Celebrating it’s third week in the number one spot it now seems increasingly likely that soccer simulation FIFA 2004
will remain the number one title throughout the Christmas period – especially after this week seeing its more critically acclaimed rival PES3
drop a number of places down the chart.
The latest WWE game makes a fairly predictable high entry this week but Activision will be extremely happy about the performance of True Crime: Streets of LA
, which has charted well despite mixed reviews.
They will be less pleased though with Call of Duty
which despite plaudits from press and consumers alike has only managed to enter the chart at number nine, indicating how relatively weak the UK PC market it is compared to elsewhere in the world.
|TW ||LW ||Title ||Publisher ||Formats ||Weeks |
|1 ||1 ||FIFA Football 2004 ||EA ||All ||3 |
|2 ||NE ||WWE SmackDown! Here Comes The Pain ||THQ ||PS2 ||1 |
|3 ||NE ||True Crime: Streets of LA ||Activision ||PS2/Xb ||1 |
|4 ||8 ||The Simpsons: Hit & Run ||Vivendi ||PS2/Xb/GC ||2 |
|5 ||3 ||SSX 3 ||EA ||PS2/Xb/GC ||2 |
|6 ||4 ||Finding Nemo ||THQ ||All ||6 |
|7 ||2 ||Pro Evolution Soccer 3 ||Konami ||PS2 ||4 |
|8 ||6 ||The Sims: Makin' Magic ||EA ||PC ||2 |
|9 ||NE ||Call of Duty ||Activision ||PC ||1 |
|10 ||5 ||Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 ||EA ||PS2/Xb/GC/PC ||7 |
The Official UK weekly leisure software charts (C)2003 ELSPA Ltd
, compiled by ChartTrack