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(Sales Age) Earnings time again (Nintendo, Microsoft, Sony, UBI)

Valtor

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Stumpokapow said:
there is not a chance that shaun white cost less than a million even just including negative costs, and substantially more when you hash out the full budget.
I'm talking about development costs, for the Wii version, and I'm pretty sure of my sources :p
 

Lightning

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Stormbringer said:
More on Konami :

Game sales (in million units, for the period from April 08 to December 08 - results from the same period from last year in parenthesis) :

> By region

Japan : 7.13 (7.73)
America : 6.37 (2.50 )
Europe : 8.62 (7.38 )
Asia : 0.24 (0.19)
Total : 22.35 ( 17.81)

> By Genre :

Soccer : 7.41 (7.46)
Baseball : 1.20 ( 1.37)
Anime : 1.37 (1.78)
Music : 2.01 ( 1.36)
Metal Gear : 4.50 (0.79)
Various : 5.86 (5.05)

Platforms breakdown (in percents, same period as above, last year share in parenthesis)

PS3 : 32% (9%)
PS2 : 18% (38%)
DS : 15% (24%)
Wii : 14% (6%)
PSP : 11% (14%)
Xbox360 : 7% (6%)
PC : 2% (3%)
Konami going great guns on the PS3. Awesome!
 

Fafalada

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Valtor said:
I'm talking about development costs, for the Wii version, and I'm pretty sure of my sources :p
Multiplatform muddles the cost separation though. Ie. if a Lego PSP port costs 100k, it doesn't mean that Lego PSP exclusive would still cost that little.
 

Rolf NB

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You do realize that those great guns are mostly MGS4, don't you?
This is what it looks like after subtracting 4.5 million units from the PS3 slice:
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PS2 :    18% (38%)
DS :     15% (24%)
Wii :    14% ( 6%)
PS3 :    12% ( 9%)
PSP :    11% (14%)
Xbox360 : 7% ( 6%) 
PC :      2% ( 3%)
This is probably undershooting it slightly as the 4.5 million are "Metal Gear", and not specifically MGS4.
 

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Are fans of other industries so interested in the respective industry sales? Do fans of motor sport religously follow the sales of the race car companies? Fans of movies follow the studios earnings? I find these numbers interesting, I just don't know why?
 

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666 said:
Are fans of other industries so interested in the respective industry sales? Do fans of motor sport religously follow the sales of the race car companies? Fans of movies follow the studios earnings? I find these numbers interesting, I just don't know why?
I find the numbers interesting because they show how successful certain games and ideas are, so we can get an impression what will be continued to be made. On top pf that we can see whether the industry is growing , which could have a positive effect to its reception.
 

PuppetMaster

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666 said:
Are fans of other industries so interested in the respective industry sales? Do fans of motor sport religously follow the sales of the race car companies? Fans of movies follow the studios earnings? I find these numbers interesting, I just don't know why?

It's a nerd thing.

I don't mean this in a disparaging way. It's just that the relationship between people who play games and people who like numbers is more than a coincidence.
 

BishopLamont

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666 said:
Are fans of other industries so interested in the respective industry sales? Do fans of motor sport religously follow the sales of the race car companies? Fans of movies follow the studios earnings? I find these numbers interesting, I just don't know why?
Better sales = better support. Wherever there is competition there will be people who follow them. Why do you need a reason to find something interesting?
 
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666 said:
Are fans of other industries so interested in the respective industry sales? Do fans of motor sport religously follow the sales of the race car companies? Fans of movies follow the studios earnings? I find these numbers interesting, I just don't know why?
Yes.
 

666

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BishopLamont said:
Better sales = better support. Wherever there is competition there will be people who follow them. Why do you need a reason to find something interesting?
I don't need shit, but I find it interesting that I find it interesting. DOUBLE INTERESTING!
 

BishopLamont

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666 said:
I don't need shit, but I find it interesting that I find it interesting. DOUBLE INTERESTING!
Are you taking up any business/economics class? Do you have a bone for any particular console? Do you dream about Bill Gates? Search your soul and you will find the answer.

Oh and yo dawg!
 

Stormbringer

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Additional numbers for Sega Sammy ->


Results for Q3 of FY 2009 (Q3 of FY 2008 results in parenthesis):


>By region :

Japan : 31 titles, 3.13M units (30 titles, 1.88M units)
America : 31 titles, 8.82M units (29 titles, 6.25M units)
Europe : 31 titles, 9.13M units (24 titles, 6.52M units)


>By platform :

PS2 : 10 titles, 1.55M units (15 titles, 1.00M units)
PS3 : 15 titles, 2.01M units (5 titles, 0.57M units)
Wii : 15 titles, 2.22M units (15 titles, 3.31M units)
X360 : 11 titles, 1.61M units (7 titles, 0.89M units)
NDS : 26 titles, 2.66M units (17 titles, 1.44M units)
PSP : 6 titles, 1.24M units (13 titles, 1.13M units)
PC : 10 titles, 0.94M units (11 titles, 1.33M units)
Repeats : 8.87M units (4.98M units)


>Total : 93 titles, 21.09M units (83 titles, 14.65M units)


>Other numbers :

Sonic Unleashed (all versions) : 2.02M
Football Manager : 0.76M
Phantasy Star Zero : 0.21M
Mario & Sonic (Wii and DS) : 3.16M

Source
 

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Stormbringer said:
Additionally, from the linked PDF :

http://i218.photobucket.com/albums/cc27/HeyBop/5496546.jpg[/ img]

[img]http://i218.photobucket.com/albums/cc27/HeyBop/4621.jpg[/ img][/QUOTE]
I see three Xbox titles + there was ToV...yet "2" is listed under # of titles. They are both referring to sales over the past 9 mo. What gives?
 

Stormbringer

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1cesc said:
I see three Xbox titles + there was ToV...yet "2" is listed under # of titles. They are both referring to sales over the past 9 mo. What gives?
People were wondering the same thing in this very thread a few months ago about another Bandai Namco report (check out page 4). I don't think we ever got a definitive explanation for these apparent inconsistencies. Seems like it could have something to do with the way they count localized titles though.
 

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Stormbringer said:
Additional numbers for Sega Sammy ->


Results for Q3 of FY 2009 (Q3 of FY 2008 results in parenthesis):


>By region :

Japan : 31 titles, 3.13M units (30 titles, 1.88M units)
America : 31 titles, 8.82M units (29 titles, 6.25M units)
Europe : 31 titles, 9.13M units (24 titles, 6.52M units)


>By platform :

PS2 : 10 titles, 1.55M units (15 titles, 1.00M units)
PS3 : 15 titles, 2.01M units (5 titles, 0.57M units)
Wii : 15 titles, 2.22M units (15 titles, 3.31M units)
X360 : 11 titles, 1.61M units (7 titles, 0.89M units)
NDS : 26 titles, 2.66M units (17 titles, 1.44M units)
PSP : 6 titles, 1.24M units (13 titles, 1.13M units)
PC : 10 titles, 0.94M units (11 titles, 1.33M units)
Repeats : 8.87M units (4.98M units)


>Total : 93 titles, 21.09M units (83 titles, 14.65M units)


>Other numbers :

Sonic Unleashed (all versions) : 2.02M
Football Manager : 0.76M
Phantasy Star Zero : 0.21M
Mario & Sonic (Wii and DS) : 3.16M

Source
Are Mario & Sonic including under "repeats"?
 

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Stormbringer said:
Additional numbers for Sega Sammy ->


Results for Q3 of FY 2009 (Q3 of FY 2008 results in parenthesis):


>By region :

Japan : 31 titles, 3.13M units (30 titles, 1.88M units)
America : 31 titles, 8.82M units (29 titles, 6.25M units)
Europe : 31 titles, 9.13M units (24 titles, 6.52M units)


>By platform :

PS2 : 10 titles, 1.55M units (15 titles, 1.00M units)
PS3 : 15 titles, 2.01M units (5 titles, 0.57M units)
Wii : 15 titles, 2.22M units (15 titles, 3.31M units)
X360 : 11 titles, 1.61M units (7 titles, 0.89M units)
NDS : 26 titles, 2.66M units (17 titles, 1.44M units)
PSP : 6 titles, 1.24M units (13 titles, 1.13M units)
PC : 10 titles, 0.94M units (11 titles, 1.33M units)
Repeats : 8.87M units (4.98M units)


>Total : 93 titles, 21.09M units (83 titles, 14.65M units)


>Other numbers :

Sonic Unleashed (all versions) : 2.02M
Football Manager : 0.76M
Phantasy Star Zero : 0.21M
Mario & Sonic (Wii and DS) : 3.16M

Source
awesome awesome awesome. thanks for posting! :D
 
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Stormbringer said:
Not going to do a full thread again so I'll just leave it here:
SC4 already surpassed fiscal year expectations (2260k vs 2000k)
DBZ Burst Limit too (730k vs 500k)
Family Trainer (Active Life) too (550k vs 500k)
SRTZ too (510k vs 500k)
GvsG too (440k vs 400k)

Naruto 3 nearly did with a quarter left (530k vs 600k)

We Ski, Gundam Musou 2, Taiko 2 DS and DBZ BT3 did over 400k but weren't on the expectations top10 that closed at 400k.

Otoh, Afro Samurai, DB DS, Tales of Vesperia, Taiko Wii, Tales of Hearts and Naruto PS3 haven't made it to the top10 shipped that closes at 420k, so their performance remain unknown as of now (some haven't launched yet, like Afro Samurai).

Q2 analysis:
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=342351
Fiscal year expectations:
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=11168382&postcount=153

The explanation for number of titles and such:
Kurosaki Ichigo said:
...they have some really weird way of calculating "# of titles". Its something like "# of titles after elimination of localized versions". Ditto for the sales, "Unit Sales after elimination of localized versions".
I wouldn't look too much into total platform sales because of that. edit: I mean in relation to the titles released, the total sales are okay, but its not from 46 titles, its from 91 so who knows how many per platform.
 

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Stormbringer said:
Additionally, from the linked PDF :

There is a slight problem with the PSP software totals number. The highest selling title on the plateform is at roughly 450'000. Even if the other titles have had topped the 400k bar, the addition of the sales doesn't reach 2'800'000.
 

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There is a slight problem with the PSP software totals number. The highest selling title on the plateform is at roughly 450'000. Even if the other have had topped the 400k bar, the addition of the sales doesn't reach 2'800'000.
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Kurosaki Ichigo said:
I wouldn't look too much into total platform sales because of that. edit: I mean in relation to the titles released, the total sales are okay, but its not from 46 titles, its from 91 so who knows how many per platform.
 

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666 said:
Are fans of other industries so interested in the respective industry sales? Do fans of motor sport religously follow the sales of the race car companies? Fans of movies follow the studios earnings? I find these numbers interesting, I just don't know why?
im sad to say but hiphop and bragging leads to sales talk ... :(
 

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Thanks Spiegel, PSP software performance is noticeable : higher than its DS counterpart ? I would have never imagined that before.
 

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Some bits of info coming from the Square-Enix financial report. They are revising sales targets down for the FY

The company's net sales were anticipated to be JPY 160 billion (USD 1.7 billion), but are now expected to come in 16 per cent lower at JPY 133 billion (USD 1.4) - down year-on-year when compared with last year's results of JPY 147.5 billion (USD 1.6 billion).

Similarly revised from growth to decline, operating income is now predicted to fall short by nearly 50 per cent at JPY 12 billion (USD 133 million), compared to JPY 21.5 billion (USD 238 million) for the previous fiscal year.

Net income has been revised down by 62.5 per cent, from JPY 12 billion (USD 133 million) to JPY 4.5 billion (USD 49.9 million). Recurring income is also expected to take a plunge from previous estimates by 50 per cent to JPY 10 billion (USD 111 million).
 

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thx bbt, with those kinda sales SE will keep they maxority of their games on handhelds for sure. pretty depressing that there was no wii support, the 360 games sold ok i guess.
 

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Marvelous Entertainment revised their forecasts for the end of the fiscal year a few days ago, and are now mostly expecting bad news :

[previous projection -> current projection]

Net sales :
12.5 billion yens -> 10.0 billion yens

Operating profit :
0.3 billion yens -> - 1.3 billion yens (loss)

Ordinary profit :
0.2 billion yens -> - 1.3 billion yens (loss)

Net profit :
0.1 billion yens -> - 1.3 billion yens (loss)

Dividend :
625 yens -> None

They blame these poor projected results on the global economic slump, especially in Europe and America but also in Japan, and on the subsequently sluggish videogame marketplace, which already led many big stores and smaller, specialist stores to close shops or to go bankrupt. Due to this, they say, the number of orders for their upcoming title, as well as for their major titles dramatically decreased following the end of last year.
They also strategically delayed a number of titles to the next period - beyond March of this year - in every territory (2 in Japan, 3 in Europe, 1 in America).
For reference, last year, more than 25% of Marvelous total game sales came from their overseas business, Europe taking the majority of the share. Given this, it's pretty easy to understand how deeply they'd be struck by the economic downturn in the West.

Sources : 1, 2
 

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very late to discussion but I'm not sure how I feel about the forecast of ~2 Mil / Month for Nintendo Wii's

Its a considerable tall order, but feasible nonetheless.
 
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Without inflation

I've made a new and complete version for Nintendo & Sony but I can't find the Microsoft numbers. xD

I've used the average exchange rates for the particular fiscal year from this site: http://www.oanda.com/convert/fxhistory


Nintendo:
Code:
		Nintendo		Exchange Rate		In US Dollar

FY8 1981	¥ 1,640,000,000		215.79178		$ 7,599,919
FY8 1982	¥ 10,711,000,000	237.50504		$ 45,097,990
FY8 1983	¥ 10,462,000,000	245.51742		$ 42,612,048
FY8 1984	¥ 9,433,000,000		234.36888		$ 40,248,518
FY8 1985	¥ 9,823,000,000		248.84148		$ 39,474,930
FY8 1986	¥ 16,742,000,000	187.27592		$ 89,397,505
FY8 1987	¥ 25,191,000,000	151.82885		$ 165,917,084
FY8 1988	¥ 30,109,000,000	131.49907		$ 228,967,399
FY8 1989	¥ 34,271,000,000	132.66649		$ 258,324,465
FY3 1990	¥ 32,929,000,000	145.52028		$ 226,284,611
FY3 1991	¥ 68,885,000,000	141.36355		$ 487,289,687
FY3 1992	¥ 87,104,000,000	133.19753		$ 653,946,060
FY3 1993	¥ 88,608,000,000	124.83114 		$ 709,822,886
FY3 1994	¥ 52,653,000,000	107.90474		$ 487,958,175
FY3 1995	¥ 41,660,000,000	99.39277 		$ 419,145,175
FY3 1996	¥ 59,870,000,000	96.47978 		$ 620,544,533
FY3 1997	¥ 65,481,000,000	112.59456 		$ 581,564,509
FY3 1998	¥ 83,696,000,000	122.80442 		$ 681,538,987
FY3 1999	¥ 85,817,000,000	128.03282 		$ 670,273,450
FY3 2000	¥ 56,061,000,000	111.43857 		$ 503,066,398
FY3 2001	¥ 96,603,000,000	110.60975 		$ 873,367,854
FY3 2002	¥ 106,444,000,000	125.06758 		$ 851,091,866
FY3 2003	¥ 67,267,000,000	121.91164		$ 551,768,478
FY3 2004	¥ 33,194,000,000	113.09967 		$ 293,493,341
FY3 2005	¥ 87,416,000,000	107.44819 		$ 813,564,193
FY3 2006	¥ 98,378,000,000	113.19712 		$ 869,085,715
FY3 2007	¥ 174,290,000,000	116.96085 		$ 1,490,156,749
FY3 2008	¥ 257,342,000,000	114.33228 		$ 2,250,825,401
FY3 2009		


Total		¥ 1,792,080,000,000	-			$ 14,952,427,926

Average		¥ 64,002,857,143	-			$ 534,015,283


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Notes:
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[1] All Net Income
[2] FY 1981 - FY 1989 are all ending in August
[3] FY 1990 has only seven months because Nintendo started 
    here with their FY's ending March

SCE:
Code:
		SCE			Exchange Rate		In US Dollar

FY3 1994	?			107.90474		?
FY3 1995	?			99.39277		?
FY3 1996	¥ - 8,938,000,000	96.47978		$ - 92,641,173
FY3 1997	¥ 57,045,000,000	112.59456		$ 506,640,818
FY3 1998	¥ 116,936,000,000	122.80442		$ 952,213,284
FY3 1999	¥ 136,500,000,000	128.03282		$ 1,066,132,887
FY3 2000	¥ 76,935,000,000	111.43857		$ 690,380,359
FY3 2001	¥ - 51,118,000,000	110.60975		$ - 462,147,324
FY3 2002	¥ 82,915,000,000	125.06758		$ 662,961,577
FY3 2003	¥ 112,653,000,000	121.91164		$ 924,054,504
FY3 2004	¥ 67,578,000,000	113.09967		$ 597,508,375
FY3 2005	¥ 43,170,000,000	107.44819		$ 401,775,032
FY3 2006	¥ 8,748,000,000		113.19712		$ 77,281,118
FY3 2007	¥ - 232,325,000,000	116.96085		$ - 1,986,348,423
FY3 2008	¥ - 124,485,000,000	114.33228		$ - 1,088,800,118
FY3 2009		


Total		¥ 285,614,000,000	-			$ 2,249,010,916

Average		¥ 21,970,307,692	-			$ 173,000,840


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Notes:
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[1] All Operating Income


Complete list:
Code:
		Nintendo		SCE

FY 1981		$ 7,599,919		-
FY 1982		$ 45,097,990		-
FY 1983		$ 42,612,048		-
FY 1984		$ 40,248,518		-
FY 1985		$ 39,474,930		-
FY 1986		$ 89,397,505		-
FY 1987		$ 165,917,084		-
FY 1988		$ 228,967,399		-
FY 1989		$ 258,324,465		-
FY 1990		$ 226,284,611		-
FY 1991		$ 487,289,687		-
FY 1992		$ 653,946,060		-
FY 1993		$ 709,822,886		-
FY 1994		$ 487,958,175		?
FY 1995		$ 419,145,175		?
FY 1996		$ 620,544,533		$ - 92,641,173
FY 1997		$ 581,564,509		$ 506,640,818
FY 1998		$ 681,538,987		$ 952,213,284
FY 1999		$ 670,273,450		$ 1,066,132,887
FY 2000		$ 503,066,398		$ 690,380,359
FY 2001		$ 873,367,854		$ - 462,147,324
FY 2002		$ 851,091,866		$ 662,961,577
FY 2003		$ 551,768,478		$ 924,054,504
FY 2004		$ 293,493,341		$ 597,508,375
FY 2005		$ 813,564,193		$ 401,775,032
FY 2006		$ 869,085,715		$ 77,281,118
FY 2007		$ 1,490,156,749		$ - 1,986,348,423
FY 2008		$ 2,250,825,401		$ - 1,088,800,118
FY 2009		


Total		$ 14,952,427,926	$ 2,249,010,916

Average		$ 534,015,283		$ 173,000,840
 

AFreak

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They're all here:

http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showpost.php?p=14562131&postcount=540

Also, I'm still not entirely sure that comparing operating income to net income is the best way to go.
Not to mention changes for inflation, TVOM(Time Value of Money), and exactly what they used that money for. Looking at it, it looks like Nintendo made more money, but you aren't factoring everything they spend their marketing on(probably low for Sony compared to the other two), etc. It gives a jumping off point, but nothing substantial. Sure, MS definitely hasn't made money, but the 2 Bil Sony lost on PS3 isn't as substantial as the chart makes it look.

P.S. I'm not saying they didn't lose the money, just that they didn't lose as much as it looks like, if you are business, you get what I'm saying.
 
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This Reuters article claims that Nintendo made about $5.3 billion in operating profit for FY09.

Is that official?

[edit]
If that is correct and I did my math right that's almost exactly the operating profit of Sony's gaming division made from 1996 to 2006 :lol

[edit2]
Nevermind, I can't read that is just their projected earnings. Ignore me.
 
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Sony
Code:
		Sony			ø Exchange Rate		In US Dollar

FY3 1994	?			107.90474		?
FY3 1995	?			99.39277		?
FY3 1996	¥ - 8,938,000,000	96.47978		$ - 92,641,173
FY3 1997	¥ 57,045,000,000	112.59456		$ 506,640,818
FY3 1998	¥ 116,936,000,000	122.80442		$ 952,213,284
FY3 1999	¥ 136,500,000,000	128.03282		$ 1,066,132,887
FY3 2000	¥ 76,935,000,000	111.43857		$ 690,380,359
FY3 2001	¥ - 51,118,000,000	110.60975		$ - 462,147,324
FY3 2002	¥ 82,915,000,000	125.06758		$ 662,961,577
FY3 2003	¥ 112,653,000,000	121.91164		$ 924,054,504
FY3 2004	¥ 67,578,000,000	113.09967		$ 597,508,375
FY3 2005	¥ 43,170,000,000	107.44819		$ 401,775,032
FY3 2006	¥ 8,748,000,000		113.19712		$ 77,281,118
FY3 2007	¥ - 232,325,000,000	116.96085		$ - 1,986,348,423
FY3 2008	¥ - 124,485,000,000	114.33228		$ - 1,088,800,118
FY3 2009	¥ - 58,476,000,000	100.52377		$ - 581,713,161
FY3 2010	¥ - 83,077,000,000	92.93704		$ - 893,906,240
FY3 2011	¥ 35,600,000,000	85.69			$ 415,451,044


Total		¥ 144,061,000,000	-			$ 773,391,515

Average		¥ 9,604,066,666		-			$ 51,559,434


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Notes:
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[1] All Operating Income
[2] As of FY3 2010 the Gaming Division is part of the new
    formed division "Network Products & Services" (Gaming, PC, network business)
[3] As of FY3 2012 the Gaming Division is part of the new
    formed division "Consumer Products & Services" (TV, Audio, Gaming, etc.)

Nintendo
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		Nintendo		ø Exchange Rate		In US Dollar

FY8 1981	¥ 1,640,000,000		215.79178		$ 7,599,919
FY8 1982	¥ 10,711,000,000	237.50504		$ 45,097,990
FY8 1983	¥ 10,462,000,000	245.51742		$ 42,612,048
FY8 1984	¥ 9,433,000,000		234.36888		$ 40,248,518
FY8 1985	¥ 9,823,000,000		248.84148		$ 39,474,930
FY8 1986	¥ 16,742,000,000	187.27592		$ 89,397,505
FY8 1987	¥ 25,191,000,000	151.82885		$ 165,917,084
FY8 1988	¥ 30,109,000,000	131.49907		$ 228,967,399
FY8 1989	¥ 34,271,000,000	132.66649		$ 258,324,465
FY3 1990	¥ 32,929,000,000	145.52028		$ 226,284,611
FY3 1991	¥ 68,885,000,000	141.36355		$ 487,289,687
FY3 1992	¥ 87,104,000,000	133.19753		$ 653,946,060
FY3 1993	¥ 88,608,000,000	124.83114 		$ 709,822,886
FY3 1994	¥ 52,653,000,000	107.90474		$ 487,958,175
FY3 1995	¥ 41,660,000,000	99.39277 		$ 419,145,175
FY3 1996	¥ 59,870,000,000	96.47978 		$ 620,544,533
FY3 1997	¥ 65,481,000,000	112.59456 		$ 581,564,509
FY3 1998	¥ 83,696,000,000	122.80442 		$ 681,538,987
FY3 1999	¥ 85,817,000,000	128.03282 		$ 670,273,450
FY3 2000	¥ 56,061,000,000	111.43857 		$ 503,066,398
FY3 2001	¥ 96,603,000,000	110.60975 		$ 873,367,854
FY3 2002	¥ 106,444,000,000	125.06758 		$ 851,091,866
FY3 2003	¥ 67,267,000,000	121.91164		$ 551,768,478
FY3 2004	¥ 33,194,000,000	113.09967 		$ 293,493,341
FY3 2005	¥ 87,416,000,000	107.44819 		$ 813,564,193
FY3 2006	¥ 98,378,000,000	113.19712 		$ 869,085,715
FY3 2007	¥ 174,290,000,000	116.96085 		$ 1,490,156,749
FY3 2008	¥ 257,342,000,000	114.33228 		$ 2,250,825,401
FY3 2009	¥ 279,089,000,000	100.52377		$ 2,776,348,320
FY3 2010	¥ 228,635,000,000	92.93704		$ 2,460,106,326
FY3 2011	¥ 77,621,000,000	85.69			$ 905,834,987


Total		¥ 2,299,804,000,000	-			$ 20,188,882,572

Average		¥ 76,660,133,333	-			$ 672,962,752


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[1] All Net Income
[2] FY 1981 - FY 1989 are all ending in August
[3] FY 1990 has only seven months because Nintendo started 
    with their FY's ending March from here on

Capcom
Code:
		Capcom			ø Exchange Rate		In US Dollar

FY3 2002	¥ 4,912,000,000		125.06758 		$ 39,274,767
FY3 2003	¥ - 19,598,000,000	121.91164		$ - 160,755,774
FY3 2004	¥ - 9,158,000,000	113.09967 		$ - 80,972,827
FY3 2005	¥ 3,622,000,000		107.44819 		$ 33,709,270
FY3 2006	¥ 6,941,000,000		113.19712 		$ 61,317,815
FY3 2007	¥ 5,852,000,000		116.96085 		$ 50,033,836
FY3 2008	¥ 7,807,000,000		114.33228 		$ 68,283,428
FY3 2009	¥ 8,063,000,000		100.52377		$ 80,209,885
FY3 2010	¥ 2,167,000,000		92.93704		$ 23,316,861
FY3 2011	¥ 7,750,000,000		85.69			$ 90,442,292


Total		¥ 10,608,000,000	-			$ 114,417,261

Average		¥ 1,178,666,667		-			$ 12,713,029


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[1] All Net Income

Electronic Arts
Code:
		Electronic Arts		ø Exchange Rate		In US Dollar

FY3 1995	$ 59,324,000		1			$ 59,324,000
FY3 1996	$ 46,677,000		1			$ 46,677,000
FY3 1997	$ 51,327,000		1			$ 51,327,000
FY3 1998	$ 72,562,000		1			$ 72,562,000
FY3 1999	$ 72,872,000		1			$ 72,872,000
FY3 2000	$ 116,751,000		1			$ 116,751,000
FY3 2001	$ - 11,082,000		1			$ - 11,082,000
FY3 2002	$ 101,509,000		1			$ 101,509,000
FY3 2003	$ 317,097,000		1			$ 317,097,000
FY3 2004	$ 577,292,000		1			$ 577,292,000
FY3 2005	$ 504,000,000		1			$ 504,000,000
FY3 2006	$ 236,000,000		1			$ 236,000,000
FY3 2007	$ 76,000,000		1			$ 76,000,000
FY3 2008	$ - 454,000,000		1			$ - 454,000,000
FY3 2009	$ - 1,088,000,000	1			$ - 1,088,000,000
FY3 2010	$ - 677,000,000		1			$ - 677,000,000
FY3 2011	$ - 276,000,000		1			$ - 276,000,000


Total		$ 1,329,000		-			$ 1,329,000

Average		$ 83,063		-			$ 83,063


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[1] All Net Income

Bandai Namco
Code:
		Bandai Namco		ø Exchange Rate		In US Dollar

FY3 2006	¥ 14,149,000,000	113.19712 		$ 124,994,346
FY3 2007	¥ 24,252,000,000	116.96085 		$ 207,351,434
FY3 2008	¥ 32,679,000,000	114.33228 		$ 285,824,791
FY3 2009	¥ 11,830,000,000	100.52377		$ 117,683,609
FY3 2010	¥ - 29,928,000,000	92.93704		$ - 322,024,459
FY3 2011	¥ 1,848,000,000		85.69			$ 21,566,110


Total		¥ 52,982,000,000	-			$ 413,829,721

Average		¥ 10,596,400,000	-			$ 82,765,944


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[1] All Net Income

Square Enix
Code:
		Square Enix		ø Exchange Rate		In US Dollar

FY3 2004	¥ 10,993,000,000	113.09967 		$ 97,197,454
FY3 2005	¥ 14,932,000,000	107.44819 		$ 138,969,302
FY3 2006	¥ 17,076,000,000	113.19712 		$ 150,851,895
FY3 2007	¥ 11,619,000,000	116.96085 		$ 99,340,933
FY3 2008	¥ 9,196,000,000		114.33228 		$ 80,432,228
FY3 2009	¥ 6,333,000,000		100.52377		$ 63,000,025
FY3 2010	¥ 9,509,000,000		92.93704		$ 102,316,579
FY3 2011	¥ 12,043,000,000	85.69			$ - 140,541,487	


Total		¥ 79,658,000,000	-			$ 732,108,416

Average		¥ 11,379,714,286	-			$ 104,586,917


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Notes:
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[1] All Net Income

Konami
Code:
		Konami			ø Exchange Rate		In US Dollar

FY3 2001	¥ 21,568,000,000	110.60975		$ 214,372,862
FY3 2002	¥ 11,402,000,000	125.06758 		$ 91,166,712
FY3 2003	¥ - 28,519,000,000	121.91164		$ - 233,931,723
FY3 2004	¥ 20,104,000,000	113.09967 		$ 177,754,719
FY3 2005	¥ 10,486,000,000	107.44819 		$ 97,591,221
FY3 2006	¥ 23,008,000,000	113.19712 		$ 203,256,055
FY3 2007	¥ 16,211,000,000	116.96085 		$ 138,601,934
FY3 2008	¥ 18,345,000,000	114.33228 		$ 160,453,373
FY3 2009	¥ 10,874,000,000	100.52377		$ 108,173,420
FY3 2010	¥ 13,314,000,000	92.93704		$ 143,258,275
FY3 2011	¥ 12,934,000,000	85.69			$ 150,939,433


Total		¥ 116,793,000,000	-			$ 1,100,696,848

Average		¥ 11,679,300,000	-			$ 110,069,685


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Notes:
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[1] All Net Income