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Stiq Figures, April 1 - 7: Tax Evaders 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.

This week on Stiq Figures, we're creeping far too close to our deadline in filing taxes. We figure the best way to spend this time without pushing papers is by playing Tax Evaders, a browser-based game in which players control an angry mob of citizens that shoot large fists at corporations that allegedly don't pay their share of taxes to the US government. The game is largely political in origin, as the Tax Evaders site lists a number of sources and allies that support the politi-game's statement.

3DS LL: 34,180 [DOWN] 4,262 (11.09%)
3DS: 22,684 [DOWN] 5,854 (20.51%)
Vita: 19,328 [DOWN] 12,467 (39.21%)
PS3: 16,807 [DOWN] 2,262 (11.86%)
Wii U: 14,783 [DOWN] 8,046 (35.24%)
PSP: 8,876 [DOWN] 3,718 (29.52%)
Wii: 1,718 [DOWN] 140 (7.53%)
Xbox 360: 536 [DOWN] 62 (10.37%)

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