Capcom this morning gave a hearty "Thanks, partner!" to its recently-shipped Resident Evil 5
. According to the company, the
action game has already shipped more than 4 million copies worldwide since March 5, when it first infected Japanese retail shelves. Granted, this figure just represents copies shipped, not sold, though we're sure those numbers are in a barrel around here somewhere.
Echoing this, Capcom noted that the demo has also been downloaded over 4 million times since it was released. The latest adventure in Capcom's long-running series has been gaining some impressive
, if predictable traction among reviewers. However, as you may have read
), the experience is not without its problems, even if we can't quit staring at Chris Redfield's impressive guns.