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In the United States, Oni sold 50,000 copies by October 2001.  It received mixed reviews from critics, with aggregating review websites GameRankings and Metacritic giving the PC version % and 73/100   and the PlayStation 2 version % and 69/100.   Some reviewers were unimpressed by the minimal detail of the environment graphics,  the lack of intelligence on the part of the AI in some situations,  and the plot, which was occasionally criticized as underdeveloped.  The game's difficulty in combination with a lack of savepoints was sometimes cited as a negative.