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Resident Evil LTD sales figures

Resident Evil sales as of 2008. (Image courtesy of ChartGet)

Capcom is a Japanese publisher that is most known for its several world famous best-selling game franchises. They own the premiere fighting series Street Fighter, the best-selling horror series Resident Evil, and the popular action series Devil May Cry and Monster Hunter. They originally made their mark with popular arcade titles like Commando and 1942, before becoming a worldwide phenomenon with challenging platformers like Mega Man and Ghosts n' Goblins, beat 'em ups like Final Fight, and Disney games.

Best selling gamesEdit

See also: Best selling games worldwide

Software salesEdit

Devil May Cry sales figures

Devil May Cry sales as of 2008. (Image courtesy of ChartGet)

Best selling Capcom games as of September 31, 2016. Sales data from Capcom's official site,[1] unless otherwise noted. Sales for multiple versions of the same game are combined. See individual articles for more details on sales figures.

Year Title Sales
(millions)
Notes
1991 Street Fighter II 20.48 [2]
2009 Resident Evil 5 11.84 [3]
2009 Street Fighter IV 8.9625 [4]
2012 Resident Evil 6 9.8314 [5]
2013 Monster Hunter 4 8.3 [6]
2005 Resident Evil 4 8.1684 [7]
2018 Monster Hunter World 7.5 [8]
2015 Monster Hunter X 6.45 [9]
1998 Resident Evil 2 6.11 [10]
1996 Resident Evil 5.3317 [11]
2017 Resident Evil 7: Biohazard 5.1 [12]
2010 Monster Hunter Freedom 3 4.9
2009 Monster Hunter 3 4.5 [13]
2010 Dead Rising 2 4.5 [14]
2002 Resident Evil (remake) 4.1993

[15]

1986 Ghosts'n Goblins 3.94 [16]
2012 Dragon's Dogma 3.9 [17]
1988 Mega Man 2 3.81 [18]
2008 Monster Hunter Freedom Unite 3.8
1999 Resident Evil 3: Nemesis 3.5
1993 Mega Man X 3.46 [19]
2011 Marvel vs. Capcom 3 3.4 [20]
2005 Devil May Cry 3 3.4
1991 Super Ghouls'n Ghosts 3.39 [21]
2001 Devil May Cry 3.26
2002 Resident Evil 0 3.154 [22]
2008 Devil May Cry 4 3
2000 Resident Evil Code: Veronica 2.9105 [23]
2016 Street Fighter V 2.9 [24]
1989 DuckTales 2.77 [25]
2013 Dead Rising 3 2.5 [26]
2012 Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City 2.5
2013 Resident Evil Revelations 2.5 [27]
2007 Monster Hunter Freedom 2 2.4
1999 Dino Crisis 2.4
2015 Resident Evil Revelations 2 2.3
2013 DmC Devil May Cry 2.2
2001 Onimusha: Warlords 2.02
2002 Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny 2
2010 Lost Planet 2 2
2006 Dead Rising 1.8
2012 Street Fighter X Tekken 1.8
1993 Aladdin 1.75 [28]
2003 Devil May Cry 2 1.7
2006 Lost Planet: Extreme Condition 1.6
2005 Onimusha 3: Demon Siege 1.52
1990 Final Fight 1.48
2003 Resident Evil Outbreak 1.45
2009 Marvel Vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes 1.4
2003 Mega Man Battle Network 4 1.35
2005 Monster Hunter Freedom 1.3
2007 Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles 1.3
1992 Magical Quest Starring Mickey 1.21 [28]
1990 Chip'n Dale Rescue Rangers 1.2 [28]
2000 Dino Crisis 2 1.2
1986 Commando 1.14
2013 Remember Me 1.1
2009 Bionic Commando (HD) 1.1
1990 Mega Man 3 1.08
1996 Street Fighter Alpha 2 1.06
1993 Final Fight 2 1.03
1998 Street Fighter Alpha 3 1
2017 Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite 1
2016 Dead Rising 4 1 [26]

Arcade salesEdit

Best selling franchisesEdit

See also: Best selling game franchises

Software salesEdit

Debut Franchise [29] Titles Sales
(millions)
1996 Resident Evil 123 82
2004 Monster Hunter [8] 40 48
1987 Street Fighter 84 45.28
1987 Mega Man 136 38.3
2001 Devil May Cry 23 16
2005 Dead Rising 22 12
1985 Ghosts 'n Goblins 14 10.5
1998 Marvel vs. Capcom 16 8.6
2001 Onimusha 12 8
2001 Ace Attorney 26 6.7
2006 Lost Planet 17 6.1
1999 Dino Crisis 13 4.4
2005  Sengoku Basara 30 4
2012 Dragon's Dogma 12 3.9
1989 Final Fight 10 3.2
1993 Breath of Fire 15 3.2
2006 Okami 10 2
1984 1942 3 1.4
1985 Commando 2 1.2

Arcade salesEdit

Gross revenueEdit

Debut Franchise Revenue
(no inflation)
Revenue
(with inflation)
1987 Street Fighter $7.565 billion $16 billion
1996 Resident Evil $5.2004 billion $8 billion

FilmsEdit

  1. Resident Evil series – $1,407,388,739
    1. Live-action series (2002-2016) – $1,336,002,453
    2. Animated series (2008-2017) – $71,386,286
  2. Street Fighter series – $217,581,321
    1. Street Fighter (1994) – $132,913,521
    2. Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie (1994) – $66,000,000
    3. Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li (2009) – $18,667,800

ReferencesEdit

  1. Capcom's "Platinum Titles"
  2. Street Fighter II
    • Street Fighter II (SNES) - 6.3 million
    • Champion Edition (MD) - 1.65 million
    • Turbo (SNES) - 4.1 million
    • Super (SNES) - 2 million
    • Classics Collection Reloaded (PSP) - 400,000
    • Turbo HD Remix (PS3/X360) - 250,000
    • Ultra (Switch) - 500,000
    • Super NES Classic Edition (NES) - 5.28 million
  3. Resident Evil 5
    • Resident Evil 5 (PS3 & 360, including DL) - 7.3 million
    • Resident Evil 5 (Steam) - 1.24 million
    • Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (PS3, 360, DL) - 2.3 million
    • Resident Evil 5 (PS4 & XB1, including DL) - 1 million
  4. Street Fighter IV
    • Street Fighter IV (PS3/X360) - 3.4 million
    • Street Fighter IV (Steam) - 162,500
    • Super Street Fighter IV (PS3/X360) - 1.9 million
    • Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition (3DS) - 1.2 million
    • Arcade Edition - 1.1 million
    • Ultra - 1.2 million
  5. Resident Evil 6
    • PS3 & 360 (including DL) - 7.1 million
    • Steam - 1,431,400
    • PS4 & XB1 (including DL) - 1.3 million
  6. Monster Hunter 4
    • Monster Hunter 4 - 4.1 million
    • Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate - 4.2 million
    • Resident Evil 4 (GameCube) - 1.6 million
    • Resident Evil 4 (PS2) - 2.3 million
    • Wii Edition (Wii) - 2 million
    • Biohazard Value Pack (PS2) - 7,400
    • Biohazard: Revival Selection (PS3 & X360) - 171,000
    • Biohazard 4: Mobile Edition (Android) - 10,000
    • Resident Evil 4 (Steam) - 940,000
    • PS4 & XB1 (including DL) - 1.1 million
  7. 8.0 8.1 "Monster Hunter: World Ships 7.5 Million Units!". Capcom. March 5, 2018. http://www.capcom.co.jp/ir/news/html/180305.html.
  8. Monster Hunter X
    • X - 4.3 million
    • XX (3DS) - 1.8 million
    • XX (Switch) - 200k
  9. PlayStation - 4.96 million
  10. Resident Evil
    • Resident Evil (PlayStation) - 2.75 million
    • Biohazard (Saturn) - 148,400
    • Director's Cut - 1.13 million
    • Dual Shock Ver. - 1.2 million
    • Biohazard: Deadly Silence - 103,300
  11. http://www.capcom.co.jp/ir/english/news/html/e180406.html
  12. Monster Hunter 3
    • Monster Hunter Tri - 1.9 million
    • Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate - 2.6 million
  13. Dead Rising 2
    • Dead Rising 2 - 3.1
    • Dead Rising 2: Off The Record - 1.4 million
  14. Resident Evil (remake)
    • Resident Evil (GameCube) - 1.35 million
    • Biohazard (Wii) - 89,300
    • HD Remaster (PS3, including DL) - 2.2 million
    • HD Remaster (Steam) - 560,000
  15. Ghosts'n Goblins
  16. Dragon's Dogma
    • Dragon's Dogma (2012) - 1.3 million
    • Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen (2013) -2 million
  17. Mega Man 2
  18. Mega Man X
  19. Marvel vs. Capcom 3
    • Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (2011) – 2.2 million
    • Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (2011) – 1.2 million
  20. Super Ghouls'n Ghosts
  21. Resident Evil 0
    • Resident Evil 0 (GameCube) - 1.25 million
    • Biohazard 0 (Wii) - 104,000
    • HD Remaster (PS3, PS4, XB1, PC) - 1.8 million
  22. Resident Evil Code: Veronica
    • Code: Veronica (DC) - 1.14 million
    • Code: Veronica X (PS2) - 1.4 million
    • Biohazard Value Pack (PS2) - 7,400
    • Biohazard: Revival Selection (PS3 & X360) - 171,000
  23. 24.0 24.1 Street Fighter
    • DuckTales (1989) - 1.67 million
    • DuckTales: Remastered (2013) - 1.1 million
  24. 26.0 26.1 Only Xbox One and PC
  25. Resident Evil Revelations
    • Biohazard Revelations (3DS) - 300,000
    • Resident Evil Revelations (PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC) - 1.7 million
    • Resident Evil Revelations (PS4, XB1, Switch) - 500,000
  26. 28.0 28.1 28.2 Platinum Titles. Capcom. Archived from the original on January 16, 2008. Retrieved on April 22, 2017.
  27. http://www.capcom.co.jp/ir/english/finance/salesdata.html


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