Capcom has reported record first-half income for fiscal year 2013.
The company brought in $81.6 million, up 134.2 percent from 2012, while stating that, “sales and income for this 6 months period broke the record at all levels for the first half.”
The success was attributed to strong sales by both Resident Evil 6 and Dragon’s Dogma. RE6 has shipped 3.7 million units. It should be noted here that the half ended Sept. 30, and the game released in October, meaning the top-selling game for Capcom hadn’t even released yet.
Meanwhile, Dogma sold over 1 million copies in Japan.
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