|1||-||AFL Premiership 2005||Sony||PS2|
|2||1||The Sims 2: Nightlife||EA||PC/MAC|
|3||-||Nintendogs: Dachs & Friends||Nintendo||DS|
|4||-||Nintendogs: Lab & Friends||Nintendo||DS|
|5||-||Nintendo: Chihuahua & Friends||Nintendo||DS|
|8||-||The Sims 2||EA||PC/MAC|
|9||3||Need For Speed Underground Rivals||EA||PSP|
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Australia Sales Chart, Week Ending September 25
This week's Australian all-format chart is, once again, all change, with major holiday season games starting to stream in, and Nintendogs and further PSP launch ti...
This week's Australian all-format chart is, once again, all change, with major holiday season games starting to stream in, and Nintendogs and further PSP launch titles also inundating the market. However, debuting in the top spot this week is Sony Australia's AFL Premiership 2005 for PlayStation 2, which is the official game for the massively popular domestic sport of Australian Rules Football. It includes all official players and teams from the AFL, as well as EyeToy and Digimask technology to allow the player to put his or her own face into the game. Also appearing high in the charts, just below the still-popular Sims 2 expansion pack, are all three Nintendogs variants for the DS, and Electronic Arts continues an impressive showing in Australia by sneaking Burnout Legends and NFS Underground Rivals for PSP into the lower reaches of the charts, and equalling Nintendo's boast of having four games in the top ten this week.
Official Australia Interactive Games Charts (c) GfK Group