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The Last Of Us holds on at #1

The Last Of Us holds on at #1

Mon 24 Jun 2013 9:32am GMT / 5:32am EDT / 2:32am PDT
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UK software chart still infected with Naughty Dog fever

There's only one new entry on the UK software chart top twenty this week, but at 15 PQube's MotoGP 13 is in no danger of dislodging The Last Of Us from number 1.

Animal Crossing: New Leaf also holds onto its position from last week, giving it its second week at 2. Just behind it at 5 is surprise re-entry Max Payne 3, which enjoys a second shot at the top ten thanks to a new 10 price tag on both consoles.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops II also saw a 55 per cent rise in sales thanks to price promotions, allowing it to commando crawl its way back to 6 from last week's 14.

UKIE Games Charts courtesy of GfK Chart-Track

Last Week This Week Title
1 1 The Last Of Us
2 2 Animal Crossing: New Leaf
5 3 FIFA 13
4 4 Tomb Raider
Re-entry 5 Max Payne 3
14 6 Call Of Duty: Black Ops II
7 7 Far Cry 3
6 8 Injustice: Gods Among Us
10 9 Assassin's Creed III
3 10 Grid 2
9 11 Luigi's Mansion 2
13 12 LEGO Batman 2: DC Superheroes
8 13 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim legendary Edition
11 14 Dead Island: Riptide
New entry 15 MotoGP 13
18 16 Grand Theft Auto IV
15 17 Donkey Kong Country Returns
Re-entry 18 Need For Speed Most Wanted
16 19 BioShock Infinite
19 20 LEGO Lord Of The Rings

4 Comments

Thomas Dolby Project Manager / Lead Programmer, Ai Solve

340 292 0.9
Glad to see Max Payne 3 back in the charts, it's such a spectacular polished experience and although it was successful, for its scale it seemed to kind of slip under the radar a little bit.

Posted:A year ago

#1

Bruce Everiss Marketing Consultant

1,692 594 0.4
It is amazing how long titles hang around in the charts these days. It must be the very small number of new releases that's responsible.

Posted:A year ago

#2

Alfonso Sexto Lead Tester, Ubisoft Germany

822 654 0.8
...Or maybe because It's a good game that people is liking a lot and worth playing.

But I guess you are not interested if it's not a mobile game, right? Call me when we see something like this in a Smartphone or tablet.

Posted:A year ago

#3

Jonathan McEnroe Freelance 2D artist

47 20 0.4
It must be the very small number of new releases that's responsible
Errr....no.....it's because The Last of Us is a fantastic game, Bruce. Look it up on Metacritic!

Posted:A year ago

#4

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