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Okami HD sells more on Nintendo Switch than other platforms

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Okami HD sells more on Nintendo Switch than other platforms

Capcom is more than satisfied with the sales of Okami HD on Nintendo Switch, which exceeds the copies sold on all other systems.

Okami is one of those games that marked an era in the hearts of gamers back in 2006 in Japan when it was released for PS2. Although it was not a sales success, its quality is unquestionable and it has received numerous re-launches on other consoles, such as Wii, PS3, and PC.

However, despite the technical superiority of the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Okami HD, it is the Nintendo Switch version that has achieved the best sales figures, according to Capcom reports.

Hideki Kamiya’s artistic video game has swept the Nintendo hybrid console, probably thanks to the portable functions and smooth operation provided by the Nintendo Switch. Its sales in Switch are higher than those achieved in other systems during the same period of time.

In particular, Okami HD for Nintendo Switch has sold more than 600,000 copies, slightly more than the 530,000 sold for the PC and PS3 versions. The PS4 version is a little lower, with 445,000 units sold. Finally, Okami on Xbox One sold just over 120,000 copies.

Another record achieved by Okami HD in Switch is to equal the sales of the original Okami for PS2 and Wii, launched in 2007 in Europe, but in only one year.

On its day, the Capcom game reached 600,000 copies sold between Sony and Nintendo consoles, with approximately 300,000 copies for each version.

If you haven’t played Okami, we recommend that you do so, and On Nintendo Switch you will have the advantage of being able to enjoy it in portable mode and with the greatest possible ease. Who knows if the canceled Okami 2 will ever see the light, a dream for those who fell in love with this special game.

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