|1||1||Buzz: The Music Quiz Bundle||Sony||PS2|
|2||2||Star Wars Battlefront II||LucasArts||PS2|
|3||4||Tony Hawk's American Wasteland||Activision||PS2|
|4||7||Crash Tag Team Racing||Vivendi||PS2|
|5||-||SingStar 80s Bundle||Sony||PS2|
|6||-||EyeToy: Play 3 Pack||Sony||PS2|
|7||-||Age of Empires III||Microsoft||PC/Mac|
|8||3||Star Wars Battlefront II||LucasArts||Xbox|
|9||-||EyeToy: Play 3||Sony||PS2|
|10||10||Ricky Ponting Cricket 2005||Codemasters||PS2|
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Australia Sales Chart, Week Ending November 13
Casual games rule the roost for the Australian video game chart this week, as legions of Australian shoppers attempt to buy gift games that would suit anyone else in the ...
Casual games rule the roost for the Australian video game chart this week, as legions of Australian shoppers attempt to buy gift games that would suit anyone else in the family. Buzz: The Music Quiz Bundle remains on top of the heap, while SingStar 80s Bundle makes a return to the charts, and both versions of EyeToy: Play 3 -- with and without an included EyeToy peripheral -- make their debut. All three properties are published by Sony, which seems to have hit on a winning strategy for the territory. Even apart from those games, Sony is doing well this week. Eight of the top ten are PlayStation 2 games; in addition to the ones already listed, there's Star Wars Battlefront II, Tony Hawk's American Wasteland, Crash Tag Team Racing, and Ricky Ponting International Cricket 2005. The non-PS2 games, clustered near the bottom of the chart, are Age of Empires III for PC and the Xbox version of Star Wars Battlefront II.
Official Australia Interactive Games Charts (c) GfK Group