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GameFly: GTA4, Mario Kart Retain Top Slots

This week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, representing the most requested games for the week ending April 21st, show Rockstar's GTA IV and Nintendo's Mario Kart Wii hanging on to the top two slots.

Chris Remo

April 21, 2008

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This week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, representing the most requested games for the seven-day period ending April 21st, highlight both to-be-released and already released games in a unique demand-specific chart. The platform-agnostic chart saw no movement in its top three slots, with upcoming titles Grand Theft Auto IV and Mario Kart Wii at the top and last month's Dark Sector holding on at number three. Secret Level's Iron Man movie adaptation game leapt into list at number four, giving unreleased games the majority this week, and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 rounded out the top five. They pushed last month's four and five, Viking: Battle for Asgard and Army of Two, down to six and seven respectively. What follows is a breakdown of the top titles requested by GameFly subscribers across each of the major platforms: Xbox 360 1. Grand Theft Auto IV (Rockstar North, Take-Two) 2. Dark Sector (Digital Extremes, D3Publisher) 3. Iron Man (Secret Level, Sega) 4. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 (Ubisoft Montreal, Ubisoft) 5. Viking: Battle for Asgard (The Creative Assembly, Sega) Wii 1. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo EAD, Nintendo) 2. Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Nintendo EAD Tokyo, Nintendo) 3. Okami (Clover Studio/Ready at Dawn, Capcom) 4. Summer Sports: Paradise Island (Digital Embryo, Destineer) 5. No More Heroes (Grasshopper Manufacture, Ubisoft) PlayStation 3 1. Grand Theft Auto IV (Rockstar North, Take-Two) 2. Gran Turismo 5 Prologue (Polyphony Digital, Sony Computer Entertainment) 3. Iron Man (Secret Level, Sega) 4. Dark Sector (Digital Extremes, D3Publisher) 5. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (Kojima Productions, Konami) PlayStation 2 1. Iron Man (Secret Level, Sega) 2. Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3 (CyberConnect2, Namco Bandai) 3. Persona 3: FES (Atlus, Atlus) 4. God of War II (SCE Santa Monica, Sony Computer Entertainment) 5. Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis (Gust, NIS America/Koei) Nintendo DS 1. The World Ends With You (Square Enix, Square Enix) 2. Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness (Chunsoft, Nintendo) 3. Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time (Chunsoft, Nintendo) 4. Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword (Team NINJA, Tecmo) 5. Professor Layton & the Curious Village (Level-5, Nintendo) PSP 1. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII (Square Enix, Square Enix) 2. God of War: Chains of Olympus (Ready at Dawn, Sony Computer Entertainment) 3. Patapon (SCE Japan, Sony Computer Entertainment) 4. SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Tactical Strike (Slant Six Games, Sony Computer Entertainment) 5. MLB 08: The Show (SCE San Diego, Sony Computer Entertainment)

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Chris Remo is Gamasutra's Editor at Large. He was a founding editor of gaming culture site Idle Thumbs, and prior to joining the Gamasutra team he served as Editor in Chief of hardcore-oriented consumer gaming site Shacknews.

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