Seth Killian, the Community Manager at Capcom, explains that the Wii brawler has performed better than they had anticipated.
In a recent interview regarding the "Capcom Vs." series, Seth Killian, the Community Manager at Capcom, spoke about the sales of Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars:
"[Tatsunoko Vs Capcom] certainly beat the initial expectations. It didn't set any land speed records, but it was a success. And that's really saying something considering that we're talking about a game that was not only never coming out, but has a title that most people can't even pronounce."
After the failure Capcom had with Spyborgs, they had a lot riding on Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom, so it is nice to see that the game turned out to be a success in their eyes. Who knows, maybe the success of the game will result in a sequel on the Wii.