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Brain Training spends record-breaking 80 weeks in UK top ten

Top five sellers in region remain the same as last week

Nintendo's Dr Kawashima's Brain Training has now spent a record-breaking 80 weeks in the UK all formats top ten, beating the previous 79 week record set by Eidos' Tomb Raider.

According to data from GfK Chart-Track, the top five games in the UK all stay in the same position as last week, as Mario Kart Wii sits at number one with a sales growth of 12 per cent.

Wii Fit is at two, also benefiting from an increase in sales of 12 per cent, followed by Sega's Beijing 2008 at three, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games at four and Wii Play at five.

Take-Two's Carnival: Funfair Games is at six this week thanks to the release of the DS version, with THQs Big Beach Sports at seven.

The record-breaking Dr Kawashima's Brain Training is at eight, Wall-E at nine and Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock at ten.

There are no new releases in the top 40 this week.

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Matt Martin: Matt Martin joined GamesIndustry in 2006 and was made editor of the site in 2008. With over ten years experience in journalism, he has written for multiple trade, consumer, contract and business-to-business publications in the games, retail and technology sectors.
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