Rayman: Origins sells 50,000 after one month

The gorgeous new Rayman title that everyone should be playing is not being played enough. Selling only 50,000 in North America after a full month and on multiple platforms. Sort of disappointing considering how well-received the title has been, which currently holds an 87 on Metacritic.

This news comes from Eurogamer.

Though this is unfortunate, it’s not hard to point the blame at Ubisoft for releasing it in such a crowded time for high-profile releases. I mean, their OTHER title, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, was released on the same day in North America (November 15). If they aren’t going to pay attention to all of the other huge releases from other developers and publishers, they could at least pay attention to their own and space them out for a better chance of making more sales. Not everyone can afford everything in such a short amount of time, you know (I am exhibit A, hence why I haven’t gotten around to picking this game up yet).

Source: Eurogamer

Readers Comments (3)

  1. Rayman Origins isn’t even that good.

  2. People don’t appreciate good platformers anymore 🙁

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