|1||1||Buzz: The Music Quiz Bundle||Sony||PS2|
|2||6||EyeToy: Play 3 Pack||Sony||PS2|
|3||5||SingStar 80s Bundle||Sony||PS2|
|4||-||Mario Kart DS||Nintendo||Nintendo DS|
|5||9||EyeToy: Play 3||Sony||PS2|
|6||-||Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire||EA||PS2|
|7||2||Star Wars Battlefront II||LucasArts||PS2|
|8||4||Crash Team Racing||Vivendi||PS2|
|9||7||Age of Empires III||Microsoft||PC/Mac|
|10||-||Nintendogs: Lab & Friends||Nintendo||Nintendo DS|
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Australia Sales Chart, Week Ending November 20
The EyeToy further strengthens its hold over the Australian game retail charts, as the peripheral-based games introduced in the previous week's chart all begin to congreg...
The EyeToy further strengthens its hold over the Australian game retail charts, as the peripheral-based games introduced in the previous week's chart all begin to congregate toward the top of the heap. Buzz: The Music Quiz Bundle is still at #1, and is now being closely dogged by EyeToy: Play, in versions with and without an included camera device, while SingStar 80s Bundle rockets to #3. The only non-EyeToy game in the top 5 is Nintendo's online debut Mario Kart DS, introduced at #4. More traditional games can be found in the bottom half of the chart, where Star Wars Battlefront II, Crash Tag Team Racing, and Age of Empires III have all fallen a bit from the previous week. New to the chart is EA's Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone, timed to coincide with the movie's worldwide release as well as the holiday sales rush. Finally, Nintendogs noses its way back to the bottom of the chart with the Lab & Friends version peeking in at #10.
Official Australia Interactive Games Charts (c) GfK Group