Update: Most sales on 3DS - Mutant Mudds Deluxe has sold more on Wii U than Steam/PS3/Vita versions combined - Nintendo Everything

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Update: Most sales on 3DS – Mutant Mudds Deluxe has sold more on Wii U than Steam/PS3/Vita versions combined

Posted on February 12, 2014 by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS eShop, News, Wii U eShop

Update: Watsham has confirmed that 3DS has the best-selling version (see below).

Renegade Kid co-founder Jools Watsham shared an interesting sales tidbit about Mutant Mudds Deluxe on Twitter just a few minutes ago.

According to Watsham, sales of the Wii U version have outperformed the Steam, PS3, and PS Vita release combined. He said:

For what it’s worth, Mutant Mudds Deluxe has been out on Wii U longer than the PS3 and PS Vita versions by a few months, but the PC release hit Steam nearly a year prior.

As for the 3DS, that version tops all, Watsham says:


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  • Nocturne

    proving real gamers have a wii u

  • Rowdy

    This is great news! MMD was a great game, and the mirror levels were grueling at times but very fun and rewarding.

  • CawoodJosh

    I live in Europe and Mutant Mudds Deluxe still isn’t out on PS3 and PS Vita, it’s worth to note that the PlayStation versions are only out in America

    • ronin4life

      In all honesty, the real story here is WiiU VS steam. There is a huge gap in customer bases there.

  • Carlos

    If you put the right games on the right platform it’s going to sell. You have these companies trying to put games that they know aren’t going to see and then try to blame the user base for that system, for not buying the game.

  • vGameOn

    Steam was released after Wii U. While PC version was available prior to the WiiU version. There is a large portion of gamers who will wait for Steam version rather than buy PC versions. Regardless it’s still a solid accomplishment as the PC version was featured in several bundles as well.

  • Jaspertine (aka Jean-Victor)

    Mutant Mudds is an excellent game, well deserving of sales and recognition on every platform. With publishers like EA and Ubisoft losing interest in supporting the WiiU, it’s great to see teams like Renegade Kid and WayForward stepping up to the plate to support all the gamers that aren’t good enough for the AAA crowd.

    These are the kinds of third parties and the kind of games that make me feel good about purchasing a WiiU, and here’s to hoping Nintendo strengthens their relationship with these people in the future.