Aliens: Colonial Marines sells over 1 million copies, SEGA profits increase by over 50%

Aliens: Colonial Marines sold over 1 million copies, according to Eurogamer. No wonder Gearbox and SEGA think that the lawsuit filed against the game for false advertising is “beyond meritless“.

They managed to shift 1.31 million copies of Aliens: Colonial Marines, which makes the game a success.  I think a good 1.30 million of those games are probably people who were excited about the game, but then let down.

SEGA’s financial report also shows that Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed shipped 1.36 million copies. Sega had an annual profit of about £215 million, 53% more than last year, there’s also a next-gen mention in there!

“We also intend to make our game software compatible with the next-generation game machines, which are due to be launched.”

We reported that the new Sonic the Hedgehog game will launch in November on both current and next-gen. But even if we didn’t, we all knew SEGA would release games on the next-generation of consoles. Because y’know, they’re a video game company…