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UK charts: God of War II takes top spot

Tue 01 May 2007 9:51am GMT / 5:51am EDT / 2:51am PDT

Sony has scored its second No. 1 in the all-formats software chart with PlayStation 2 exclusive God of War II.

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Sony has scored its second No. 1 in the all-formats software chart with PlayStation 2 exclusive God of War II.

SingStar Pop Hits, another first-party PS2 game, also made its debut last week - entering the chart at No. 6 - and Buzz!: The Mega Quiz went in at No. 16.

At No. 2 it's newly released RPG Lord of the Rings: Online, while the PlayStation 3 version of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is in at No. 3 - despite the fact the game isn't being sold by leading high street retailer GAME. It's still the fastest-selling online only PC title apart from World of Warcraft, according to data providers Chart-Track.

Perennial favourite Wii Play drops one place to No. 4 while last week's No. 1, Pok√mon Ranger, is down in fifth place.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has also taken a tumble, falling from No. 2 to No. 7. Harvest Moon DS is down four places to No. 8, followed by Brain Training in ninth place. Virtua Tennis 3 is up two spots to round out the chart at No. 10.

New entries in this week's top 40 include Diddy Kong Racing DS at No. 13 and Rebellion's Free Running at No. 33. There are several re-entries, such as Sonic and the Secret Rings, Bad Boys II and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight princess.

The highest climber is Hotel Dusk: Room 215, which leaps from No. 22 into eleventh place. The week's biggest faller is Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time down, from No. 27 to No. 8.

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