Duke Nukem Forever, the FPS which began development fifteen years ago and seemed to have stalled irrevocably several times during development, has debuted at number one in the UK charts despite a Metacritic rating of just 50 per cent on Xbox 360 - its leading platform by sales.
The game sold 56 per cent of its copies for the 360, six per cent of which were the £64.99 special edition version. It pushes L.A. Noire, also from publisher Take-Two down into second place for the first time since its release. Sales of L.A. Noire dropped by 54 per cent from last week.
505 Games' multi-platform workout game, Zumba Fitness, climbs a place to third, putting PS3 exclusive Infamous 2 in fourth place on its debut week. LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean drops to fifth place from second, with DiRT 3 slipping to sixth from third.
THQ's Red Faction Armageddon debuts at eighth, with seventy per cent of sales on Microsoft's console.
|This Week||Last Week||Title|
|1||New Entry||Duke Nukem Forever|
|4||New Entry||Infamous 2|
|5||2||LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean|
|8||New Entry||Red Faction Armageddon|
|9||7||Call of Duty: Black Ops|
|12||6||Wii Sports Resort|
|13||13||Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars|
|15||10||The Sims 3: Generations|
|16||14||Hunted: The Demon's Forge|
|17||15||Just Dance 2|
|20||18||Wii Fit 2|