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GameFly U.S. Game Chart Highlights: Week Ending May 15

This week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, representing the most requested games for the week ending May 15, highlights the popularity surroundi...
This week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, representing the most requested games for the week ending May 15, highlights the popularity surrounding video game titles that have been already released, as well as those that are yet to debut. The top titles on the all-platform chart for the week is mirrored by the Xbox 360 chart. Across both charts, the overall most requested game for the week was Agent 47's continuing adventures in Hitman: Blood Money, currently scheduled to ship on May 30 for the Xbox, Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, and PC. Marvel's popular mutant superhero team comprise the second most-requested game with X-Men: The Official Game, which ships today for multiple console and handheld platforms, as well as the PC. In addition, Rockstar's step away from guns and violence to the competition of Table Tennis for the Xbox 360 ranked as the third most requested game for the week on both charts, in anticipation for its May 22 release. Eidos' dominance continued on the Xbox chart, as both Hitman: Blood Money and Tomb Raider: Legend took the number one and two spots respectively. Activision's X-Men: The Official Game, which serves as a prequel to the upcoming movie sequel, ranked as the third most requested Xbox title, followed by Aspyr's adventure title Dreamfall: The Longest Journey. On the PlayStation 2, Hitman: Blood Money again took top honors, followed again by X-Men: The Official Game. Square Enix's popular action RPG Kingdom Hearts II fell to the number three spot. Interestingly, Namco's Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War took a nosedive from being the most requested game previously to the number six position for the week. The video game adaptation of the CG animated feature film Over the Hedge ranked as the most requested GameCube title for the week. Midway's army of monsters smashed buildings and the competition as Rampage: Total Destruction took the number two spot for the console, followed by Nintendo and Next-Level Games' action soccer title set in the Mushroom Kingdom, Super Mario Strikers. Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories continued to be a popular request for the Game Boy Advance, as it ranked as the most popular request for the portable for the week, while D3P's action adventure title Naruto: Ninja Council took the second spot. The popularity of the Over the Hedge movie proved to carry over to the portable console as well, as the game ranked as the third most popular request. Nintendo's recently shipped New Super Mario Bros. was the most popular DS request for the week, followed by Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! and Samus' portable 3D adventure in Metroid Prime: Hunters. For Sony's PSP, Sony's Daxter adventured to the top spot, followed by Sony Online Entertainment's upcoming strategy title Field Commander as players continue to wait for its May 22 release. Gabe Logan's latest adventure in Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror ranked as the third most popular PSP request for the week.

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