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L.A. Noire remains at UK number one

Crime-drama keeps top spot as Hunted debuts in fourteenth

Take-Two's detective thriller L.A. Noire has retained the number one spot in the UK software chart in a week which saw the biggest new release, Bethesda's Hunted, only manage fourteenth. It's the game's third week in first place.

Hunted was the only well-publicised boxed release, with PC-only expansion back The Sims 3: Generations beating the RPG by four places with a tenth placed debut.

LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean has swapped places with Codemasters' DiRT 3 as it climbs back to second, with Zumba Fitness, Brink and Wii Sports Resort maintaining fourth, fifth and sixth respectively.

Positions in the chart are unlikely to remain as stable next week, when Infamous 2 and Red Faction: Armageddon hit stores, as well as the notorious Duke Nukem Forever.

Last WeekThis WeekTitle
a1L.A. Noire
32LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
23DiRT 3
44Zumba Fitness
55Brink
66Wii Sports Resort
87Call of Duty: Black Ops
78FIFA 11
129Portal 2
New Entry10The Sims 3: Generations
1011Mario Kart Wii
1712Art Academy
1313LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
1414Hunter: The Demon's Forge
1115Just Dance II
1816Red Dead Redemption
917Crysis 2
1618Wii Fit Plus
Re-Entry19Wii Party
1420Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters

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