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Euro Charts: God of War II conquers top ten

Sony's PlayStation 2 sequel God of War II has taken the top two spots in the Spanish all-formats charts, while also recording strong sales in Italy.

Sony's PlayStation 2 sequel God of War II has taken the top two spots in the Spanish all-formats charts, while also recording strong sales in Italy.

Both the standard edition and the Special Edition of the game are performing well, proving there's still plenty of life in Sony's current-gen home console.

Other successes in the Spanish market include Activision's Spider-Man 3 and the budget and platinum release of Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 6.

The Italian charts show a lot of similarity to Spain, but also a new entry for Black Bean Games' SBK 07: Superbike World Championship.

Over in Germany, Reality Pump's RPG title Two Worlds has taken the number one spot, ahead of SingStar Pop Hits and Harvest Moon for the DS.

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

Spain, week ended May 13

1. God of War II

2. God of War II Special Edition

3. Pokemon Ranger

4. Spider-Man 3

5. Dr Kawashima's Brain Training

6. English Training: Have Fun Improving Your Skills

7. Wii Play

8. Pro Evolution Soccer 6

9. Pro Evolution Soccer 6 Platinum

10. Animal Crossing: Wild World

Italy, week ended May 13

1. Spider-Man 3 (PS2)

2. God of War II

3. Pokemon Ranger

4. God of War II Special Edition

5. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2

6. Dr Kawashima's Brain Training

7. SBK 07: Superbike World Championship

8. Spider-Man 3 (Xbox 360)

9. Spider-Man 3 (PS3)

10. Pro Evolution Soccer 6

Germany, week ended May 6

1. Two Worlds

2. SingStar Pop Hits

3. Harvest Moon

4. Dr Kawashima's Brain Training

5. Spider-Man 3

6. Final Fantasy 3

7. Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars

8. Diddy Kong Racing

9. The Lord of the Rings Online: The Shadows of Angmar

10. Pokemon Ranger

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