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Euro Charts: God of War and Spider-Man dominate top ten

Sony's God of War II and Activision's Spider-Man 3 are some of the strongest titles in Europe for May, taking key positions in the Spanish, Italian and German charts.

Sony's God of War II and Activision's Spider-Man 3 are some of the strongest titles in Europe for May, taking key positions in the Spanish, Italian and German charts.

God of War II is number one in Spain and number two in Italy, while the multi-format Spider-Man 3 holds the number one, five and ten positions in Italy.

Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 6 is also enjoying resurgent sales on PSP and PS2 due to a budget price point.

Sony's SingStar Pop Hits has taken the number one spot in Germany, knocking last week's best seller Two Worlds down to number four, with Blizzard's World of Warcraft and the Burning Crusade expansion pack also riding high in the charts.

The top ten best-selling games for Spain, Italy and Germany follow:

Spain, week ended May 20

1. God of War II

2. Pro Evolution Soccer 6 Platinum (PS2)

3. Pro Evolution Soccer 6 (PS2)

4. Spider-Man 3

5. Pokemon Ranger

6. Dr Kawashima's Brain Training

7. Pro Evolution Soccer 6 Platinum (PSP)

8. Wii Play

9. English Training

10. Animal Crossing: Wild World

Italy, week ended May 20

1. Spider-Man 3 (PS2)

2. God of War II

3. SBK 07 Superbike World Championship

4. Pokemon Ranger

5. Spider-Man 3 (Xbox 360)

6. Pro Evolution Soccer 6

7. Animal Crossing: Wild World

8. Dr Kawashima's Brain Training

9. Dragon Ball Z Budokai: Tenkaichi 2

10. Spider-Man 3 (PS3)

Germany, week ended May 13

1. SingStar Pop Hits

2. Harvest Moon

3. Dr Kawashima's Brain Training

4. Two Worlds

5. Spider-Man 3

6. Diddy Kong Racing

7. Pro Evolution Soccer 6 Platinum

8. World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade

9. World of Warcraft

10. Pokemon Ranger

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