Nippon Ichi, developer of the bizarre strategy RPG games set in a universe of humans, demons, and angels reported sales of 1 billion yen, and net earnings of 122 million yen. A huge improvement over their forecast of a net loss of 10 million yen. To quickly convert yen to dollar, divide those numbers by roughly 100 and you have a general idea.
The earning reports cited the fourth entry in the Disgaea series selling splendidly in the United States and the DLC sales after the restoration of the Playstation Network were also stellar. Along with this they gave a nod to royalties from licensing their characters to other outlets, and good sales in their other departments. One of these was the PSP visual novel Uta no Prince-Sama Repeat, which was developed and published by Nippon Ichi and Broccoli (Developers of Galaxy Angel), which also got some nice boosts in sails after the anime adaption was aired in July.
Good for them, a few months back I was worried about their bottom line months back since it seemed to be slipping quite a good bit, and I love every single product Nippon Ichi has even touched. You can read the Japanese earnings report here if you are so inclined, sadly I can’t translate it too well: https://www.release.tdnet.info/inbs/140120111028033634.pdf