NewsTake-Two's Mafia II reached the top position on the all-platform UK sales charts for the second week in a row despite a 23 percent week-on-week drop in sales for the week ended September 4, Chart-Track said Monday. Take-Two said in a recent earnings call that it expects Mafia II, developed by 2K Czech, to be "another profitable title for Take-Two." The game debuted at number one in the UK the prior week, following its August 27 launch in the region. Nintendo and Team Ninja's Metroid: Other M wasn't able to crack the top 10 in the UK, debuting at number 12 on the all-platforms chart, following its September 3 launch. Below are Chart-Track's all-platforms sales charts, which lump together unit sales of all versions of a given title. UK All-Platforms Top 10 1. Mafia II (Take-Two) 2. Kayne & Lynch 2: Dog Days (Square Enix) 3. Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo) 4. Toy Story 3 (Disney Interactive) 5. Red Dead Redemption (Take-Two) 6. Just Dance (Ubisoft) 7. Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Nintendo) 8. Sniper: Ghost Warrior (City Interactive) 9. Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (Ubisoft) 10. Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 (Ubisoft) UK Individual Platforms Top 10 The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Mafia II captured the first and second positions on Chart-Track's individual platforms top 10, which separately ranks individual versions of a given title. While the Wii-exclusive Metroid: Other M just missed the top 10 rankings on the all-platforms chart, it managed to come in at number 10 on the individual platforms rankings. 1. Mafia II (Take-Two, Xbox 360) 2. Mafia II (Take-Two, PS3) 3. Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo, Wii) 4. Kayne & Lynch 2: Dog Days (Square Enix, Xbox 360) 5. Kayne & Lynch 2: Dog Days (Square Enix, PS3) 6. Just Dance (Ubisoft, Wii) 7. Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Nintendo, Wii) 8. Sniper: Ghost Warrior (City Interactive, Xbox 360) 9. Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 (Ubisoft, Xbox 360) 10. Metroid: Other M (Nintendo, Wii)
Mafia II Leads Again, Metroid Misses Top 10 In UK
Take-Two's Mafia II reached the top position on the UK retail game charts for the second week in a row, despite a 23 percent drop in sales, as Nintendo's Metroid: Other M debuted at number 12.