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PSP's Daxter has sold 2 million copies

Ready At Dawn, developer of the upcoming God of War: Chains of Olympus for PSP, has announced that its Daxter game has sold 2 million copies

Ready At Dawn, developer of the upcoming PSP God of War title, has announced that its Daxter game has sold 2 million copies.

Daxter, the company's first title, was originally released in 2006.

The game was later bundled with the slim model PSP - ceramic white in Europe and silver in the US - and was the best-selling PSP entertainment pack by a wide margin, according to Ready at Dawn.

Daxter was also branded as a Greatest Hits title last year, which may have helped the title reach its biggest increase in sales during the holiday season.

Ready at Dawn's second game, God of War: Chains of Olympus, is scheduled for release on March 4.

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