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BioWare rakes in the dough for January

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BioWare rakes in the dough for January

Game News - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Fri 20 February 2004, 16:30:49

Tags: BioWare

Per the NPD Techworld thingy, looks like BioWare's off to a good start this year with Knights of the Old Republic and Underdark both selling well.

Call Of Duty - Activision $45
2 The Sims Deluxe - Electronic Arts $20
3 The Sims: Makin' Magic Expansion Pack - Electronic Arts $29
4 MS Age Of Mythology - Microsoft $34
5 The Sims Double Deluxe - Electronic Arts $37
6 MS Zoo Tycoon: Complete Collection - Microsoft $29
7 Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic - LucasArts $47
8 Sim City 4 Deluxe - Electronic Arts $35
9 The Sims: Unleashed Expansion Pack - Electronic Arts $28
10 Final Fantasy XI - Square Enix USA $49
11 Halo: Combat Evolved - Microsoft $45
12 The Sims: Superstar Expansion Pack - Electronic Arts $29
13 Neverwinter Nights: Hordes Of The Underdark Expansion Pack - Atari $30
14 Madden NFL 2004 - Electronic Arts $24
15 Lord of the Rings: Return Of The King - Electronic Arts $26
16 Delta Force Black Hawk Down: Team Sabre Expansion Pack - NovaLogic $20
17 Warcraft III Battle Chest - Vivendi Universal $47
18 MS Flight Simulator 2004: Century Of Flight - Microsoft $51
19 Hoyle Casino 2004 - Vivendi Universal $26
20 The Sims: Vacation Expansion Pack - Electronic Arts $19

Wasn't Knights of the Old Republic only $40 when it came out?

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