EA manages to dominate the list with six entries total, while Microsoft, Traveller's Tales, Take-Two, THQ, Bethesda, and SEGA all have one each. Surprisingly, no Sony-published titles broke the top 20, a sign that the media giant's first-party brands are likely not as strong as it would have hoped.
By studying this list, publishers should have an understanding of what existing properties would work best in the upcoming generation and what areas they could try to fill with new ones. I recognize that only Nintendo's portable software would sell through enough units to make this list, so it's for the best that handhelds weren't considered. Still, by disregarding handhelds on not only this list but also in the rest of its FY14 plans, Ubisoft seems to have made up its mind to steer clear of the portable space.
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