It's five weeks at the top of the UK charts and counting for Take-Two's Grand Theft Auto IV, despite a 22 per cent decline in sales, according to data released by Chart-Track.
Codemasters Race Driver: GRID, the latest in the TOCA series, made its debut at number two on the all-formats chart.
Of the three games which debuted last week - Age of Conan (#2), Haze (#3) and Rock Band (#6) - only Haze remains in the Top Ten. Rock Band fell to the twelfth spot, while Age of Conan dropped to number sixteen with sales down 69 per cent.
Wii Fit, which had been in second place before dropping out of the Top Forty due to supply constraints, once again failed to make the all-formats chart and also dropped out of the Wii Top Forty chart.
The Top Ten best-selling titles in the UK for the week ending May 31 were:
- 1. Grand Theft Auto IV
- 2. Race Driver: GRID
- 3. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
- 4. Wii Play
- 5. Pro Evolution Soccer 2008
- 6. Haze
- 7. Sega Superstars Tennis
- 8. FIFA 08
- 9. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
- 10. Mario Kart Wii