Although U.K. sales of Electronic Arts' The Sims 3
for PC dropped 48 percent week-on-week, the game was still able to hold off the launch of the Activision Blizzard game Prototype
, Chart-Track said Monday.
The Sims 3
topped the all-platform charts for the week ended June 13, followed by Prototype
, which launched on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. On Chart-Track's individual platform sales charts, The Sims 3
was on top, with the Xbox 360 version of Prototype following in second place.
The Sims 3
launched a week prior to Prototype
, debuting in the number one spot. The Sims
franchise has sold over 100 million units worldwide to date.
for Xbox 360 and PS3 were the only new two brand new SKUs in the top 10 during the week, although EA Sports' new Wii MotionPlus-compatible Grand Slam Tennis
debuted at number 12.
Falling out of the top 10 from last week was the PS3 version of THQ's Red Faction: Guerrilla
and Activision Blizzard's Guitar Hero: Metallica
for Xbox 360.
The PS3-exclusive Infamous
broke the top 10 for another week, dropping from six to nine on the chart. Exercise games Wii Fit
and EA Sports Active
also were in the top 10.
Below are the unit sales rankings for individual platforms for the week ended June 13:
|1||1||The Sims 3||EA ||PC|
|NEW||2||Prototype||Activision Blizzard||Xbox 360|
|2||4||Red Faction: Guerrilla||THQ||Xbox 360|
|3||5||EA Sports Active||EA||Wii|
|5||7||UFC 2009: Undisputed||THQ||Xbox 360|
|8||10||UFC 2009: Undisputed||THQ||PS3|
Leisure software charts compiled by Chart Track
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