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KotOR sells good in November

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KotOR sells good in November

Game News - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Wed 24 December 2003, 01:04:57

Tags: BioWare; Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

Per NPD TechWorld's collecting and sorting of sales data, it appears Knights of the Old Republic sold pretty well in November 2003, as you can see:

1 The Sims: Makin' Magic Expansion Pack - Electronic Arts $31
2 Call Of Duty - Activision $45
3 Final Fantasy XI - Square Enix USA $49
4 The Sims Double Deluxe - Electronic Arts $40
5 MS Zoo Tycoon: Complete Collection - Microsoft $29
6 Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic - LucasArts $47
7 Halo: Combat Evolved - Microsoft $45
8 Finding Nemo - THQ Inc $16
9 Max Payne 2: Fall Of Max Payne - Take 2 Interactive/Rockstar $45
10 MS Age Of Mythology - Microsoft $34
11 Civilization 3: Conquests Expansion Pack - Atari $29
12 The Sims: Superstar Expansion Pack - Electronic Arts $29
13 Backyard Basketball 2004 - Atari $19
14 MS Flight Simulator 2004: Century Of Flight - Microsoft $52
15 Lord of the Rings: Return Of The King - Electronic Arts $38
16 Backyard Football 2004 - Atari $19
17 Finding Nemo: Nemo's Underwater World Of Fun - THQ Inc $19
18 Sim City 4 Deluxe - Electronic Arts $39
19 MS Age Of Mythology: Titans Expansion Pack - Microsoft $29
20 Dungeon Siege: Legends Of Aranna Expansion Pack - Microsoft $29


I kind of wonder if the sales wouldn't be higher if it didn't trail the XBox version by all those months.

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