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@Kougeru: Adjusted for inflation, Broly is now #3, and has overtaken Yu-Gi-Oh's inflation-adjusted gross. And that's despite Broly having a limited release, whereas Yu-Gi-Oh got a wide release.

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@DukeGallison: The first two Pokemon movies are the highest-grossing ever. But those had wide releases. DB Super had a limited release, which makes its box office performance more impressive. It's unusual for a limited-release film to make so much money in the US.

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@thehaxfactory: It's the Xbox GPU that is 5.8 GFLOPS. Its Pentium III CPU was barely even 1 GFLOPS. In terms of both CPU and GPU, Xbox did less GFLOPS than the GameCube. The advantage the Xbox GPU had was its more advanced pixel shading capabilities, not GFLOPS.

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Where is Space Invaders? That was developed by a one-man team, Tomohiro Nishikado.

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@odolwa99: The user average was for the SNES version.

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The article greatly over-estimated the Xbox's FLOPS. The Xbox had 5.8 GFLOPS, less than the GameCube.

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The Sega Genesis/Mega Drive number is incorrect. Sega sold 30.75 million units up until 1994. Sales figures after that are not included, nor does it include consoles sold by Tec Toy (3 million) and Majesco (millions). The final Sega Genesis/Mega Drive sales figure is closer to 40 million.

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@freeformrulz: There was Dark Souls II, which would've been a far better GOTY than Mordor.

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FFXII's story is actually much closer to The Hidden Fortress (the 1958 Akira Kurosawa film that inspired Star Wars) than it is to Star Wars.

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Quantum physics defies the laws of classical physics, or even what we'd call "common sense". If any macro-sized objects did what sub-atomic particles do, we'd be calling it magic, voodoo, or supernatural. Quantum physics has the potential to open up countless possibilities for the future.


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