I guess business was the wrong word. What I fear is that Goldeneye will be pushed harder in advertisement than Blood Stone, which will effect sales. I could be totally wrong, probably am actually, but I just think Activision plans on making more off of Goldeneye than Blood Stone, and their advertisement will reflect that. Again, hope I'm wrong as I want both games to succeed so we can get more.
Bloodstone will definitely have the bigger marketing push. It's on 3 platforms and undoubtedly has a budget exponentially bigger than GoldenEye's.
I don't think the number of platforms will determine marketing dollars. I suspect GoldenEye and Blood Stone have the same marketing budget, but because of nostalgia with the GoldenEye name in the video game world, it's going to get more press regardless if it's good or bad. As far as sales go I think it's going to depend on how good the games are. If GoldenEye is a solid "B" it'll sell really well, but anything less than that and it'll run into trouble. I personally don't think it'll sell well just because of its name, however I could be wrong. The Wii is an odd system with a massive user base. The 10th best selling Wii game clears 7 million in sales. For the 360 and the PS3 it's like 2 million.