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UK charts: Battlestations flying high

Eidos is at number one in the all-formats chart this week with Battlestations: Midway, which beat Little Britain: The Video Game to the top spot by just 1000 units.

Eidos is at number one in the all-formats chart this week with Battlestations: Midway, which beat Little Britain: The Video Game to the top spot by just 1000 units.

Mastertronic's TV tie-in takes second place, meaning that there are two UK publishers riding high at the top of the charts - a rare occurrence, according to data providers Chart-Track.

FIFA '07 is a non-mover at No. 3, but Pro Evo 6 drops two places to No. 4. There's another small margin here, with just 50 units of difference between Little Britain and PES.

At five it's the Sega Mega Drive Collection, while last week's chart topper, Lost Planet, is down at No. 6.

EA takes seventh and eighth place with Need for Speed: Carbon and The Sims 2: Pets. Rounding out the chart are perennial favourites New Super Mario Bros. at No. 9 and THQ's Cars at No. 10.

New entries this week include Avatar: The Legend of Aang and Capcom's PS2 offering Okami. Two Nintendogs titles make a return to the top 40, along with Tiger Woods '07 and The Simpsons: Hit and Run.

There are some big movers in the chart - The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is down 13 places to No. 26, while Wii Play is just behind, falling from No. 7 to No. 27. Ubisoft movie tie-in Rocky Balboa and THQ's Zoo Tycoon DS fall ten places each to hit No. 37 and No. 38.

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