A lot of sales figures were shared last week, mainly thanks to all quarterly reports from video game companies for the period October-December being released. Now Bandai Namco has delivered more numbers, revealing that the recently released action-RPG Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot sold 1.5 million copies during its first week.
Even though the Dragon Ball games usually do well, they have almost unanimously been fighting games. This was a gamble on Bandai Namco's part to make a more traditional adventure instead - and it's safe to safe that it seems to have paid off.
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