|1||NE||The Sims 2 University||EA|
|2||1||World of WarCraft||Vivendi|
|3||4||The Sims 2||EA|
|4||NE||Brothers in Arms: The Road to Hill 30||Ubisoft|
|6||5||The Sims Deluxe||EA|
|7||NE||Star Wars: Republic: Commando||LucasArts|
|8||NE||The Matrix Online||Sega|
|9||6||Halo: Combat Evolved||Microsoft|
|10||2||Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords||LucasArts|
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Latest U.S. PC Game Sales Charts, March
The U.S. PC sales chart has seen a notable amount of activity during March, with the first of The Sims 2 expansion packs entering straight in at number one. Blizza...
The U.S. PC sales chart has seen a notable amount of activity during March, with the first of The Sims 2 expansion packs entering straight in at number one. Blizzard and Vivendi are unlikely to be upset at World of WarCraft being knocked from the top spot, though, as the game’s only major problem continues to be keeping up with stock demand. Brothers in Arms and Republic Commando have also both performed well for games that were both designed primarily as console titles, and Bungie's Halo continues to sell reasonably at the lower end of the top ten. However, Sega and Warner Bros. will be relatively disappointed at the performance of The Matrix Online – although its low chart entry is in line with mixed reviews and player feedback.
The NPD Group