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Australian Sales Chart, Week Ending August 7

Pokémon Emerald reigns over the Australian video game sales charts for another week, but the chart is more interesting for what's not there as for what is: both ve...
Pokémon Emerald reigns over the Australian video game sales charts for another week, but the chart is more interesting for what's not there as for what is: both versions of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas have entirely disappeared following the game's banning in that territory. The slots freed up by the vacancy were filled by military shooters both realistic (Medal of Honor: European Assault) and not (Star Wars: Battlefront). Both versions of EA's Cricket 2005 are heating up, following the intensification of the real-life matchup going on between Australia and England for the Ashes.
TWLWTitlePublisherFormats
11Pokémon EmeraldNintendoGBA
24Cricket 2005EA SportsPS2
36Tekken 5NamcoPS2
43SingStar Pop BundleSony Computer Entertainment EuropePS2
5-Star Wars BattlefrontLucasArtsPS2
69Cricket 2005EA SportsXbox
78Battlefield 2EAPC/Mac
8-World of WarcraftBlizzardPC/Mac
9 5JuicedTHQPS2
10-Medal of Honor: European AssaultElectronic ArtsPS2
Official Australia Interactive Games Charts (c) GfK Group

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