Sales and subscriptions

Sales and subscriptions The user base for the PlayStation 2 version was interrupted first by the limited sale of hard drives and network adapters that required the PlayStation 2 game. The Japanese release of Rise of the Zilart won first place in sales of games when it debuted with 90,000 copies sold in its first week. Final Fantasy XI All-in-One Pack peaked at number 36 and the Wings of the Goddess expansion was number 40 of the 50 best-selling games for Xbox 360 in Japan until December 2007. For the financial period April-September 2004, Square Enix An increase in players, particularly in Final Fantasy XI, sales increased by 101 and operating income 230.9 one. Revenues were stable for sucripci n services in the summer of 2006, in the fall, however, Square recognized that online subscription revenue were “not satisfactory” to Despite the stable performance of Final Fantasy XI. In December 2002, theSquare Enix president Yoichi Wada, announced it had over 200,000 subscribers to Final Fantasy XI, which allowed the company to recover the investment and start making profit. There were about 200,000 and 300,000 active players daily in 2006. As of 14 August 2006, the Xbox 360 version was the sixth most played title on Xbox Live.

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