|1||4||Nintendogs: Lab and Friends||Nintendo||DS|
|2||3||The Sims 2: Nightlife||EA||PC/MAC|
|3||1||AFL Premiership 2005||Sony||PS2|
|4||2||Nintendogs: Dachshund and Friends||Nintendo||DS|
|5||6||Ricky Ponting Cricket 2005||Codemasters||PS2|
|6||7||Nintendogs: Chihuahua and Friends||Nintendo||DS|
|9||-||NBA Live 2006||EA||PS2|
|10||-||Gran Turismo 4||Sony||PS2|
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Australia Sales Chart, Week Ending October 16
The Australian charts are in for another week of portable games, sports titles, and Sims. Yes, we're still protesting by using the same introduction for another w...
The Australian charts are in for another week of portable games, sports titles, and Sims. Yes, we're still protesting by using the same introduction for another week; though there is a hint of change at the bottom of the chart, it's still more of the same. Nintendogs has seen a resurgence of interest as Lab & Friends jumps back into the lap of #1, with Chihuahua & Friends making gains further down the list. Only Dachshund & Friends slips this week from 2 to 4 -- have the dachshunds achieved market saturation? In non-Nintendogs movement, NBA Live 2006 and Gran Turismo 4 peek in at #9 and #10 respectively. The rest is a series of incremental movements for standbys like Ricky Ponting Cricket, AFL Premiership 2005, and FIFA 2006, showing that whatever else you can say for them, Australian gamers know what they like.
Official Australia Interactive Games Charts (c) GfK Group