-watching the first season more than the second.

  6. Maieski says:

    Will sukasuka numbers be released later?

    • something says:

      Yes, this is just the preliminary ranking. The full rankings come out on Thursdays or Fridays. Sukasuka will probably do the usual 1.3-1.4k again.

  7. Ed says:

    Ouch. It’s kinda of sad that Guruguru sold so little. I expected it to do more well because of nostalgia.

  8. Leopricorn says:

    It was expected Bahamut s2 to drop, the animation quality was good but the story was a disappointment, the plot had absolutely no sense so Im not surprised the sales are this low

  9. Mikaze says:

    Do you know how much has Quartet Night Live Evolution sold so far (BD/DVD was released two weeks ago, I think)? That was the concert-event ticket frenzy last year which led to 140k singles sold.

    • something says:

      I don’t recall ever seeing it on the charts, which I think has been the case for a few Utapri concert discs in the past. I believe they’re Animate-exclusive, right? While Oricon does include Animate, Animate’s true exclusives (i.e. not store-exclusive editions of a wide release, but straight up “no other retailer sells this”) discs tend not to get into Oricon’s database at all, and thus don’t get reported.

      • Mikaze says:

        That’s too bad for us who are curious then.
        What do you think we can expect from Idolish7’s new anime? Based on available data the potential is definitely there for BD/DVD sales to be huge. The mobage has 2 million downloads as of August this year (same number as Ensemble Stars according on its most recent update, A3’s probably the most popular with 4 million though). Their latest album (Regality by Trigger) crossed the 40k mark last week according to Oricon, first album (i7 by idolish7) which was released late last year sold more than 60k. Quite impressive considering the high price point of these albums, deluxe-edition cost $80 (similar to BDs) while the normal edition’s $30, and none of them came with event tickets unlike say Walkure’s.
        The anime airing next year will have 17 episodes (weird number but probably an homage to “i7”) and its first concert event-ticket has already been announced. Can you draw any connection between music/mobage figures to BD/DVD sales? There’s probably room for more tickets to be announced later on too considering the number of episodes and just the size of its current monetizable fanbase, Macross Delta had two large-scale concert events if I recall.
        DL numbers: https://twitter.com/iD7Mng_Ogami/status/898922614940327936
        i7 sales: https://www20.atwiki.jp/keroro00innovator/?cmd=word&word=i7&type=&pageid=2990
        Regality sales: https://www20.atwiki.jp/keroro00innovator/?cmd=word&word=regality&type=&pageid=3537

        • something says:

          There’s never any way to guess at BD sales from an franchise’s size. There are just way, way too many factors in play.

          About all you can say is that it has the *potential* to do well, because there’s a large, established fanbase. But potential only matters if it’s realized. So maybe it could be huge! …or maybe not. Dunno!

  10. Flushme says:

    “s1v2wk1” should probably be “s3v2wk1” for Symphogear?

    Haven’t tracked last season, but still the drop comes as a surprise at this point, since V2 also has an event ticket for the probably more popular day of the two-day-live.

    • something says:

      Oh yeah definitely mean s3, not s1. Will fix.

      Which comes as a surprise, the v2 drop compared to v1? That’s normal. When multiple volumes have a ticket for the same event, the first volume with the ticket basically always sells better. Not everyone who is just in it for the ticket is willing to drop twice as much money on a chance.

      • Flushme says:

        Well, unless I got it wrong, v1’s event ticket was solely for day 1 of the concert, while v2’s event ticket was solely for day 2 of the concert. Two day concerts usually have the bigger special on the second day. See season 3, which announced a “series continuation” on day one, while “season 4 and 5” where only announced on the second day.

        • something says:

          Yeah, it’s pretty common to see a split ticket be afternoon/evening or day1/day2. But the earlier volume still always sells better.

  11. something says:

    Updated with the full list.

  12. AholePony says:

    Wow it’s really a dog eat dog world out there with disc sales these days. A show like Alice to Zouroku would have sold much more 10 years ago when there was less competition and people were still buying disks but in today’s world an average of 511, brutal. Of course it didn’t have the production values or depth of FliFla which also had dismal sales. Here’s to hoping these IP managed to find some $ in other avenues.

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