Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Wii Shooter Games Data

Quick Brew Info:
It has been since June 13, that we looked at the data for The Conduit, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reflex, and Red Steel 2.  The data from the June 13 story, was reported on June 7.  If you want to take a look back at the past data story, you can find it HERE.

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Approx. Number of Players Reporting Data:
The Conduit has 71,118 players reporting their play-time data.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reflex has 70,598 players reporting play-time data.
Red Steel 2 has 15,824 players reporting play-time data this week.

Player Increase Since Last Story:
The Conduit has 3,555 more players reporting data this week, than the data from June 7.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reflex has 9,126 more players reporting their play-time, than it did on June 7.
Red Steel 2 has 4,428 more players reporting play-time data, than from the data on June 7.

Game-Play Hours Increased Since June 7:
The Conduit has increased by 90,921 "Total" game-play hours.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reflex has increased by 686,425 "Total" game-play hours.
Red Steel 2 has increased by 43,418 "Total" game-play hours, since the June 7 data.

Amazon.com Sale Rank & Advertised Price:
The Conduit's Amazon.com sale rank is #3,585 and the current advertised price is $53.99.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reflex's Amazon.com sale rank is #253 and the current selling price is $40.54.
Red Steel 2's, the game only, Amazon.com sale rank is #1,024 and the current selling price is $44.18.
Red Steel 2 w/ Wii MotionPlus' Amazon.com sale rank is #1,179 and the current selling price is $56.99.

Has anybody played any of these three games for the first time, since I last reported their data?
If you own any of these games, have you been playing any in the last few weeks?

If you are interested in any of these games, you can see new and used prices for them on Amazon.com below:


  1. I've finished them, or in the case of Call of Duty: Reflex Edition I haven't even bought it. I played through it three times on the PC and once on the 360 so I didn't feel the need to play it again on Wii.

    Highly recommend Red Steel and if you haven't played through The Conduit you should check it out. It's a bit generic, but it's not bad.

  2. It's been around 8 months(November 10) since Call of Duty:Modern Warfare Reflex Edition was released and it managing to pull in 686,425 hours in the span of the last 28 days, just shows what a fantastic job Treyarch did in porting COD4, how talented they are, and what a great sense of prioritizing they have. At this rate, it'll even have more players reporting data than The Conduit by next week. Also, according to it's Amazon page COD:MWR is probably selling pretty well since it hasn't even had a price reduction since it's release. Very much looking foward to Black Ops for both the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS(being developed by NSpace).

  3. Tony - thanks for the heads up on both Red Steel and Conduit. Both have been ones that have caught my eye - Red Steel in particular due to all of the god press it has gotten. haven't played COD on the Wii - I had beaten up on it enough on the 360.

  4. @Tony Miller:
    I had The Conduit, purchased it day one. I traded it off in October last year, because of the game's frustrating online play with the glitches/hackers.

    Red Steel 2 is on my list, I even reserved it; but the day I reserved it, I picked up the Monster Hunter Tri demo, and the demo converted my intentions from purchasing Red Steel 2, to purchasing Monster Hunter Tri.

    I am looking forward to Black Ops by Treyarch, and I really hope it uses Wii Speak and/or the headset that is being released.
    I think Treyarch did well with Call of Duty: World at War; and from what I heard, improved again with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reflex.
    I hope Black Ops is a continuation of improvements from Treyarch on the Wii.

    I own a DS, but RARELY play it; perhaps I should look into FPS games on it?

    If you haven't seen my past comments, Call of Duty: World at War on the Wii is my most played Wii game to date, because of its solid online play.
    I had a lot of fun with the single-player campaign as well, even finishing the "Veteran" difficulty setting in the game.

    Thank you all very much for sharing your thoughts/comments! They are greatly appreciated!


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