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Resi Wii reaches 1 million mark

Revamped games sell well, see.

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Capcom has said over one million copies of Resident Evil 4 have shipped for the Wii across the world, reports.

Resident Evil 4 first appeared on GameCube in 2005 and has since appeared on both PS2 and PC.

Capcom also has numerous exclusive titles in development for Wii, including We Love Golf, Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles and Monster Hunter 3.

But it suggests the publisher is finding prolonged life in its past catalogue, too, following a recent announcement that it would recreate critically acclaimed PS2 game Okami for Wii.

Capcom has enjoyed continued success on the new generation of consoles, selling healthy amounts of new IP Dead Rising and Lost Planet on the Xbox 360. The publisher is also currently working with European and American developers to expand its success outside of its native Japan.

Pop over to our Capcom Gamer's Day 2007 Roundup to see what it has planned for the future.

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