Sega and Atlus just revealed their sales report for 2017, and while it’s a pretty lengthy report, the general results are pretty well summed up – a number of the companies’ franchises are doing rather well.
According to Gematsu, Sega Sammy Holdings recently summed up a number of sales numbers for their franchises. Leading the charge is the Sonic the Hedgehog series, which has collectively sold over 360 million units in its lifetime. But Persona isn’t doing too shabby, with 8.5 million units sold across 13 total editions, with Persona 5 leading the charge.
Here’s a breakdown of some of the more notable franchises between the two companies:
- Megami Tenseiseries (Launched 1987) – Approx. 7.2 million units across 28 total editions (packaged and digital total)
- Personaseries (Launched 1996) – Approx. 8.5 million units across 13 total editions (packaged and digital total)
- Sonic the Hedgehogseries (Launched 1991) – Approx. 360 million units / downloads (packaged and digital total)
- Puyo Puyoseries (Launched 1991, Sales Account for after 1998) – Approx. 25 million units / downloads
- Yakuzaseries (Launched 2005) – Approx. 10.5 million units / downloads across 75 total editions (packaged and digital total)
- Beast Kingseries (Launched 2001) – Approx. 490,000 units across 15 total editions (pachislot and pachinko machine and amusement machine total)
- Phantasy Starseries (Launched 1987) – Approx. 4.5 million Phantasy Star Online 2IDs (cumulative total for registered IDs)
- Chain Chronicleseries (Launched 2013) – Approx. 10 million downloads across two total editions (packaged and digital total)
- Sega feat. Hatsune Miku Projectseries (Launched 2009) – Approx. 5.5 million units / downloads across 52 total editions (packaged and digital total)
- Hokuto no Kenseries (Launched 2002) – Approx. 2.74 million units (pachislot and pachinko machine and amusement machine total)
- Souten-no-Kenseries (Launched 2009) – Approx. 440,000 units (pachislot and pachinko machine total
No doubt the companies will continue to push well into the holidays – especially with Sonic Forces set to make its debut next week for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.