Makes me wonder... did any of the people who bought it cheaply end up becoming WarioWare fans as a result? Are there any people on the forum who first got into the series with this deal?
If so, that'd be awesome to see!
Entirely anecdotal but when that sale happened, I suddenly saw a lot more comments from UK twitter users going "Wow I never played WarioWare before, but this game sure is fun!"...
¡Fenomenal! So great to see people trying out the best video game series of all time!
Note that this is only retail data.Wario Ware: Get It Together was the best-selling boxed game at UK retail last week, according to the latest GfK data.
The Nintendo Switch exclusive did not need to sell a lot to get to the top, and in fact it's one of the softer Switch game launches this year. Its boxed launch sales are below that of Miitopia, which debuted at No.2 back in May.
Funny, after you posted that a twitter acquaintance wrote thisI can add onto the anecdotal reports at least: my Gamestop only had pre-ordered copies remaining the morning I went to pick it up. But yeah, Warioware's always been more of a "Pick it up whenever you feel like" than a "get it on launch" series to most. The digital sales are promising, though.
9th in AustraliaPisándole los talones está el otro estreno semanal, la locura de WarioWare: Get It Together!. Aunque no han logrado replicar el éxito de Reino Unido, los microjuegos se han podido apoyar en una base de consolas muy consolidada, colocando algo más de 4.000 unidades en tiendas. De hecho, como veremos en el top a continuación, despunta considerablemente si separamos las versiones de cada consola. El rojo Nintendo se sigue haciendo notar en España, aunque esta semana PS4 le ha tomado la delantera en ventas de software (39.000 unidades frente a unas 37.000).