Infographic: This War of Mine Stats are Sobering

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This War of Mine title logo This War of Mine is a game unlike any other. While most, if not all war games, have you play the role of a well-equipped soldier shooting and killing his/her way to victory, it has you control a group of civilians in a besieged city, letting you experience the pain of war through the eyes of ordinary men, women and children. Developer 11 Bit Studios has released some statistics about is well-received dark survival game, and they are intriguing to say the least. Presented in an easy-to-digest infographic, This War of Mine’s stats range from the game making back its development cost in just 2 days to the number of players that managed to reach the end. You want to know something pleasantly shocking? This War of Mine has been outselling Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on Steam since its launch! Does that mean gamers are tired of playing the same types of games over and over, year after year? I digress… Make the jump for all the statistics: This War of Mine stats MUST WATCH: New This War of Mine Trailer is About The Things That Take us Back Even the most ardent FPS fan has to admit that those are some very powerful statistics. In a gaming industry overflowing with sequels and prequels, This War of Mine is creative, different and downright entertaining. It’s a breath of fresh air, and it’s good to see it do so well. In fact, 11 Bit Studios' little indie game is one of the best rated games on Steam with over 2,300 reviews, 96 percent of which are positive. Considering that 11 Bit Studios teamed up with War Child -- a charity organization that’s helps real-world victims of war -- to promote the game and raise money for the charity’s projects, it would have been interesting to see how many players actually donated to War Child. Unfortunately, that statistic is nowhere to be found. Have you played This War of Mine? If so, let us know what you thought about it in the comments below.

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