|1||3||More Brain Training from Dr Kawashima||Nintendo||DS|
|2||2||Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare||Activision||360|
|3||4||Dr Kawashima's Brain Training||Nintendo||DS|
|5||7||Cooking Mama||505 Games||DS|
|7||10||Super Mario Galaxy||Nintendo||Wii|
|9||11||The Simpsons Game||EA||PS2|
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More Brain Training Back On Top Of UK Charts
More Brain Training (aka Brain Age 2) is back at the top of the UK individual format charts, with the expected post-Christmas fall in unit sales adversely affecting Assassin’s Creed but benefiting FIFA 08’s position.
After being knocked off the number one spot last week, following its Christmas week triumph, Nintendo’s More Brain Training (aka Brain Age 2) is back at the top of the UK individual format charts. With no significant new titles due for several weeks, the charts continue to be dominated by existing games, with the Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty 4 holding on at number two, the original Brain Training at number three and Super Mario Galaxy up three places to number seven. Although every game has lost sales on the previous week, Assassin’s Creed has fallen the fastest with overall sales down 70 percent, falling from first place in the combined format charts to number four. The Xbox 360 version falls four places to number four in the individual format charts, with the PlayStation 3 version down three to number eight. Call Of Duty 4 fell 56 percent and The Simpsons Game 58 percent, despite a rise in chart positions. Electronic Arts’ FIFA 08 gained the most though, claiming number one in the combined format charts and seeing the Xbox 360 version at number ten in the individual format charts, the PlayStation 2 at number eleven, PlayStation 3 at eighteen and PSP at twenty-two.
Leisure software charts compiled by Chart Track, (C)2008. ELSPA Ltd