Nintendo’s domination of the UK top ten has begun to exceed even Japan this week, with only two titles on formats other than the Wii or Nintendo DS. The charts are lead again by Sega co-production Sonic & Mario at the Olympic Games
, with the Wii version coming back into stock and re-entering the charts at number one.
The Wii version of the game has twice now completely run out of stock in the UK, the first incident robbing the title of the Christmas number one spot. Total sales of the two versions, of which the Wii version accounted for 58 percent this week, also placed the title at the top of the combined formats chart. The game outsold combined sales of Call Of Duty 4
, at number two, by a ratio of almost four to one.
In the individual formats chart, the only non-Nintendo format titles are Devil May Cry 4
on Xbox 360 at number eight and new entry Unreal Tournament III
for PlayStation 3 at number six.
After a surprisingly slow start, sales of Cooking Mama 2
on Nintendo DS increased by 89 percent this week, with a move of nineteen places to number seven. There are also a total of three Touch! Generations in the top ten, with the two Brain Training
(aka Brain Age
) games joined by Sight Training
(aka Flash Focus
) at number ten and by Maths Training
at number eleven.
The highest new entry outside of the top ten is the Xbox 360 version of FIFA Street 3
at number twenty, with the PlayStation 3 version at number twenty-seven. A week after its initial release Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings
enters the top forty for the first time at number thirty-eight.
|1||RE||Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games||Sega||Wii|
|2||1||Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games||Sega||DS|
|3||4||Dr Kawashima's Brain Training||Nintendo||DS|
|6||NE||Unreal Tournament III||Midway||PS3|
|7||26||Cooking Mama 2||505 Games||DS|
|8||2||Devil May Cry 4||Capcom||360|
|9||8||More Brain Training from Dr Kawashima||Nintendo||DS|
Leisure software charts compiled by Chart Track, (C)2008. ELSPA