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Stiq Figures, November 26 - December 2: ATV Offroad edition


Welcome to Stiq Figures, where the sales data is after the break and the posts don't matter. Every week, we take a look at, uh, something – meanwhile, the previous week's Japanese hardware sales figures are posted after the jump, and a discussion of said figures takes place in our comments. It may not be conventional, but it's a time-honored Joystiq tradition.

ATV Offroad Fury doesn't feel like an old game, even though it launched in 2001 for PS2. When taking one look at the game's official website, its age certainly shows.

Of all the old websites for games we've looked at on Stiq Figures, this one certainly stands out. Not only is it complete with a rather awful flash game, but it also allows viewers to get a 360 degree panoramic view of a few of the game's tracks. Arguably the best (read: worst) part is the site's ATV builder section, which features two tire types: a large set "for the adventurer" and a small set "for wussies." These web designers weren't messing around, apparently.

3DS LL: 106,757 [UP] 5,090 (5.01%)
3DS:60,410 60,651 [UP] 241 (0.40%)
PS3: 29,809 [DOWN] 4,358 (12.75%)
PSP: 15,941 [DOWN] 962 (5.69%)
Vita: 11,066 [UP] 1,354 (13.94%)
Wii: 5,550 [UP] 1,960 (54.60%)
Xbox 360: 1,217 [DOWN] 278 (18.60%)
PS2: 812 [UP] 65 (8.70%)
DSi LL: 248 [UP] 7 (2.90%)
DSi: 209 [DOWN] 2 (0.95%)

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