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Super Smash Bros Brawl takes top spot in Europe

Nintendo's fighting game secures the number one spot in the Spanish and German charts

Super Smash Bros Brawl has debuted at the top spot in both the Spanish and German software charts for the week ended June 22, according to figures from Media-Control GfK International.

The Spanish charts saw Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots for the PlayStation 3 drop to second place, followed by Wii Play in third place.

Cooking Guide: Can't Decide What to Eat? for the DS came in at number four, while Top Spin 3 for the PS3 and Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core for the PlayStation Portable took sixth and seventh place, respectively.

Battlefield Bad Company for the PS3 broke into the German chart at third place, with Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots for the PS3 dropping to fifth place and Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core for the PSP coming in at number seven.

The Spanish chart follows:

  • 1. Super Smash Bros Brawl (Wii)
  • 2. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (PS3)
  • 3. Wii Play (Wii)
  • 4. Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What to Eat? (DS)
  • 5. Grand Theft Auto IV (PS3)
  • 6. Top Spin 3 (PS3)
  • 7. Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core (PSP)
  • 8. Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (PS3)
  • 9. Dr Kawashima's Brain Training (DS)
  • 10. The Sims 2 deluxe (PC)

The German chart follows:

  • 1. Super Smash Bros Brawl (Wii)
  • 2. Mario Kart Wii (Wii)
  • 3. Battlefield Bad Company (PS3)
  • 4. The Sims 2: Ikea Home Stuff (PC)
  • 5. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (PS3)
  • 6. Wii Play (Wii)
  • 7. Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core (PSP)
  • 8. Wii Fit (Wii)
  • 9. Dr Kawashima's Brain Training (DS)
  • 10. Mario Kart DS (DS)

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