The distinctly average Aliens: Colonial Marines (5/10) has shipped over 1.3 million copies across PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, according to SEGA’s latest financial reports.
That means it’s shifted around about the same number of units (1.36 million, at least to retail) as the much better Sonic Racing Transformed, one of last year’s most enjoyable arcade racers.
It’s worth noting that some retailers are struggling to sell Aliens – it’s available at around a tenner on the UK high street if you ask around.
Football Manager 2013, on PC, sold 940,000 copies.
The same report also states that SEGA will bring five new PlayStation Vita titles to market this year, and seven to the Wii U, showing it hasn’t given up on the two formats.
SEGA are also “intending” to publish next-gen software, although the report is hugely vague on what or when that might be.
In related news, we’re sad to see that Aliens co-developers TimeGate have apparently shut down their offices.