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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<...

Nich Maragos, Blogger

September 15, 2005

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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.

TW

LW

Title

Publisher

Formats

1

9

Pokémon Emerald

Nintendo

GBA

2

1

Need for Speed Underground Rivals

EA

PSP

3

3

Untold Legends

Sony

PSP

4

-

Charlie & the Chocolate Factory

GlobalStar

GBA

5

4

V8 Supercars 2

Atari

PSP

6

2

Ridge Racer

Namco

PSP

7

-

Midnight Club 3 DUB Edition

Rockstar

PSP

8

6

Wipeout Pure

Sony

PSP

9

-

Cricket 2005

EA

PlayStation 2

10

5

MediEvil Resurrection

Sony

PSP

Official Australia Interactive Games Charts (c) GfK Group

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