Koei announces goals for March 2007

KoeiJapanese videogame publisher and developer Koei just made public its target goals for the rest of its financial year which ends March of 2007. Following its performance so far, the near three decade-old company is stable and doing quite impressive. Also, Koei has always been big on historical simulation and female-oriented titles, two genres that never go out of fashion.

Anyway, here’s the list of its projected released titles before March, 2007. Beside them are the total number of units that would be available all in all for the Japanese Market. No details were furnished yet regarding shipments to other teritories:

  • PS3: 5 titles with 640,000 units
  • PS2: 11 titles with 1,110,000 units
  • Wii: 5 titles with 590,000 units
  • Xbox 360: 3 titles with 30,000 units
  • NDS/GBA: 8 titles with 480,000 units
  • PSP: 5 titles with 150,000 units

The high numbers for the PS3 and the Wii are expected, with demands for each respective console soaring high just days after they were launched. Also, worth mentioning is the surprising high number for PS2 titles, implying that current-gen is still very much in demand in Japan.

Via GameFront

KoeiJapanese videogame publisher and developer Koei just made public its target goals for the rest of its financial year which ends March of 2007. Following its performance so far, the near three decade-old company is stable and doing quite impressive. Also, Koei has always been big on historical simulation and female-oriented titles, two genres that never go out of fashion.

Anyway, here’s the list of its projected released titles before March, 2007. Beside them are the total number of units that would be available all in all for the Japanese Market. No details were furnished yet regarding shipments to other teritories:

  • PS3: 5 titles with 640,000 units
  • PS2: 11 titles with 1,110,000 units
  • Wii: 5 titles with 590,000 units
  • Xbox 360: 3 titles with 30,000 units
  • NDS/GBA: 8 titles with 480,000 units
  • PSP: 5 titles with 150,000 units

The high numbers for the PS3 and the Wii are expected, with demands for each respective console soaring high just days after they were launched. Also, worth mentioning is the surprising high number for PS2 titles, implying that current-gen is still very much in demand in Japan.

Via GameFront

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