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Australia Sales Chart, Week Ending August 14

With Grand Theft Auto out of the picture, and a relatively quiet season for big releases, the Australian all-format video game retail charts are once again topped ...
With Grand Theft Auto out of the picture, and a relatively quiet season for big releases, the Australian all-format video game retail charts are once again topped by Nintendo's Pokémon Emerald. Other games keeping a steady profile on the charts are SingStar Pop Bundle, Tekken 5, and Battlefield 2. EA Games' 2005 editions of Cricket continue to be wildly popular, with the Xbox version now within shooting distance of the PS2 edition. At the bottom reaches of the top 10, a few titles from earlier in the year make interesting resurgences, with Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater coming back to #8 and Gran Turismo 4 popping up at #9.
TWLWTitlePublisherFormats
11Pokémon EmeraldNintendoGBA
22Cricket 2005EA SportsPS2
34SingStar Pop BundleSony Computer Entertainment EuropePS2
46Cricket 2005EA SportsXbox
57Battlefield 2EAPC/Mac
63Tekken 5NamcoPS2
78World of WarcraftBlizzardPC/Mac
8-Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake EaterAtariPS2
9-Gran Turismo 4SonyPS2
10-The Sims 2: UniversityEAPC/Mac
Official Australia Interactive Games Charts (c) GfK Group

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