Catherine moves 200,000 units in first week

Posted By | On 04th, Aug. 2011

Atlus just tweeted a picture of a cake, which shows Catherine has sold 200,000 units in the US alone within a week of its launch.

Tim Pivnicny, VP of sales and marketing at Atlus says this is the “largest launch in the 20-year history of Atlus.” The title, he says, has “exceeded” their “highest expectations.”

Stay tuned to GB for more info.


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