|2||1||Need for Speed Underground Rivals||EA||PSP|
|4||-||Charlie & the Chocolate Factory||GlobalStar||GBA|
|5||4||V8 Supercars 2||Atari||PSP|
|7||-||Midnight Club 3 DUB Edition||Rockstar||PSP|
|9||-||Cricket 2005||EA||PlayStation 2|
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Australia Sales Chart, Week Ending September 11
Though this week's chart is still flooded with PSP titles from the system's Australian launch two weeks ago, normalcy is beginning to reassert itself: Pokémon Emerald<...
Though this week's chart is still flooded with PSP titles from the system's Australian launch two weeks ago, normalcy is beginning to reassert itself: Pokémon Emerald wasted no time in rebounding from #9 to #1 in this week's all-format retail charts, and even Cricket 2005 has poked its head back in near the bottom reaches. (NB: Though Cricket is listed as #9, it may in fact be #8, owing to a formatting error in the week's charts that makes it difficult to tell.) Newcomers to the chart are Charlie & The Chocolate Factory on GBA courtesy of GlobalStar, and Rockstar's Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition on PSP. Most of the other PSP games on the chart have slipped a couple of positions but maintain a presence on the charts, indicating that the new handheld may continue to be a force in Australian retail so long as developers can continue to supply new product.
Official Australia Interactive Games Charts (c) GfK Group