Nobody could have anticipated it would become the premium portion.
But with the publisher's traditional franchises floundering a little, it's down to the likes of Deus Ex and Tomb Raider to prop up the Japanese company's finances. Thankfully they're doing a sterling job, with the recently released Deus Ex: Human Revolution posting respectable numbers of up to 2.18 million across the US and Europe.
Dungeon Siege III fared less successfully — but still better than expected — managing to sell through 820,000 copies comparatively.
What's most interesting is that both titles fared much more strongly in Europe than North America. Presumably because neither game's boxart featured a man with a bald head.