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On 30 July 2008, Capcom revealed that the Wii version of ''Ōkami'' had sold approximately 280,000 copies in North America and Europe since its release date.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://kotaku.com/5031280/okami-on-wii-didnt-do-so-well | title = Okami On Wii Didn't Do So Well | publisher = Kotaku | date = 30 July 2008 | accessdate = 30 July 2008 | first = Luke | last = Plunkett }}</ref> The Wii version debuted in Japan with a modest 24,000 copies sold in its first week in the region.<ref>{{cite web | author=Remo, Chris | date=22 October 2009 | title=Japanese Software: Pokemon, Wii Fit Plus Hold Fast In Top Slots | url=http://www.gamasutra.com/php-bin/news_index.php?story=25767 | publisher=Gamasutra | accessdate=22 October 2009}}</ref> It was the sixth-bestselling game in Japan on October 23, 2009.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://wii.ign.com/articles/103/1038322p1.html|title=Okami Hits Top Ten in Japan|author=Anoop Gantayat}}</ref> Total sales for the game remained under 600,000 total units by March 2009, and was named the "least commercially successful winner of a game of the year award" in the 2010 version of the ''Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition''.<ref>{{cite book | title = 2010 Guinness World Records Gamers Edition | isbn = 978-0-7440-1183-8 | year= 2010 | publisher = BradyGames }}</ref> By mid-2011 the PS2 version had sold 450,872 copies worldwide<ref name="Okami Sales PS2"/> and the Wii version had sold 422,716 copies.<ref name="Okami Sales Wii"/>
 
On 30 July 2008, Capcom revealed that the Wii version of ''Ōkami'' had sold approximately 280,000 copies in North America and Europe since its release date.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://kotaku.com/5031280/okami-on-wii-didnt-do-so-well | title = Okami On Wii Didn't Do So Well | publisher = Kotaku | date = 30 July 2008 | accessdate = 30 July 2008 | first = Luke | last = Plunkett }}</ref> The Wii version debuted in Japan with a modest 24,000 copies sold in its first week in the region.<ref>{{cite web | author=Remo, Chris | date=22 October 2009 | title=Japanese Software: Pokemon, Wii Fit Plus Hold Fast In Top Slots | url=http://www.gamasutra.com/php-bin/news_index.php?story=25767 | publisher=Gamasutra | accessdate=22 October 2009}}</ref> It was the sixth-bestselling game in Japan on October 23, 2009.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://wii.ign.com/articles/103/1038322p1.html|title=Okami Hits Top Ten in Japan|author=Anoop Gantayat}}</ref> Total sales for the game remained under 600,000 total units by March 2009, and was named the "least commercially successful winner of a game of the year award" in the 2010 version of the ''Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition''.<ref>{{cite book | title = 2010 Guinness World Records Gamers Edition | isbn = 978-0-7440-1183-8 | year= 2010 | publisher = BradyGames }}</ref> By mid-2011 the PS2 version had sold 450,872 copies worldwide<ref name="Okami Sales PS2"/> and the Wii version had sold 422,716 copies.<ref name="Okami Sales Wii"/>
 
===Legacy===
 
===Legacy===
Ben Mattes, producer for the 2008 ''Prince of Persia'' video game, cites ''Ōkami'' as well as ''Ico'' and ''Shadow of the Colossus'' as influences on the gameplay and artwork for the game.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2009/01/05/prince-of-persia-producer-addresses-colossus-copycat-critique/ | title = ‘Prince of Persia’ Producer Addresses ‘Colossus’ Copycat Critique | publisher = ''MTV'' | first = Stephan | last = Totilo | date = 5 January 2009 | accessdate = 5 January 2009 }}</ref> Capcom's ''Street Fighter IV'' is also stated to have models influenced by ''Ōkami'' with hand-drawn images and brushstroke-like effects.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://play.tm/preview/22786/street-fighter-iv/ | title = Preview: Street Fighter IV | date = 5 January 2009 | accessdate = 5 January 2009 | publisher = Play.tm | first = Luke | last= Guttridge }}</ref> A new Disney video game, ''Epic Mickey'', uses similar drawing aspects as ''Ōkami'' allowing the player to draw and modify parts of levels to proceed.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.computerandvideogames.com/article.php?id=220427 | title = Epic Mickey details arise | date = 30 July 2009 | accessdate =3 August 2009 | first = Gavin | last = Ogden | publisher = Computer and Video Games }}</ref> The final boss, Yami, appears as a boss character in the crossover fighting game, ''Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars''.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.gamespot.com/news/6209856.html | title = Tatsunoko vs. Capcom confirmed for US | first = Tom | last = Magrino | publisher = Gamespot | date = 18 May 2009 | accessdate = 18 May 2009 }}</ref> Amaterasu is also a [[wikipedia:Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|playable character in ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds'']].<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.destructoid.com/amaterasu-and-thor-join-marvel-vs-capcom-3-179564.phtml | title = Amaterasu and Thor join Marvel vs. Capcom 3 | publisher = Destructoid | first = Hamza CTZ | last = Aziz | date = 2010-07-21 | accessdate = 2010-07-21 }}</ref> After Clover's dissolution and most of its staff's subsequent reformation as Platinum Games, one of their next games, ''Bayonetta'', contains several references to ''Ōkami''; the most notable of these is when Bayonetta transforms into a panther, and like Amaterasu, a trail of flowers and plant life follows her.<ref>{{Cite web | url = http://palgn.com.au/xbox-360/15592/bayonetta-review/ | title = Bayonetta Review | date =2010-01-07 | accessdate= 2010-07-15 | first = Jahanzeb | last = Khan | publisher = PalGN }}</ref> For the 2010 San Diego Comic Con, Capcom raffled a limited run of t-shirts designed by Gerald de Jesus and iam8bit that placed Amaterasu and Chibiterasu (from ''Ōkamiden'') into a homage to the Three Wolf Moon t-shirt.<ref>{{Cite web | url = http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2010/07/15/awesome-three-wolf-moon-shirt-gets-okami-fied/ | title = Awesome Three Wolf Moon Shirt Gets 'Okami'-fied | work = MTV | date = 2010-07-15 | accessdate = 2010-07-15 | first = Brian | last = Warmouth }}</ref> In [[w:c:monsterhunter:Monster Hunter Generations|Monster Hunter Generations]], Capcom released a DLC pack with an Amaterasu-themed armor set that one can craft for their Palico.<ref>{{Cite web | url = http://www.capcom-unity.com/dubindoh/blog/2016/08/05/monster-hunter-generations-august-free-dlc-pack | title = Monster Hunter Generations – August Free DLC pack | date = 2016-08-05 | accessdate = 2016-08-20 | first = Yuri | last = Araujo }}</ref>
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Ben Mattes, producer for the 2008 ''Prince of Persia'' video game, cites ''Ōkami'' as well as ''Ico'' and ''Shadow of the Colossus'' as influences on the gameplay and artwork for the game.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2009/01/05/prince-of-persia-producer-addresses-colossus-copycat-critique/ | title = ‘Prince of Persia’ Producer Addresses ‘Colossus’ Copycat Critique | publisher = ''MTV'' | first = Stephan | last = Totilo | date = 5 January 2009 | accessdate = 5 January 2009 }}</ref> Capcom's ''Street Fighter IV'' is also stated to have models influenced by ''Ōkami'' with hand-drawn images and brushstroke-like effects.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://play.tm/preview/22786/street-fighter-iv/ | title = Preview: Street Fighter IV | date = 5 January 2009 | accessdate = 5 January 2009 | publisher = Play.tm | first = Luke | last= Guttridge }}</ref> A new Disney video game, ''Epic Mickey'', uses similar drawing aspects as ''Ōkami'' allowing the player to draw and modify parts of levels to proceed.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.computerandvideogames.com/article.php?id=220427 | title = Epic Mickey details arise | date = 30 July 2009 | accessdate =3 August 2009 | first = Gavin | last = Ogden | publisher = Computer and Video Games }}</ref> The final boss, Yami, appears as a boss character in the crossover fighting game, ''Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars''.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.gamespot.com/news/6209856.html | title = Tatsunoko vs. Capcom confirmed for US | first = Tom | last = Magrino | publisher = Gamespot | date = 18 May 2009 | accessdate = 18 May 2009 }}</ref> Amaterasu is also a [[Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds|playable character in ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds'']].<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.destructoid.com/amaterasu-and-thor-join-marvel-vs-capcom-3-179564.phtml | title = Amaterasu and Thor join Marvel vs. Capcom 3 | publisher = Destructoid | first = Hamza CTZ | last = Aziz | date = 2010-07-21 | accessdate = 2010-07-21 }}</ref> After Clover's dissolution and most of its staff's subsequent reformation as Platinum Games, one of their next games, ''Bayonetta'', contains several references to ''Ōkami''; the most notable of these is when Bayonetta transforms into a panther, and like Amaterasu, a trail of flowers and plant life follows her.<ref>{{Cite web | url = http://palgn.com.au/xbox-360/15592/bayonetta-review/ | title = Bayonetta Review | date =2010-01-07 | accessdate= 2010-07-15 | first = Jahanzeb | last = Khan | publisher = PalGN }}</ref> For the 2010 San Diego Comic Con, Capcom raffled a limited run of t-shirts designed by Gerald de Jesus and iam8bit that placed Amaterasu and Chibiterasu (from ''Ōkamiden'') into a homage to the Three Wolf Moon t-shirt.<ref>{{Cite web | url = http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2010/07/15/awesome-three-wolf-moon-shirt-gets-okami-fied/ | title = Awesome Three Wolf Moon Shirt Gets 'Okami'-fied | work = MTV | date = 2010-07-15 | accessdate = 2010-07-15 | first = Brian | last = Warmouth }}</ref> In [[w:c:monsterhunter:Monster Hunter Generations|Monster Hunter Generations]], Capcom released a DLC pack with an Amaterasu-themed armor set that one can craft for their Palico.<ref>{{Cite web | url = http://www.capcom-unity.com/dubindoh/blog/2016/08/05/monster-hunter-generations-august-free-dlc-pack | title = Monster Hunter Generations – August Free DLC pack | date = 2016-08-05 | accessdate = 2016-08-20 | first = Yuri | last = Araujo }}</ref>
   
 
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