|2||1||Gran Turismo 4||Sony||PS2||3|
|3||3||Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30||Ubisoft||PS2/Xb/PC||2|
|4||NE||TimeSplitters: Future Perfect||EA||PS2/Xb/GC||1|
|5||NE||Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening||Capcom||PS2||1|
|7||4||Championship Manager 5||Eidos||PC||2|
|8||6||Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater||Konami||PS2||4|
|9||8||Super Mario 64 DS||Nintendo||DS||3|
|10||7||The Sims 2 University||EA||PC||3|
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UK Sales Chart, Week Ending March 26th
Despite ambivalent reviews from the British press, EA’s FIFA Street has increased its market share once again, following its rise from number three to two last wee...
Despite ambivalent reviews from the British press, EA’s FIFA Street has increased its market share once again, following its rise from number three to two last week, to become the number one selling game in the UK. In a busy week for UK retailers, due to the Easter end of school term break, Ubisoft’s Brothers In Arms has done well to stay at number three, ahead of the week’s other two big new releases, TimeSplitters 3 and Devil May Cry 3. As for last week’s other new entries, football management simulator Championship Manager 5 has fared less well, with a drop of three places, while Resident Evil 4 has fallen all the way to number nineteen – a victim of the UK’s small GameCube user base. As the Easter break continues, this coming week should also be busy, with the release of the likes of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, Rainbow Six: Lockdown and Viewtiful Joe 2. After that, though, further releases begin to become more scarce, heralding perhaps the onset of the traditional summer games drought.
Official UK Leisure Software Charts (c) ELSPA compiled by Chart-Track