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Commercially Unsuccessful Pokémon Spinoff Video Games?

Discussion in 'Pokémon Spinoff Discussion' started by MiloticTwins, Dec 19, 2018.

  1. MiloticTwins

    MiloticTwins Well-Known Member

    I have thought that some of the Pokémon spinoff video games were commercially successful, while others weren't. So, if you have thought of the Pokémon spinoff video games that weren't commercially successful, please let me know. Thank you. ;)
     
  2. Prof. SALTY

    Prof. SALTY The Scruffy Professor

    I think even the bad games have been commercially successful... I'd say the least successful ones were games with limited regional release such as Puzzle League, Stadium (JP), and TCG GB 2 as well as later games in a series of spin spinoffs like Explorers of Sky and Guardian Signs.
     
  3. shoz999

    shoz999 Do you play competitive bro?

    From my knowledge, actually I don't there ever has been an unsuccessful Pokemon spinoff video game. Take Pokemon Ranger Guardian Signs for example. This game was released late in the DS lifecycle, is the third iteration of a DS-only series so you'd assume people would get Ranger fatigue but the think is it sold at least over a million copies.
     
  4. Prof. SALTY

    Prof. SALTY The Scruffy Professor

    Yeah Guardian Signs still sold well as did every game I mentioned. They likely sold the least of any pokemon game but that definitely doesn't mean they were commercial failures.
     

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